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The Hunger Games

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Wonderful book! Far surpasses the Twilight Saga, I'm aching to read the second in this series!
Timescape: Dreamhouse Kings, Book #4

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Great novel in the Dreamhouse King's series. I cannot wait to get my hands on the next installment. Each book is as exciting as the next!
Muškarci koji mrze žene

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Wonderful book, but not all that the hype made it seem to be. I was enamored with the book after I was finished with two-thirds and it truly picked up. I would recommend it to others and watching the movies both the English and Swedish versions after reading the novel was a fun culmination to the story.
The Faraway Horses: The Adventures and Wisdom of America's Most Renowned Horsemen

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Wonderful, quick read. This book journeys into the live of a pioneer in natural horsemanship. From his troubled past to his exciting present Buck Brannaman touches the lives of horse and human alike. I would recommend this book to any horse lover looking as the book reaches into the insights and understanding of one of the foremost horsemen.
Frenzy

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Perfect teenage mystery to instill a love for reading. I loved the ease with which Robert Liparulo writes as well as the ability to keep the novel clean, fun, and exciting all at the same time. Thank you for a wonderful culmination to the series.
Whirlwind

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Another great novel in the Dreamhouse King's series. Robert Liparulo you keep us all on our toes waiting and wishing for the next installments. Wonderful pre-teen novel to get them started on loving to read!
Mockingjay

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A nice way to finish out the Hunger Games trilogy. Not my favorite of the series, but a great way to end. Loved every minute of the trilogy. Great book for readers of all ages!
I Dared to Call Him Father: The Miraculous Story of a Muslim Woman's Encounter with God

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Amazing story of one woman's faith and her turn to Christianity from Islam. Provides a glimpse into the honor culture of Islam and its immense ties to family, society, and culture.
Catching Fire

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My favorite book of the Hunger Games trilogy, by far the best, and that's saying much! Ever second you will be connected to the pages and the characters, unable and unwilling to let them go - my only regret - the book didn't last me longer! Fun, great read for book lovers of all ages!
Red Knife: A Cork O'Connor Mystery

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Another installment of the Cork O'Connor series involving local issues relating to gang violence, drug dealing and local tensions. This was by far my least favorite of the Cork O'Connor series, I only stuck with it simply because I had read all of the others and wanted to continue. I became bored with Krueger's writing, trying to make Cork seem like an every-man while doing such outlandish and excellent crime fighting. Simple references to Cork scratching himself after taking a run and the like were not necessary. The book was interesting to read about the tensions of local tribes and gang violence, but Cork just didn't do it for me. I'm not sure if I will continue with the series or not - I was slightly disappointed.
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