Oprah’s Book Club Top 10 of 2010 & Sell Chanel Bag

13 Dec

Sell Chanel BagOprah’s Book Club 2010 & Sell Chanel Bag. As well as her list of favorite sell Chanel bag things, Oprah also has a book club, with a large following. She comes out with her top 10 list each year, and this year her number one pick was “A Visit From the Goon Squad” by Jennifer Egan. Second on her list is “Super Sad True Love Story” by Gary Shteyngart, which is a novel version of a dark comedy about love. Third on her list is “Major Pettigrew’s Last Stand” by Helen Simonson, which is a comedic story that revolves around the romance of a snobby British man and his neighbor from Pakistan. “Before You Suffocate Your Own Fool Self” by Danielle Evans is next on her list, which is a collection of stories about the lives of troubled African-American girls and women. “Freedom” by Jonathan Franzen is an exciting and informational novel about war and the environment in America. Written by a very talented and knowledgeable physician, “The Emperor of All Maladies: A Biography of Cancer” is a history of the research, discovery, doctors, and patients all having to do with the dreadful disease. Next up on Oprah’s sell Chanel bag top 10 of 2010 is the story of Martin Luther King Jr.’s incredible life. This book is called “Hellhound On His Trail” by Hampton Sides, and is Oprah’s 7th pick. “The Warmth of Other Suns: The Epic Story of America’s Great Migration” is next on Oprah’s list, which tells the story of three African Americans attempting to flee segregation. “Let’s Take The Long Way Home” by Gail Caldwell is the story of one woman and her best friend, who wrote the book “Drinking: A Love Story and Pack of Two”. “The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks” by Rebecca Skloot is the fascinating sell Chanel bag story of a young African American woman who died young, but her cells were used to further medical research and eventually led to several medical breakthroughs. This concludes Oprah’s Book Club Top 10 of 2010 List. Hopefully you will all join in with the excitement and read some of these fascinating stories.

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