Friday, February 7, 2014

Feature Friday: The Most Famous Book Set in Every State

Apparently I was born East of Eden, spent time in Walden's Pond and with The Magnificent Ambersons, and am now The 19th Wife.  I've learned from this that more books need to be set in Indiana.

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5 comments:

  1. A Girl Named Zippy was set in Indiana, and it was awesome!

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    1. Ooh, I haven't read that one! Thanks for pointing it out. I was sitting here trying to come up with books set in Indiana and couldn't come up with a single title. Pathetic. Glad you could come through for me. :)

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  2. A Girl Named Zippy is awesome, you should definitely read it. Also, Booth Tarkington books for adults are boring, but his books for teens are HILARIOUS. Although, there is a quite a bit of racism, simply because of the prevailing beliefs of the times. "Seventeen" is one of the best tellings of young love I have ever read, and still makes me choke laugh when I read it out loud. Also, the "Penrod" books are classics.

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  3. uh, for some reason I was logged in with my brothers name. I believe he also enjoys those books however, so it's still a valid comment.

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    1. Meggan I love your comments, no matter whose account they originate from. :). Thanks for the recommendations! Seventeen, especially sounds good.

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