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Revenge of the Spellmans (The Spellmans, #3)

If you are in the mood for light reading, pick this one up. In the vein of Janet Evanovich. The Spellman series is good for a quiet afternoon where yo
Mar 31, 2009
Apr 03, 2009
A Lion Called Christian: The True Story of the Remarkable Bond Between Two Friends and a Lion
If you love animals, you will love this book. If you have watched the reunion story on YouTube, you will love this book. Christian was a remarkable li ...more
Mar 22, 2009
Mar 22, 2009
Mistress of the Art of Death (Mistress of the Art of Death, #1)
This is the first book in what promises to be a very unique series. The heroine is a female doctor in the twelfth century. (It seems that is accepted ...more
Jun 14, 2009
Jun 14, 2009
Grip of the Shadow Plague (Fablehaven, #3)
Darkness is taking over the residents of Fablehaven and only Kendra and Seth appear able to defeat it. There are many messages in the Fablehaven serie ...more
Apr 05, 2009
Apr 05, 2009
Daemon (Daemon, #1)
Wow, what a ride. This book is written by a computer expert and uses a lot computer-speak, but also explains it so the "non-geek" can enjoy it, too.

Feb 07, 2009
Feb 06, 2009
The Book of Love (Magdalene Line Trilogy, #2)
This is the second book in the Magdalene line series. I enjoyed it as much as the first on, The Expected One. Kathleen McGowan blends history and reli ...more
May 20, 2009
May 18, 2009
In The Blink Of An Eye (Lily Dale #5)
As a frequent visitor to Lily Dale, NY, I really enjoyed this book. You get the true flavor of this unique and compelling community through Wendy Stau ...more
May 2009
May 18, 2009
Finger Lickin' Fifteen (Stephanie Plum #15)
Number fifteen in the Stephanie Plum, bounty hunter series. Stephanie has split up with Joe Morelli and can't decide what to do about Ranger. There ar ...more
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Jun 30, 2009
Grave Goods (Mistress of the Art of Death, #3)
The third book in the Mistress of the Art of Death brings Adelia and the reader to Glastonbury, Avalon and the legend of King Arthur. Two skeletons ha ...more
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Jul 04, 2009
Loser's Town: A David Spandau Novel
Pretty good debut. Daniel Depp is the brother of actor Johnny Depp and there are parts of the book where his insider knowledge of Hollywood is very we ...more
Jun 10, 2009
Jun 10, 2009
Skellig (Skellig, #1)
Selected by Carnegie Medal judges as one of the 10 most important children's novels of the past 70 years, Skellig is a tale that will appeal to the ch ...more
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Feb 27, 2009
The Last Child
I wasn't sure at the beginning that I was going to like this book, but once it grabbed me it would not let me go.

This is the story of Johnny, a 13 ye
Jun 04, 2009
Jun 04, 2009
Marked (House of Night #1)
The first of a series of books about vampyres. The story of Zoey Redbird, a reluctant vampyre, and her education into the "life." Once Zoey is marked ...more
Mar 13, 2009
Mar 13, 2009
The Sugar Queen
What a lovely little book. I have enjoyed both of Sarah Addison Allen's books so far. She puts a little magic into the everyday. Here we have Josey Ci ...more
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Jun 15, 2009
Rise of the Evening Star (Fablehaven, #2)
Book Two of an excellent fantasy series for young readers (and anyone who enjoys fantasy). Filled with mythological beings (fairies, trolls, imps, sat ...more
Mar 05, 2009
Mar 02, 2009
If I Stay (If I Stay, #1)
Here's another young adult book that far surpasses much adult fiction. This is the story of Mia, a 17-year-old from Oregon who goes on a short trip wi ...more
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Jun 28, 2009
An interesting mix of romance, mystery and history. The story takes place in Boston, a few years before the Revolutionary War. It is written in the st ...more
Feb 12, 2009
Feb 13, 2009
Like most Patterson books this was a quick read, numerous short chapters. Unlike many of the books written with a co-author, this one had one continui ...more
Jul 29, 2009
Jul 28, 2009
Fablehaven (Fablehaven, #1)
The first book in what promises to be a very imaginative series about a refuge for mystical creatures of all description. The fantasy is supberb with ...more
Mar 2009
Mar 02, 2009
Bones of Faerie (Bones of Faerie, #1)
The story of life following a war between Human and Faerie using the St. Louis arch as a focal point. It could be taken as an allegory for any two fac ...more
Mar 12, 2009
Mar 13, 2009
Ink Exchange (Wicked Lovely, #2)
Very dark fairy tale. Brings to mind a bit of Brian Froud, but focused more on the teen market. Interesting take on addiction, only this is an addicti ...more
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Aug 19, 2009
Outstanding book! This book reminded me of Lovely Bones. It follows a young woman through her ninth grade year in high school. As it begins she has be ...more
Mar 03, 2009
Mar 04, 2009
The Serpent's Tale (Mistress of the Art of Death, #2)
I enjoyed this book much more than the first one. Some reviewers have complained about the recap of the first book but I did not feel that it detracte ...more
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Jun 24, 2009
Iris Johansen never lets you down. The prolific author has written another hard hitting suspense/thriller. Lots of action, violence and revenge. I was ...more
Jul 26, 2009
Jul 26, 2009
The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society
This delightful little book is a joy to read. Though written as a series of letters among friends, the stories of life during the WWII occupation of o ...more
Jun 07, 2009
Jun 07, 2009
First Family (Sean King & Michelle Maxwell, #4)
Great read, it kept the suspense at a maximum level throughout. Baldacci is one of the best.

When the First Lady's niece is abducted and her sister-in-
May 30, 2009
May 31, 2009
The 8th Confession (Women's Murder Club, #8)
Like all the women's murder club books this was a fast read. Patterson's chapters are short and move quickly. This was another enjoyable book with two ...more
Jun 28, 2009
Jun 28, 2009
Whispers of the Dead (David Hunter, #3)
Forensics seems to be the "in" thing. Now we have a British doctor who is in Tennessee recovering from an attack by a serial killer by working with an ...more
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Jun 21, 2009
Prisoner of Trebekistan: A Decade in Jeopardy!
Jeopardy fans, this is a must read. Bob Harris is a comedian and hails from Cleveland, OH. There were many things I, as a Clevelander, could relate to ...more
Nov 2008
Feb 05, 2009
Doctor Who: The Writer's Tale
based on an e-mail exchange between Russel and an editor of Doctor Who Confidential it gives great insight into the process of writing a successful TV ...more
Dec 2008
Feb 05, 2009
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