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    Have written a list with all of the suggestions and am planning to work through. But I started reading a book that's been on my shelf a few years... Infidel by Ayaan Hirsi Ali and I am loving it. A real insight into culture in Kenya, Somalia and Saudi Arabia. Has anyone else read it? I would definitely recommend it

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    Try parenting with crappy illustrations, hilarious!


    Age 20, engaged, mummy to 3yo DS and TTC his sibling! Living life backwards

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    Thanks to everyone who recommended the kite runner... Read it and loved it

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    I just finished reading The 100 Year Old Man Who Jumped Out The Window And Ran Away.

    It was a light, very entertaining book.

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    The Silo series but Hugh Howey is very good.

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    I also just finished 100 Year Old Man... and thought it was great.

    The Game of Thrones books are excellent too - very hard to put down - but maybe more of a reading commitment than you're looking for. They're all the size of bricks.

    An oldie but a goodie is The Red Tent by Anita Diamant, and also 1000 Splendid Suns (same author at The Kite Runner).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eco Goddess View Post
    Have written a list with all of the suggestions and am planning to work through. But I started reading a book that's been on my shelf a few years... Infidel by Ayaan Hirsi Ali and I am loving it. A real insight into culture in Kenya, Somalia and Saudi Arabia. Has anyone else read it? I would definitely recommend it
    I read Infidel a few years ago and loved it too. I have been meaning to read it again. A book I also really enjoyed was The Poisonwood Bible by Barbara Kingsolver.


 

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