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Pull of the Moon 1


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Categorization is odious. There is tremendous overlap among genres. These pigeonholes are offered only as a convenience.

Elizabeth Berg

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Kmarie October 4th, 2006 09:07 AM PST

When I came to this author, there was only one book listed on her list of works: Talk Before Sleep. I love this author so much that I added all the rest of her works here. I love Berg's way of writing -- she is so descriptive and well written, and really KNOWS the way people think and feel. I loved Year of Pleasures, and Range of Motion... well, I just love them all. If you try a Berg book and don't like it, try a different one. They are all so very different.

katsmom March 19th, 2008 02:34 PM PST

I can't emphasize enough how wonderful Elizabeth Berg's novels are. Every woman in the world can relate in some way to every one of her main characters. I started with Open House as seen on Oprah's book club and was hooked. You can really start anywhere as the novels are all independent of one another with the exception of Durable Goods, Joy School and True to Form which are a series. ENJOY!


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