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The Hobbit
The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien (1930s)
I'd heard audiobook versions, and children's book versions, as well as seeing cartoon movies and the most recent movie, but this was my first time actually reading the book. It is definitely the best way to experience this story! -- Added by agholmes72 on 02/28/2014

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The Race
The Race by Clive Cussler (1910s)
Quick paced mystery and deception make the Isaac Bell series books easy to read, and difficult to put down. It is also fun to step back into history with these books. Clive Cussler has a way of really bringing the reader back in time. In one of the previous books Isaac bell lived through the great San Francisco Quake, in this book the history of aviation with all it's trials and triumphs is brought back to the present. -- Added by agholmes72 on 02/28/2014

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One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest
One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest by Ken Kesey (1960s)
I thoroughly enjoyed this glimpse into the madness of others, but found myself constantly wondering who was really mad? The patients? Or the staff? I decided it is both! -- Added by agholmes72 on 01/30/2014

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Where Are You Now?
Where Are You Now? by Mary Higgins Clark (2000s)
The Plot thickens as Carolyn MacKenzie searches for the truth about what happened to her brother Mack, who after disappearing 10 years prior, calls once a year only on Mothers day, to let them know he is alive. But now a young college girl has also disappeared, only to call her father with a similar promise to call him on mother's day, so Carolyn (with help from several detectives) finds herself in a search to find out how and if these two mysterious disappearances are linked! -- Added by agholmes72 on 01/23/2014

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The General's Daughter
The General's Daughter by Nelson DeMille (1990s)
Nelson DeMille tackles some sensitive issues about women in the military in this hard to put down book! DeMille has an uncanny knack for getting into the characters heads, adding sarcastic humor so that while you may be horrified at the events, you can't help but find yourself chuckling at the mental processes of those involved. Just as you seem to have a handle on what happened, another twist is added to keep you guessing so that you have to keep going. -- Added by agholmes72 on 01/19/2014

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