Tuesday, March 9, 2010


Serendipity by Louise Shaffer. I bought this book for six quarters at the library used book sale. That's right, I'm a high roller. And this book was worth even more quarters. It reminded me in a way of Adriana Trigiani's good books (her early work) with the intriguing story, pace, and dynamic characters. Plus I'm a fool for mother-daughter stories and this book was a granddaughter-mother-grandmother tale with the charm of Old New York. I stayed up late to finish it. 22/100

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