Howards End

by E. M. Forster | Literature & Fiction |
ISBN: 0486424545 Global Overview for this book
Registered by rem_SBS-434516 of -- Wild released somewhere in the state, Massachusetts USA on 4/15/2006
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3 journalers for this copy...
Journal Entry 1 by Deborah909 from Brookline, Massachusetts USA on Saturday, April 15, 2006
If you have found this book, I hope that you will be a good friend to it! Please tell us how you came across it, whether you enjoyed reading it, and how you plan to pass it along to the next reader.

Released 16 yrs ago (4/15/2006 UTC) at Caffe Bella Vita - 30 Charles St., Beacon Hill in Boston, Massachusetts USA



To be released at my favorite BookCrossing zone, the Caffe Bella Vita! It's at 30 Charles Street on Beacon Hill, within easy walking distance of several subway stops: Arlington Street (Green Line), Charles/MGH (Red Line), Park Street (Red Line), and Bowdoin (Blue Line). Please be sure to look for the bookshelf near the gelato counter.

Journal Entry 3 by rem_SBS-434516 from -- Wild released somewhere in the state, Massachusetts USA on Saturday, April 15, 2006
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Journal Entry 4 by eatchas from Decatur, Illinois USA on Thursday, April 27, 2006
I found this book in a corner Italian diner in Bunker Hill in Boston...There were a few Traveling Books in the window. I had read several of them. This was the first I hadn't read. I pondered if it was serendipity that I stumbled on the dinner and this book, therefore it was to accompany me on my travels. I am on a marketing tour and this book has ridden the gorgeous ride through the mountains down highway 81, through the capital of country music, Nashville, TN and now to Raleigh, NC where we will part ways. I am sending the book to a friend in St. Louis whom I have full faith will continue to help “Howard’s End” find its next friend along its travels.


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