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September Books

I read 8 books in September:

1) Open-An Autobiography by Andre Agassi
2) 1022 Evergreen Place by Debbie Macomber
3) From my Perspective  by Joseph S. Bonsall
4) Stay by Alison Leigh
5) Orchard Valley Grooms by Debbie Macomber
6) Am Amish Christmas by Cynthia Keller
7) Tough Customer by Sandra Brown
8) Dream Mender by Sherryl Woods

The Andre Agassi book was an eye-opener. The poor guy was abused by his father and hated tennis. After a fairly loveless marriage to Brooke Shields he's now married to Steffi Graf, and after retiring from tennis, is a happier person.

Debbie Macomber's books are always good.

Joe Bonsall is a member of the Oak Ridge Boys, and his book was enlightening, but sometimes hard to read. It bounced back and forth a bit too much, but was still enjoyable for the most part.

Cynthia Keller's book, An Amish Christmas, was a free book received from Library Thing so I could review it. I really enjoyed it. Once the kids got away from their phones, computers, Ipods, etc. they realized what real life is all about!


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