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lynnm1947 posted 7/10/2012 12:35 PM

OMG, just finished this book. Sadly. I did NOT want it to end. Abraham Verghese is such an excellent writer, I ate every word on every page.

aesir posted 7/10/2012 12:46 PM

I read somewhere that finishing a good book is almost like losing a friend.

A much more eloquent way of describing something I felt a couple of times when I was reading regularly.

lynnm1947 posted 7/10/2012 15:11 PM

aesir, these days I have decided I'm too old to waste my precious reading time on bad books! So....if I don't care for the first chapter, I don't bother with the rest.

Lovedyoumore posted 7/10/2012 17:00 PM

My book club read this book. It was a really good read. I got a little frustrated with some of the characters, but enjoyed it so much. I was reading this during my WH affair.

tryingagain74 posted 7/10/2012 22:58 PM

This is on my list of must reads. So glad you loved it! I'm looking forward to it.

lynnm1947 posted 7/12/2012 09:29 AM

lovedyoumore, when we get frustrated with characters, I guess that means we are gettng very involved in the story? I can recall older ladies getting upset with the behaviour of their favourite soap characters!

Jpapageorge posted 7/12/2012 20:13 PM

I actually just finished Cutting two weeks ago, Fantastic book.

I found I was also frustrated with charaters which, I assume, was because I was really involved with the story and the characters were "real" and thus fallable and human.

Highly reccommended.

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