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smkirk23 has commented on (3) products.

Memoirs of a Geisha by Arthur Golden
Memoirs of a Geisha

smkirk23, February 15, 2007

This author makes us believe this book is a biography. It is so well written that you will forget that it is written by a man and not a former geisha. It is a wonderful representation of a time when the beautiful creatures called geisha ruled and were ruled. It is art on paper and it makes you imagine that you were there and that you can feel and see everything the main character does. Please don't let your opinion of the movie sway your judgment. Always remember that the book is way better than the movie and give this one a try. You won't be disappointed.
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In the Garden Trilogy #3: Red Lily by Nora Roberts
In the Garden Trilogy #3: Red Lily

smkirk23, February 15, 2007

This book is Nora Robert personafied. I loved it! It is everything you have come to expect and love from Nora Roberts. It is love, it is mysticism, it is hope for the future. This trilogy could not have ended better than this!
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Murder List by Julie Garwood
Murder List

smkirk23, February 15, 2007

I have every book Ms Garwood has ever written and I have to say that I have been waiting for this one. It was a little jumpy and you knew from the beginning what turn the relationship was going to take, but I have to say I never knew who the antagonist was until the very end. It was a well written mystery with a love story that was always right there just waiting to be told. If you have read the Buchanan family saga, as I like to call it, then you won't want to miss this one. Plus they finally wrote a book about a character whose family ties into the historical novels and I love that. I think maybe the Buchanan also come from the historical novels as well and would have loved to hear more about the history that the professor was working on, but maybe that will come up next time. Crossing my fingers that the next book draws some conclusions.
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