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Cutting For Stone
by Abraham Verghese

Book Review by - Andrea
At 500 pages it certainly is a long book, but worth every second, earning five stars rating from this reader! CUTTING FOR STONE is a sweeping family saga which draws you in and transports you to a small missionary hospital in Ethiopia. The story begins with the birth of the narrator. As you follow his life, you will fall in live with his story and come to feel as if you know the characters personally. It's filled with love, politics, culture, family, tragedy, betrayal, and much more! It reminded me of the book Poisonwood Bible by Barbara Kingsglover. Beautifully written with detail and precision, you will miss it when it ends. It is one of the best books I've read in a long time.Back.

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