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The Land Of Stories Book 1
by Chris Colfer

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It was good!

2.00 A Day Living On Almost Nothing In America
by Kathryn Edin

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This was an in depth look at the lives of Americans living on just $2.00 per day. It explored the strategies they use to survive and ways the system helps and hurts them. The book looks at the changes to the welfare system over the past decades. It was an eye opening book!

Make Your Bed
by Admiral William H. Mcraven

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Easy read through of basic everyday things to keep you discipled, orderly and know how to be a team player.

The Memory Book
by Lara Adrian

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I can see this being turned into a movie. Reminded me of The Notebook and A Walk to Remember but with a little punch.

Rowley Jefferson's Awesome Friendly Adventure
by Jeff Kinney

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I liked it

Educated By Tara Westover
by Tara Westover

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A very interesting look into the cult- life and how it can look normal, growing up on the inside. The language evolves as the author's education does, and feels very natural. It's also a heartbreaking look at how our parents shape our internal dialogue, even when we know they're wrong.

Loki Where Mischief Lies
by Mackenzi Lee

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Loki (Where Mischief Lies) is a remarkable book that has twists every other chapter. It allows new fans to get into the Marvel Universe without them feeling lost and confused, with that said it also allows long term fans catch fun easter eggs (like that Theo worked for Tony Starks grandfather). Over all this was a great read that let me really connect to Loki who other wise I thought was a villain.

The Seeds of Nightmares
by Tony Tremblay

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This collection of short stories by a local author may keep you up at night. I had the weirdest, most realistic dreams/nightmares each night that I read this book. Some of the stories are a little more sexual than I want them to be, but the storytelling is great for the most part.

One Quiet Woman
by Anna Jacobs

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Leah faces the difficult choice of how to provide for herself and her younger sister after her mother passes away in 1930's England. With few options, at a time when the country is facing a depression, she enters into a marriage of convenience. Throughout the book, you see Leah rising to challenges, using her intelligence, creativity, hard work and the support of friends.

All These Warriors
by Amy Tintera

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Just as riveting as the first with more edge-of-your-seat action. This series does a really great job of showing what's it is like to deal with abuse in the midst of the "end of the world." It demonstrates the need to talk to those you love or a therapist to help you sort out your emotions. It touches on abusive relationships and the importance of good friends in the middle of an apocalypse as well as how to not doubt how absolutely strong you are even if you don't believe you can be.