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Novel is based on he lives of two women who had unusual scientific interests and skills for their period. Interesting and absorbing.Published 9 days ago by Elizabeth Teoman
For centuries power and decision making has been in the hands of testosterone driven men. Economic inequality and constant war are the result. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Carol T.
Really worth reading. Great book. I'll never forget it and I forget a LOT of books I read.Published 16 days ago by Patricia L. Maddox
It was very interesting.. I couuld hardly put the book down .Published 16 days ago by Hildegard Sollenberger
A fictionalized account of the life of Mary Anning, discoverer of Jurassic fossils in the shale cliffs of Dorset in the late 1800's. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Alanna Fraser
didn't hold my interest that well. Others in my book club loved it.Published 20 days ago by Sandra Barbano
As close to time travel as one can get, the readers and fans of Tracy Chevalier can buckle up for the rough seas off the rocky coasts of Lyme in the 19th century. Read morePublished 1 month ago by rayna g.