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Thread: Jennifer Chiaverini "Elm Creek Quilt Novels"

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    I have all of Jennifer Chiavarini's books. I enjoyed them all except the last one "The Union Quilter". Just too slow moving!

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    Thanks JEANIE307 I fouund the list but was not sure which books were part of the series. This sure helps. Now to start finding the earlier books to start in order. LOL Thanks again, LuAnn

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    I have read them all, from local library, in order. I really enjoyed them. A fairly quick and easy read. I haven't decided if I want to purchase the companion quilting books though. I don't think that I would make any of the quilts.

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    I loved all of her books too. She came to our quilt guild a while back and showed us some of the quilts from her books. She told us that people come up to her all the time asking questions about her character and their lives today. She always has to remind her readers that these are fictious characters, that they don't exist and therefore don't have lives! She was a lot of fun to listen to.

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    I have read them all!! only one I really didn't care for was the cookbook one. Can't remember the name. have 4 to offer for sale later. The rest I got at the library

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    Quote Originally Posted by LUANNH
    Do you need to read theese in order? If so is their a list to know thhe order. I want to read them so I want to read them in the right order so I don't get more confused than I already am LOL. Where is the best place to purchase them? Thanks for any info
    You don't have to read them in order but some are better read before the others. She does a good job with character development early on, so read some of the early ones first and then you should be fine to read any of them.

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    I have read the first three and now have 6 more waiting for me and more coming in.

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    I have read all of her books. They were like peanuts, couldn't get them fast enough from my library. I'm so looking forward to the next one. I would love to find a place like that to go and spend a week going to classes and with the atmosphere like that.

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    I found them at a local library a few years ago. I was going thru alot and these really helped me veg. I wanted to go there so bad!! Still haven't gone on a retreat - but it is on my bucket list.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LUANNH
    Do you need to read theese in order? If so is their a list to know thhe order. I want to read them so I want to read them in the right order so I don't get more confused than I already am LOL. Where is the best place to purchase them? Thanks for any info
    This is an excellent site if you want to get into a series of books and read them in order. http://www.fantasticfiction.co.uk/

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