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By: Stefanie

Thu, 08 Mar 2007 14:14:51 +0000

Litlove, Sharratt is a local author published by a local independent press. I don't imagine she has gotten much international attention though she has received some national and regional praise. That's one of the things I like about blogs and blogging, be able to learn about authors you would never have heard of otherwise :)

By: litlove

Thu, 08 Mar 2007 08:38:11 +0000

I've never heard of either the book or the author, but it sounds extremely intriguing, Stefanie! Oh dear - looks like another addition to the list!

By: Stefanie

Thu, 08 Mar 2007 01:06:26 +0000

Dorothy, I found the particularly interesting on the immigrant experience after the war gets going in the story. Kathrin even changes her last name and she an others work hard at "being American." Thanks Heather. The redeeming thing about the annoying character trait it that it does have a purpose in the story. Iliana, I think you might enjoy this one. LK, you are wicked! :) I told my husband about the book and stressed that it had Emerson in it which, being the smart Bookman that he is, immediately prompted him to say, "You have to have this book!" Of course I agreed. And I believe it might be making its way to me as a present very soon.

By: LK

Wed, 07 Mar 2007 23:12:49 +0000

It does sound interesting. Stefanie, by the way, I started (so evil) American Bloomsbury. Has some very interesting references to your good friend, Emerson. If you get a chance, you might want to check it out.

By: iliana

Wed, 07 Mar 2007 20:43:06 +0000

I think I'd probably enjoy it too as I like historical novels. I'll go ahead and add it to the ever-growing list :)