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El clan del oso cavernario: Primera parte de LOS HIJOS DE LA TIERRA®, el inicio de las aventuras de la pequeña Ayla.

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I really love the world building on this series. Read on my Kindle, one of the ones Marion sent me with it. Started out of curiousity, and whenever I reached for my Kindle, I'd keep going back to it.
Inside

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Concept looked interesting, execution fell flat to me. Nothing bad, just nothing exceptional either.
Divergent (Divergent, Book 1)

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Surprised by this one. I didn't expect it to be as good as it was (Picked up on a whim while exploring dystopias for a writing project). Pleasant surprise, I'll be picking up the rest of these as they come out.
Daughter of the Blood: Book 1 of The Black Jewels Trilogy

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LOVED IT. Seriously, I've yet to find anything by Bishop that I don't adore!
The Amaranth Enchantment

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My only complaint was it was too short. I sped through it in a couple hours, tops.
Uglies

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In some ways, intriguing. In others, a train wreck. I wanted to like it, or dislike it, but instead I'm pretty ambivalent. If we could give half stars, I'd put this at 2 1/2.
The Iron Thorn The Iron Codex Book One

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Very, very, VERY dark. I liked the basic concepts, but when it had the brief moments of levity, it jarred me too much against the dire backdrops.
Forever

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This needs more books in the series, damnit!!

Really, wonderful. Words fail me.
Collision Course

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Pretty good, would have liked a bit more character development, but otherwise a nice, quick, steamy read.
Battleaxe: Book One of the Axis Trilogy

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When I'm in the mood for Epic Fantasy, Douglass's books are a sure fire bet. When I'm not? They go on forever in meaningless twists and turns. But I have devoured most of this series (currently stalking my local cheap books place for the last one in a paperback form)
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