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How I got a dog and a life
by Art Corriveau


this book was really good. 10/10 would recommend, I think people that like dogs and mysterys would like this book a lot
 
 


The Chosen By Chaim Potok
by Chaim Potok


A beautiful book on the intrapersonal experiences of difference that enrich our human experience and the fabric of our society.
 
 


Cam Jansen & the Summer Camp
by David Adler


Blake liked the mysteries of summer camp. He would try to solve each chapter before the story end.
 
 


I Am Number 4
by Pittacus Lore


i really like this book a lot. I have read this book over 10 time because of how good it is
 
 


Darkness
by Karen Robards


An excellent and most unusual story line, but the author seems to love adjectives and adjective phrases -- way too many in my opinion, but they only detract slightly from this thriller.
 
 


Goodnight Moon
by Margaret Wise Brown


A classic children's book, for good reason. My 7 mo. old daughter loves the high contrast pictures, with the alternation between black and white and vivid colors. Text seems simple, but is subtly lyrical and moving.
 
 


The Wife Between Us
by Greer Hendricks


The book came full circle even though it was filled with twists and turns. Enjoyed it!
 
 


For the Love
by Jen Hatmaker


For the love is a great book that reminds us of how easy it is to get caught up in all the busyness of life but that we can stop the madness. Jen Hatmaker has a great sense of humor that is interspersed throughout the book and her authenticity is refreshing. I definitely recommend this book.
 
 


The Betrayal of Mary Queen of Scots
by Kate Williams


This was the first book I've ever read focused on the ill-fated Mary Queen of Scots and although at times the book felt a little long, I thoroughly enjoyed Kate Williams' written portrayal of the life Queen Mary. While I knew scant information about her through various excerpts and tellings of her dealings with Queen Elizabeth I in the few books I'd read about Elizabeth, this was the first time I got the full and descriptive story of Mary Queen of Scots and at the end of the book I came to the conclusion that her life also initiated with much hope and grandeur, was filled mostly with seemingly never-ending tragedy, betrayal and hurt caused by her own naivety both in the responsibilities of a monarch and in the trust she placed within certain people in her circle most of whom cared little to nothing for their Queen. All in all I'd like to recommend this book to others as well with only one note. Early in the book, Kate Williams does spend at least two or three chapters on telling the story of Elizabeth I, which partly distracts from the main story of Mary Stuart. Since I am hugely fond of the story of Elizabeth I personally did not mind the interruption, but others may not appreciate the deviation.
 
 


No Sunscreen For The Dead A Novel By Tim Dorsey

Love, love, LOVED this book!! I have found a new "favorite" author!
 
 


Where'd You Go Bernadette By Maria Semple Kindle

Very good read. Different format was a welcome change.
 
 


Talk Of The Town
by Lisa Wingate


The characters in this book are so real that I would not be surprised to meet them in human form at The Coffee Shop in McGregor, TX or at Magnolia Market. Talk of the Town is both entertaining and inspiring.
 
 


Heaven help Heidi
by Sally John


Heidi, young and active, has a crippling accident which prohibits her from living in her condo. She decides to live in seaside bungalow where a new-found friend takes her. There she finds a sense of comfort and much more; and as she heals -- finds a new way of life.
 
 


R is for RIcochet
by Sue Grafton


It was a simple job for Kinsey Milhone, Private Investigator -- pick up a woman being released from prison and be "on call" for a few days to run errands and help her settle in, but it turns into an unbelievable whirlwind of money laundering, parole violations, hit men, thieves, double-crossers and good guys/bad guys situations. And has Kinsey finally found a relationship that might offer stability? Hmm. Read on.
 
 


Fangtastic
by Sienna Mercer


A really funny book that I would live to read again.
 
 
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