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Ruthless People
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"Ugh! Wish I was done! Predictable" May 23, 2015 07:04PM

 
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Enlightenment!

This is one of the best YA dystopian books yet! Really surprised and happy to have found this book and realize how great it is! A must read.
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The Sea of Monsters by Rick Riordan
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Took me awhile to read this book because of other obligations, but enjoyed it for sure on to the next book. The movies I have noticed do not give the books justice.
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Very interesting book! I like POV is from the father's eyes. The ending seemed forced for a happy ending. The journey I believe was more for the father than for the child. In the end It forced the father to see his soon autism as not a hindrance but ...more
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