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Trainspotting
by Irvine Welsh

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I gave this book a 5 star rating because I just love how this author writes, though the England accent he writes in may be difficult to get used to, once you do trainspotting is a classic read

Here In The Real World
by Sara Pennypacker

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This book had the potential to be moving and heart warming. But it fell flat and was slightly disappointing

Sunflower Sisters
by Martha Hall Kelly

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Sunflower Sisters is about strong women and their lives during the Civil War. Like Lilac Girls, this is historical fiction novel is based on real people and actual events that occured. Kelly weaves the lives of slaves, slaves owners and abolitionists into a book that you don't want to put down.

Gideon The Ninth
by Tamsyn Muir

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A bit slow to start but once you get thru it, it really takes off in the best way possible. Never knew bones could be so exciting!

The Secret Keeper Of Jaipur
by Alka Joshi

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Lasktmi continues to be involved with Jaipur politics, especially when it affects her nephew.

The Other Bennet Sister
by Janice Hadlow

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An interesting idea but slow to get started (too much of Mary hopping from house to house after her father dies) and the romantic plot fizzles- I wanted the adventures of Mary learning Greek and forging a life of the mind!

Bone Eyes Of The Storm
by Jeff Smith

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I love the growing plot line.

Triangle
by David Von Drehle

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Non-fiction, well researched history of NYC in early 1900s. Focus on tragic fire at Triagnle Waist Co. (146 deaths) What led up to it, the fire, and what happened afterward. Stunning piece of our history.

Midnight Sun
by Stephanie Meyers

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Way to long, boring. I felt I had to read it cause I read the whole series. I didn’t need this book at all to complete my experience

Dear Child
by Romy Hausmann

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Very twisty, couldn’t put it down at the end!