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The Hunger Games Trilogy Boxset by Suzanne Collins
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Captive in Iran by Maryam Rostampour
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Superb, well written book. These girls went through hell in one of the worlds most demonic prisons in one of the most demonic lands. Imprisoned, not for something that could be considered a crime (Being Christian) in the western world, but only in th ...more
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(Pre-Release Sample) The Hitchhiker's Guide To Canada by Travis Rosenberg
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Horrible. The so-called writer must had been drunk spilling his disrepectful hatred on our President-elect. Full of grammar errors, poor sentence structure and careless composition. Title is misleading. No where in the book does it
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The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins
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A great friend of mine recommended this novel for me stating it was of the setting and theme of some of my work-in-progress novels, about survival and the Homeland Wars in America, assuring me I’d like it. I did. I do. It is the best gift she ever ga ...more
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Infidel by Ayaan Hirsi Ali
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Ernest Hemingway
“Write hard and clear about what hurts.”
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“The secret of getting ahead is getting started. The secret of getting started is breaking your complex overwhelming tasks into small manageable tasks, and starting on the first one.”
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