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message 1: by Linda (new)

Linda I loved this book. It's what started me on the adventure of reading fiction. Up until reading The Help I was a non-fiction reader, not knowing the fun I was missing. :)


message 2: by Colleen (new)

Colleen Fauchelle I loved this book. But that pie-yuck.


message 3: by Loraine (new)

Loraine I loved this book. Thought it was better than the movie although it was good.


message 4: by Sondra (new)

Sondra Do you know where I can find the movie? This remains in of my most favorite books. Thanks.


message 5: by Loraine (last edited Oct 05, 2016 08:22PM) (new)

Loraine I'm pretty sure you can get it from Netflix if you subscribe. Also noticed it was on either Fox Movie Channel or Turner Classic Movies the other night.


message 6: by June (new)

June Natalie, yuor review makes me want to re-read the book. I liked how faithful the movie was to the actual book. I did watch the film before reading.


message 7: by Natalie (new)

Natalie Vellacott June wrote: "Natalie, yuor review makes me want to re-read the book. I liked how faithful the movie was to the actual book. I did watch the film before reading."

Hi June, try it again then and see if it's as good as you remember!


message 8: by Lucy Carroll (new)

Lucy Carroll My mum read that book.


message 9: by Natalie (new)

Natalie Vellacott Lucy Carroll wrote: "My mum read that book."

You should try it too, Lucy...


message 10: by Wendy (new)

Wendy Tuell I was not interested in reading the book until I read your review. I like what you said about our life and deeds being exposed, and how the book demonstrates this in the way some of the family's treated their maids.


message 11: by Nora Charles (new)

Nora Charles Interesting. I thought the book was in poor taste and was exploitative. Not a fan of this one.


message 12: by Natalie (new)

Natalie Vellacott Wendy wrote: "I was not interested in reading the book until I read your review. I like what you said about our life and deeds being exposed, and how the book demonstrates this in the way some of the family's tr..."

Thanks Wendy, it's worth a try if you can cope with the strong language in places!


message 13: by Natalie (new)

Natalie Vellacott Nora Charles wrote: "Interesting. I thought the book was in poor taste and was exploitative. Not a fan of this one."

Hi Nora, thanks for your comment. In what way do you think it's exploitative? Surely it will make people consider their own behaviour...


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