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An interesting look at what it means to be black both in the world and in the U.S.
4.5 Beautifully written and engrossing
3.54 a good fast read.
This historical mystery introduces one of the most interesting female characters that we've met in a while.
Constance Kopp was a real person and one of the earliest female sheriffs in the country. This first novel left us eager for a promised sequel due out in September. We gave it a 3.85 rating.
A true account of the rowing crew from the University of Washington which won the gold medal at the 1936 Olympic games in Germany. You get to know the eight members of the crew, the coxswain and their coaches as well as what is going on in Germany at the time. Interesting and inspiring.
The eight ladies who attended our meeting last night felt that the book felt to create a convincing background or fully realized characters. We rated it 2.6 out of a possible 5.
Everyone in our Book Club loved this book and the most interesting part is that each of us had a different reason for doing so. Out only real disagreement was whether to give it a 4.5 or a 5 (our highest) rating. It wound up with a 4.75.
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