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The Hunter's Moon by Beth Trissel
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If you really enjoyed the Percy Jackson series and other similar books, then this is probably a book for you. It follows a lot of the same criteria as other fiction/fantasy based YA novels, which definitely makes it appealing to this audience as well ...more
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Moon Zoom by Christopher Peter
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My nephew is starting to get into Doctor Who, but some of the story lines are still a bit scary for his age group. So, I thought this would be a nice treat to help make up for the “lost episodes” that we skip over. From the get-go, he was engaged in ...more
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The Money 20, What 20-Somethings Want To Know About Money by Linda Schoenfeld
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I’m always a little leery of financial books because I tend to want to fall asleep after only a few pages of the financial jargon. This book was a pleasant surprise though. You can tell it’s designed for we millennials who tend to savor the instant g ...more
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A Light Behind the Door by Janka Jakobi
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I only wish I had read this book just after my grandmother’s death, as it would have saved me a lot of anxiety. I think the main thing about this novel is it very beautiful. The topic of death is complex and frightening, largely because we just don’t ...more
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The Siege by James Hanna
The Siege
by James Hanna (Goodreads Author)
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This isn’t my first James Hanna book and I have to say I’m becoming a fan. The first novel I read of his was pretty hilarious, so I was a bit surprised when I cracked open this book (well, more scrolled through) and found such a serious story. It alm ...more
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The Game Master by Ian D. Copsey
The Game Master
by Ian D. Copsey (Goodreads Author)
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This book was a breeze to get through (since it’s written for a younger audience), but I have to say it was quite gripping. I love stories about games, because…well I’m from the generation that grew up with them. So, it’s always exciting to read a st ...more
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Drachen by Brendan Le Grange
Drachen
by Brendan Le Grange (Goodreads Author)
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Wow—this book is really fast paced and will have you wanting to keep going even if you can barely keep your eyes open. The story is a mystery that will have you on the edge of your seat as the main character takes on huge adventures while being chase ...more
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The Cries of the Butterfly by Rajeev Roy
The Cries of the Butterfly
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You know, when I first opened this book and realized I was going to be reading a story about a guy named Wolf Butcher who has everything in the world, I figured there was no way I would be able to relate or feel for this guy. I was totally wrong thou ...more
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The Ancient Ones by C.E. Allan
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Well, I’m still a bit phased by C.E. Allan’s The Ancient Ones: Prophecy of the Ilat. There was a lot going on here, mostly good but some confusing elements that made the book a less of an impact than it could have made. All the same, it was still a b ...more
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Call Me Pomeroy by James Hanna
Call Me Pomeroy
by James Hanna (Goodreads Author)
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At first glance I expected this book to funny, but I didn’t expect it to be this funny. You have to laugh at and with the main character, Pomeroy, who thinks he’s all that and a bag of chips. The character’s voice is what stands out the most. It flow ...more
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“But guilt is guilt. It doesn't go away. It can't be nullified. It can't even be fully understood, I'm certain - it's roots run too deep into private and long-standing karma. About the only thing that saves my neck when I get to feeling this way is that guilt is an imperfect form of knowledge. Just because it isn't perfect doesn't mean that it can't be used. The hard thing to do is to put it to practical use, before it gets around to paralyzing you.”
J.D. Salinger, Raise High the Roof Beam, Carpenters & Seymour: An Introduction

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