Rhett Ellis Message Board
Dan posts on 2/17/2005 5:25:18 PM
I've just finished The Wisdom of Shepherds, and I must say that it is one of the best books I've ever read. Without giving anything away, I want to mention that I was particularly moved by the part near the end where Clara got what she deserved. It brough a tear to my eye. What can I say? I'm a softy. Beautiful story. Absolutely beautiful Well worth looking up.
Cindy posts on 2/12/2005 5:10:36 PM
Nothing much. Just chillin'. Have you heard from Kate lately? I didn't hear from her last week.
johnny posts on 2/9/2005 4:58:58 PM
Cindy, what have you been up to anyway? I haven't heard from you in awhile.
johnny posts on 2/9/2005 1:57:18 AM
Yes, I agree. I liked all of his books. Pretty profound stuff-- but easy to read.
Taylor posts on 2/7/2005 5:21:36 PM
I agree. The book is very pro-library at a time when that message needs to be heard. It was a good, fun read with a good message. A must for all libraries.
Cindy posts on 2/7/2005 5:10:15 PM
I have just finished his third book "How I Fell in Love with a Librarian and Lived to Tell about It" and I liked it a bunch-- not as much as I liked The Wisdom of Shepherds, which I think is his best, but I liked it.
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