PensiveCat gets back to her ROOTs
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Welcome, Catherine - look forward to seeing what you'll be reading. Good luck with your goal!
2. Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society
Actually a re-read, but I wanted to have it clear in my head when the film adaptation comes out.
>18 PensiveCat:, I am very much looking forward to the film adaptation of that one (but probably won't reread the book beforehand as I find I get a bit cranky if the book - which is almost always better - is TOO fresh in my head...).
>18 PensiveCat: I would love to see that movie. I'm must ask my brother to keep an eye out for it.
4. The Caliph's House: A Year in Casablanca by Tahir Shah
Man from Britain moves family to a real fixer-upper in Casablanca. He endures a year of renovations, and has inevitable culture clashes. The story was okay, but I don't know how he seems like a glutton for punishment. Also, I don't know if there's a real understanding of the people of Morocco based on his experiences.
6. Kensington Gardens by Rodrigo Fresan
A gloomy, trippy book centered around JM Barrie and the Swinging Sixties. I've had this book over a decade, but its story didn't grow old....I'll show myself out.
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