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MONROE LENDING LIBRARY BOOK REVIEW
Friday, March 24, 2006 3:13:11 PM - Monroe Ohio

MONROE LENDING LIBRARY

 

BOOK REVIEW

 

SAVANNAH by John Jakes 

 

This is another great historical novel by the author of 16 consecutive New York Times bestsellers.  The setting and time is 1864, Savannah and tells a story of battlefield danger, wartime romance, and courage.  There is a rich cast of characters: rascals, rebels, real shoulders and a valiant former slave.  The reader cannot forget 12 year old Hattie.

 

SADDAMíS SECRETS by Georges Sada

 

Sada is an Iraqi General under Saddam who happens to be a Christian.  He describes Saddam as an uneducated thug and the most tyrannical leader since Adolph Hitler.  Saddam along with his sons used the resources and wealth of Iraq as their own personal bank account.  The disturbing truth about Saddamís plots to destroy Israel, hide weapons of mass destruction and overtake the Arab world are revealed,

 

FRENCH WOMEN DONíT GET FAT by Mireille Guiliano

 

Another best seller.  This is not a diet book but a book that changes the way you think and live and gives you a few tricks to fool yourself into contentment by emphasizing freshness, variety, balance and ALWAYS pleasure in your meals.  Anyone can learn to eat, drink and move like a French woman.

 

 

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