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Marilynne Robinson - Gilead  (2004)

CAN'T WAIT TO READ: Gilead by Marilynne Robinson :: a book recommended by someone with excellent taste, Anne Bogel

The Best Books Of 2014-Huffington Post

The Best Books Of 2014

Gilead is better known, but this book  reveals peace and contentment.  Unbelievably beautifully written!

on the "To Read" list - Home by Marilynne Robinson. The Pulitzer Prize-winning author of "Gilead" pens a moving and healing book about families, family secrets, and the passing of the generations.

Literary map of England by Geoff Sawers and Bridget Hannigan

Literary Maps of the USA and UK

The best books of 2014 - the ultimate list based on rankings from The New York Times, Goodreads, NPR, Publishers Weekly, and 20 other sources.

Top 20 best books of 2014 – the ultimate list (infographic)

The Second Shift  by Arlie Hochschild.  The Second Shift refers to the second part of a working mother’s day in which she comes home from a job outside of the home to her job in the home. This second shift includes housekeeping duties (preparing dinner, cleaning, doing laundry) and other responsibilities involved in taking care of the family.

Women entered the workforce finally and more fully in the second half of the twentieth century, but here Hochschild argues that the drudgery of domestic life continues to be their second job when they get home.

To Change the World: The Irony, Tragedy, and Possibility of Christianity in the Late Modern World

I would like to read: this is suggested reading from Jim Denison - of the Denison Forum He said "is the most brilliant analysis of culture change I've ever read.

Infinite Jest by David Foster Wallace (1996) | The 25 Most Challenging Books You Will Ever Read

The 25 Most Challenging Books You Will Ever Read

infinite jest, david foster wallace - playful language and absurdist plots makes this book a breezier read than its weight might imply