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Am a new member to AARP, we just got our first magazine and this is my first group.
I just finished Randy Pausch's book The last Lecture and found it very well written, interesting, inspirational and very easy to read. I give it 5 hearts!
Am currently reading the Empty Nest Syndrome as my baby boy recently flew the nest. 30 writers share their experiences in short story form. Also very good, so far. I found a lot of comfort in this phrase "I miss who I am when I'm with him."
In between the two I read Flower CHildren and give it a weak one heart . Kind of disappointing, although it had its moments.
Welcome to the group. I have not read Randy Pausch's book but I did follow is battle with cancer online and in the news. Did you happen to catch the special with Diane Sawyer on Prime Time? His was a truly inspirational story. It was very sad to lose such a great man at such a young age. He fought a great fight.
Is "Flower Children" about the hippie generation? Sounds interesting but I guess if you only give it one heart it's not all that good.
I'm reading "Undertow" by Sydney Bauer. I'm really enjoying it. Hope to see more postings from you.