Sunday, May 15, 2011

"One Hundred Names For Love" by Diane Ackerman


One Hundred Names For Love by Diane Ackerman tells the heartwarming story of Diane's husband, Paul, who suffers a stroke. Both are very talented writers who have to find a new way of communicating with each other. Interesting to me was Diane explaining how our brain works.

If you want to read an inspirational love story of a husband and wife, I recommend this book. I finished it in just two days.

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2 comments:

  1. I just finished a book that wasn't fun to read, but was very compelling. The Dress Lodger takes place during a cholera epidemic and has components of superstition, class distrust, child labor, lack of sanitation, grave robbery, etc., etc. I wouldn't recommend reading it if you're depressed. LOL

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  2. This sounds like a good one to read ! Adding it to my list! Thanks for the review!

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