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Pensacola, Florida
March 3, 2016 11:39am CST
I am currently reading the book titled "A Sisters Place", I can't remember who wrote it, but I just started reading it this morning. I'm on chapter two, and the story is really just getting started. The book opened up by a letter that was written to two sisters by their grandmother. The letter was not to be read until the grandmother died. I have just started the part after the letter where the sisters are finding out about the legacy , other letters and stuff that the grandmother left for her granddaughters.
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@LeaPea2417 (19115)
• Toccoa, Georgia
3 Mar 16
That sounds like an interesting story plot.
• Pensacola, Florida
3 Mar 16
It's good so far. They are currently going through the reading of the will.
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@LeaPea2417 (19115)
• Toccoa, Georgia
3 Mar 16
@lexiconlover I will look that up on amazon.
• Pensacola, Florida
3 Mar 16
@LeaPea2417 If you end up reading it, let me know what you think.
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@DWDavis (10774)
• Pikeville, North Carolina
4 Mar 16
Is it a mystical or fantasy type story, or more of a family legacy tale?
• Pensacola, Florida
4 Mar 16
@dwdavis, more of a, legacy tale.
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@DWDavis (10774)
• Pikeville, North Carolina
4 Mar 16
@lexiconlover Ah, now that sounds intriguing.
• Pensacola, Florida
4 Mar 16
@DWDavis I'm reading kind of slow because I keep getting distracted but I'm on chapter three and it's quite good. Maybe a little predictable but good.
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@Ronrybs (7302)
• London, England
3 Mar 16
Don't think that is one I shall read. I am reading a history of Battle of the Bulge written by an ex-US Army officer.
• Pensacola, Florida
3 Mar 16
@ronrybs What is it called? I'll look it up. I read just about anything.
@Ronrybs (7302)
• London, England
3 Mar 16
@lexiconlover Hitler's Last Gamble. TN Dupuy. I have a couple of his books. He did historical research in the army.
• Pensacola, Florida
3 Mar 16
@Ronrybs ill have to check it out and see if it's something ill read
@Telynor (1201)
• United States
3 Mar 16
I haven't read that one. Today's reading choice was "The Marching Morons" by Kornbluth -- written back in the 1960's, but very prescient today.
• Pensacola, Florida
3 Mar 16
Haven't read that
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@Telynor (1201)
• United States
4 Mar 16
@lexiconlover it's not very long, just 34 pages on my Nook.
@dodo19 (31968)
• Beaconsfield, Quebec
3 Mar 16
It does sound interesting. I may just have to look for it, and see if I can't get my hands on a copy.
• Pensacola, Florida
3 Mar 16
I got it on kindle for like $2.99 I think
@divalounger (2252)
• United States
3 Mar 16
You sound like an avid reader! So am I--not heard of this book--but it sounds interesting
• Pensacola, Florida
3 Mar 16
I had never heard of it either until I saw it on amazon
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@ramapo17 (22523)
• Melbourne, Florida
4 Mar 16
That sounds very interesting and something that could be in any family.