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Anonymous
Posted on Thursday, September 18, 2003 - 3:59 am:   

Hi
Did you read the TIMEMAN, a fiction? It is an excellent book, depicted in Canada, a real Canadian Story. It is fantastic, must read.
The autor is: Amo Sulaiman
Title: The Timeman
ISBN:1-59286-800-2
Publish by: PublishAmerica. Inc., USA 2003. I think you can get a copy at Chapters.
You can thank me later for bringing this info to you.

best regards
J.S.
Shannon Grant
Posted on Wednesday, November 13, 2002 - 5:26 pm:   

Are you Canadian and love to read? Or do you just love to read? Well I have the perfect place for you ... come visit The Canadian Belles Book Club Online at

http://groups.msn.com/CanadianBellesBookClub

Everyone is welcome ... no matter where you are from.

Right now we are a small online book club from the west coast to the east coast. My name is Shannon (Calgary, AB) and I am the manager of the club, my assistant manager is Deanna (Halifax, NS).

The Canadian Belles Book Club is a group on msn that reads General Fiction and Literature. Our members nominate and vote on our reads. We currenlty have reads scheduled through until March 2003.

If any of these reads interst you, please drop by and see us:
Nov 2002 - The Lovely Bones, Alice Sebold
Dec 2002 - The Puzzle Bark Tree, Stephaine Gertler
Jan 2003 - Whispers and Lies, Joy Fielding
Feb 2003 - Rebecca's Tale, Sally Beauman
Mar 2003 - Icy Sparks, Gwyn Hyman

Thanks.
Shannon :-)

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