The End of the Alphabet by CS Richardson

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I don’t know that I could ever say it better than The Calgary Herald did: “Nothing less than gorgeous … Evocative and unforgettable, it manages to arouse both a longing for travel and a longing for home … It is beautiful. Both inside and out.”

No. 16 on my challenge, in the sense that I went searching on a cousin’s bookshelves to find something to fulfill this entry and found this incredible little book.

Frog Music by Emma Donoghue

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Well, Oprah certainly enjoyed it more than I did, but I didn’t not like it. I just didn’t love it. I should have just sat down and read it in one sitting, but I don’t think I cared enough about the characters or the story to do so. All in all, though, it was a decent read. And LOOK at that cover.

No. 10 on my challenge. I’ve always wanted to visit San Francisco.