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Labyrinth by Kate Mosse, is one of the best historical novels I've ever read. It's very noticeable that Mosse did her "homework" before writing this book. It was a delight to read from beginning to end. – Margaret Ellis, Fairfax, Va.
Reading What Are People For?: Essays by Wendell Berry is like getting a fascinating letter from a wise, loving friend. Berry's thoughtful comments on writers from Virgil and Milton to Abbey and Stegner as well as about our relationships to one another and to the earth on which we live are well worth passing on to our children and grandchildren. I love this book.– Anita Alvarez Williams, Boulevard, Calif.