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Artemis by Andy Weir (Science Fiction/Fantasy)
This book immediately sucked me in, immersing me in the community on the moon. -- Added by tatumme on 01/17/2018

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I really enjoyed this book as well. What a great follow up to The Martian! -- barbm on 01/17/2018  
Cometh the Hour
Cometh the Hour by Jeffrey Archer (Historical Fiction)
recommend. one of a series in "the clifton chronicles". full of all sorts of twists and turns, many seemingly made up to further the evils afoot, but a good read in any case. -- Added by edger on 01/15/2018

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I have read the entire series and recommend it. However, be prepared for a cliffhanger at the end of every novel but the last. -- on 01/18/2018  
Origin by Dan Brown (Mystery/Suspense)
If you read and liked Dan Brown's other novels featuring Robert Langdon, you can't help but like this one. The plot barrels forward at breakneck speed and takes us into the colliding worlds of art, religion and science. As usual, Brown creates characters we love, and those we love to hate. -- Added by on 01/18/2018

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This novel is set in Spain and introduces the reader to the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao. A highly intelligent futurist has invited a select group to hear his latest and most earth=shattering prediction in a unique presentation which, as it turns out, the entire world can see and hear on line. Without giving it all away, suffice it to say that Langdon is once again pulled into a mystery which only he can solve. -- on 01/18/2018  
Pulse by Felix Francis (Mystery/Suspense)
About a doctor with depression and anorexia involved in a racetrack related mystery. An easy read. -- Added by Judy on 01/26/2018

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I have read most of the novels written by Dick Francis and highly recommend them. Toward the end of his life he began to collaborate with his son, Felix, who continued to write solo after his father died. I do not enjoy the novels by Felix as much as I did those by Dick Francis, just a difference in writing styles. L.S. -- on 01/26/2018  
The Alchemist
The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho (Other Fiction)
Short book - good reminder to follow dreams. -- Added by on 02/18/2018

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Great book! -- Rust Bucket on 02/24/2018  
The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest
The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest by Stieg Larsson (Mystery/Suspense)
Quite similar to the David Baldacci type of novel with a government agency who believes it is acting for the good of the country making it above the law, however it had the twist of the being in Sweden with a somewhat different legal system and more violence and sexual overtones than a Baldacci novel. -- Added by Suejefferies on 02/07/2018

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I would recommend reading The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo first. -- on 02/09/2018  
The Nightingale
The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah (Historical Fiction)
Definitely recommend! I couldn't put this book down. It was equal parts inspiring and heartbreaking, and I learned about an era I didn't know much about (Occupied France during WWII). -- Added by Cfthompson106 on 02/12/2018

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I cried twice when I read this book, and I can't remember the last time that happened. So real! -- on 02/12/2018