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    Posted by Cathy, 4 years ago

    61. Pride and Prejudice and Zombies -by Seth Grahame-Smith
    Though it probably wouldn’t sit well with staunch Austen fans, I enjoyed this remix on the classic. An original idea - that has since been way overdone.

    62. Karlology -by Karl Pilkington
    Karl (of Ricky Gervais Show fame) attempts to improve his education by visiting various “smart” places and recounts his experiences with his trademark humour.

    63. Exit Lines -by Joan Barfoot
    Set in a retirement home, this is the story of four seniors who come together with a mission in mind. Barfoot is a Canadian author and the writing is excellent.

    64. Missing -by Lindsay Harrison
    Memoir by a college student about how she coped with her mother’s disappearance. Honest and well written.

    65. Seven Up -by Janet Evanovich
    Stephanie Plum and company deliver suspense and laughs once again.

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  • Kay

    4 years ago

    Cathy, thank you for noting Joan Barfoot's title 'Exit Lines'. I have read other titles by Barfootand found them thought provoking pieces especially 'Critical Injuries'. "Exit Lines" is now one of my TBR.

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