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by John Hodgman

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I love me some John Hodgman. This is is a little uneven - I found the chapter about old hockey teams a complete snooze - but most of it was wonderful and wry. I do so appreciate his honesty about his own (often hilarious) shortcomings.

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by Stephen Savage

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Coconut Layer Cake Murder
by Joanne Fluke

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i liked this Hannah Swenson adventure very much. Good old characters and some new and interesting how coconut layer cake helps the mystery come together.

Where The Crawdads Sing
by Delia Owens

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This was a wonderful book. It kept my interest and made me want to know more. I loved the ending!

Mrs. Lincoln's Sisters
by Jennifer Chiaverini

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It is fiction. but interesting views from sister's on Mrs. Lincoln's behavior from youth to death. From reading biographies of the Lincoln's I know that many of the actions in this book are from real like situations.

I'd Give Anything
by Marisa De Los Santos

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I always love reading this author's books. I prefer character driven books, and her characters are always so relatable.

Rodham
by Curtis Sittenfeld

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Re-imagining of Hillary Rodham's life if she hadn't married Bill Clinton. Fascinating and redemptive.

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by Stephen Savage

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To The Last Man
by Jeff Shaara

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Jeff Shaara's books always outstand me. I never have liked Historical books ever, until this quarantine. I found Killer Angels by his father. I then looked to Jeff Shaara, wondering if a son could be as good or better then the father. That question was answered quickly. He switches perspective, letting you see all sides of the war. The book lets you see how life could have been if you were in the war, while also making you want to read a great book. It imideatly sucks you in with the new technology of aeroplanes, then switching from the famous Lafayette Escadrille and Lufberry to the biggest force in aeroplane fighting, the Red Baron. Incredibly finished off with Marines and the AEF. Overall, these kind of books are the ones needed to be shown at the front of the historical fiction, the ones that people read to know what historical fiction is. A perfect book for those who want to read historical books and books of war, but never have found the right one.

How To Almost Ruin Your Summer
by Taryn Souders

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Funny and great summer read. I really liked it!


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