GREAT READS

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Once upon a time, there lived a sultan who was infamous for beheading his wives after the wedding night. However, when he married Scheherazade, she vowed to use all her story telling wiles to sustain her husbands’ interest. Each night, she stopped halfway through her tales and thus earned herself an extra day alive as the sultan was so caught up in the suspense of the stories he couldn’t dare murder her before hearing the rest of the tale. In this tragic yet creative way the Arabian Night Tales were born. In a similar bone, I do hope that the listed personal favorites will whet your appetite for books and more books and thus many story filled Arabian Nights. Happy Reading.

  1. PRIDE AND PREJUDICE BY JANE AUSTEN

It is a truth universally  acknowledged that a single man in possession of a good  fortune must be in want of a wife……………

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