- Chester County, PA, USA
- member since February 9, 2007
Hello carlags! I saw your post to another member who has downloaded the Kindle edition of my book: "GOD INSIDE THE FIRE: An Amazing True Story" on Amazon, and I wanted to offer it for your consideration. The story is unlike any you've ever read—I promise! It's a supernatural thriller told from the LIGHT side of the eternal realm, not the dark side, and the best news of all—the story is TRUE! May you be blessed by this impossible narrative and the wonderful confirmation of the power of God to answer ANY prayer, no matter the circumstance.
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Hi Carla, my name is georgia. I see that you are the other person who read "A time remembered". I read it because I am a companian to Elsie Coe Carley (whose mother was Justine's youngest sister). Mrs. Carley asked me to read it. I thought it was very sweet, but I must confess I didn't finish it. Mrs. Carley just turned 93. Two weeks ago, we went on a sightseeing tour in Waterbury, CT. It took two passes through the streets for Mrs. Carley to recognize her grandparents home. It is a very large home. It has been maintained and split into three duplex condos. The rest of the area has not been maintained but in a blink of an eye it could look great again. iIt's interesting to take someone back to their roots and listen to their history with them.
Well, have a good day.
I saw your list on the 1001 books to read before death and we like the same kinds of literature. I love Jane Eyre, I teach that book with my honors class and I want to read The House of Seven Gables I think I like the romantic/ gothic literature best. Have you ever read The Great Gatsby? What was your feeling about that? I am thinking of teaching it next year with my juniors.
We're reading The House of Spirits in book club this month. You gave it four stars. Do you remember what you liked about it? I've only just begun. Lost Illusions was wonderfully written - not romantic or fussy - which it could have been considering the topic. One of its strengths is character interaction, description and development. The people are alive!