Friday Morning Bookclub

February 26, 2010

Friday Morning Bookclub Gives The 19th Wife By David Ebershoff 3 3/4 Omelets

Filed under: Historical Fiction,Polls,Rate The Book — susanbright @ 10:05 pm

Amazon readers gave The 19th Wife  4  stars

Barnes and Noble readers gave The 19th Wife 4  stars

The 19th Wife is two stories in one. It is both a historical fiction and a modern day murder mystery. It is the story of  Ann Eliza Young the 19th wife of Brigham Young , and  BeckyLyn  the 19th wife of a present-day polygamist leader. I found it to be a fascinating read…… maybe that is why I am hooked on the tv show Big Love!



  1. I love CHOCOLATE!! I couldn’t do without my coffee in the morning–I make mine in a moka pot with espresso and then add hot milk–but my true love is deep and delicious hot cocoa. My favorite is “the shot” at City Bakery in NYC, but I love to make it at home as well. Here is my recipe:
    2 cups whole milk
    4 ounces of best quality bittersweet chocolate (non of that baking chocolate)
    1 heaping tablespoon of sugar
    1 heaping tablespoon of dutch process cocoa (Droste is a good one)
    2 tablespoons of heavy cream

    Chop the chocolate into fine bits. Heat the milk. Stir the chocolate into the cream. Sift the sugar and cocoa together and stir into the milk. Adjust to taste with the heavy cream.

    Comment by Faye — March 1, 2010 @ 3:51 pm | Reply

  2. Faye! So glad you commented on our blog! That hot chocolate recipe sounds awesome! Anyone interested in more of Faye’s recipes check out her blog at

    Comment by Esther — March 1, 2010 @ 9:50 pm | Reply

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