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Born at Midnight (Shadow Falls, #1) by C.C. Hunter
Born at Midnight (Shadow Falls, #1)
by C.C. Hunter
User review: Fun story to listen too. I'll try the next one.
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Zoobreak (Swindle, #2) by Gordon Korman
Zoobreak (Swindle, #2)
by Gordon Korman
User review: This book is so good. It is really funny while being suspemseful.
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Only the Beginning (Only You, #4) by Elle Thorpe
Only the Beginning (Only You, #4)
by Elle Thorpe
User review: Ten years of passion between them. Of fighting, arguing and acting like horny teenagers.

Now she wants more. She wants the hearts and flowers not just bedroom gymnastics.

Their past can never be forgotten but for two completely different reasons.

They are different people now than when they original...
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The 7½ Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle by Stuart Turton
The 7½ Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle
by Stuart Turton
User review: As I read this I tried to picture how the author managed to keep track of all the details and how he kept track of the perspectives of the different people involved in hosting the body. I am glad I persevered to the end. The story was original with lots of twists. Even if it wasn’t my favorite bo...
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Uncanny X-Men (2018) #16 by Matthew Rosenberg
Uncanny X-Men (2018) #16
by Matthew Rosenberg
User review: There’s still hope for comics...
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Secret of the Water Dragon (Dragon Masters #3) by Tracey West
Secret of the Water Dragon (Dragon Masters #3)
by Tracey West
User review: {My thoughts} – So much happens in this book. Bo learns that his dragon Shu has a secret power. He learns that his dragon can wash away magic spells. This is really good for both Bo and Drake when they take their dragons to try and save Bo’s family. It appears that the Emperor in his home land is...
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The Tattooist of Auschwitz by Heather   Morris
The Tattooist of Auschwitz
by Heather Morris
User review: Fantastic book! Very well written, and such an amazing, true story.
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Rules of the House by Mac Barnett
Rules of the House
by Mac Barnett
User review: My goodness, I liked the illustrations! The book started off great and I enjoyed the difference in the character of the siblings. However, I felt the supernatural turn was a bit of a stretch, which ruined the appeal for me. In addition, I think the overall message about certain situations validat...
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Poetree by Shauna LaVoy Reynolds
Poetree
by Shauna LaVoy Reynolds
User review: Lovely.
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Governess Gone Rogue (Dear Lady Truelove, #3) by Laura Lee Guhrke
Governess Gone Rogue (Dear Lady Truelove, #3)
by Laura Lee Guhrke
User review: didn't like didn't read to finish
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The Guilty One by Lisa Ballantyne
The Guilty One
by Lisa Ballantyne
User review: This was good!

One plot line follows Daniel the solicitor trying to keep 11 year old Sebastian out of prison, he's charged with murder of an 8 year old.

The other plot line follows Daniel's past as a runaway, a foster child, a violent boy.

I was hooked early. I wanted to know whether Sebastian had d...
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Shadow Frost by Coco Ma
Shadow Frost
by Coco Ma
User review: Filled with camaraderie and magic, Shadow Frost is a lovely debut novel, and possibly first in a series, by Coco Ma. Strong characters that develop throughout the novel, creative use of flashbacks and intense action scenes are highlights that any reader will love. However, the initial chapters of...
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The President Is Missing by Bill Clinton
The President Is Missing
by Bill Clinton
User review: Wish I could give this 4.5 stars. Great mystery/thriller.
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Knit Wear Love: Foolproof Instructions for Knitting Your Best-Fitting Sweaters Ever in the Styles You Love to Wear by Amy  Herzog
Knit Wear Love: Foolproof Instructions for Knitting Your Best-Fitting Sweaters Ever in the Styles You Love to Wear
by Amy Herzog
User review: a great book to come back to about personalizing a pattern. the review of the basics and concepts is very helpful.
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My Life in France by Julia Child
My Life in France
by Julia Child
User review: Fun and easy to read with maybe a tad to many details about food
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In November by Cynthia Rylant
In November
by Cynthia Rylant
User review: It’s kind of hard to believe that it’s November 2, when it was 82 degrees here yesterday and it’s supposed to be 80 through the weekend… Where on earth is fall? Anyway… in the spirit of November, I thought I’d share a (hopefully… depending where you live, apparently!) wonderful seasonal read— Cyn...
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Black Sheep: Feathers and Fire Book 6 by Shayne Silvers
Black Sheep: Feathers and Fire Book 6
by Shayne Silvers
User review: Black Sheep picked me up, thrust me in it's pages, and didn't let go until I was done. It is a heart pounding tale that does not let up until you reach the thrilling end. This book will have you laughing like a loon, on the edge of your seat, crying, and leave you stunned at what it reveals. Shay...
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Hot Relationships: How to Know What You Want, Get What You Want, and Keep it Red Hot! by Tracey Cox
Hot Relationships: How to Know What You Want, Get What You Want, and Keep it Red Hot!
by Tracey Cox
User review: I still think the 5 Love Languages is more valuable but Hot Relationships is great for case studies and advice for specific situations. Nothing most of us don't know but possibly useful for a younger audience to hopefully avoid making the mistakes which help you learn about relationships.