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    Re: Can anyone recommend a truly inspiring novel?

    Hi..
    i don't know if you remember me, it's been while.and this post quite old. so i don't know if you be able to read this..
    if you did. i hope you contact me..i may say it's urgent matters..
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    Re: Can anyone recommend a truly inspiring novel?

    Here is a novel which I have read six times-- My Name Is Red.Though I read many novels before,I think this one is the most excellent one that interests me.It is not novel t hat can inspire you with encouraging words and plots,while ,it takes your wit as well as patience to understand it.When you have got a good acknowledge of it,you will definitely be inspried by the anthor's wisdom and the characters' smartness. Why not try it?
    By the way, my life experience has told me that no one and nothing can change you but you yourself can.The power is in you.


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    #24

    Re: Can anyone recommend a truly inspiring novel?

    This is not necessarily inspiring (I wouldn't call a book too inspiring unless the ending is triumphant), but it sure as heck stirs something within you. The novel's called 'Say No To Death' by Dymphna Cusack. I've read it just a couple of weeks ago and would probably like to reread it some day. It's very heartfelt, moving and thought-provoking. I also loved the author's writing style - the whole novel's just very very beautifully written. I would also call it pshychological to some extent - the way she gets to the core of true human feelings and depicts them so nicely really impressed me a great deal.

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