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Protected by Claire Zorn (Other Fiction)
Amazingly touching young adult book. -- Added by priypate on 03/12/2018

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Olive Kitteridge
Olive Kitteridge by Elizabeth Strout (Other Fiction)
Slow read. One of those descriptive life books. It wasn't a waste of time but it wasn't fantastic. -- Added by priypate on 03/12/2018

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The Sun Is Also a Star
The Sun Is Also a Star by Nicola Yoon (Other Fiction)
This is more of a young adult read. But it is a really easy read for adults and brings you back to the hope and wonder if young love. All set in one day, this book was definitely a feel good quick read. -- Added by priypate on 03/12/2018

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Leaving Time (with bonus novella Larger Than Life)
Leaving Time (with bonus novella Larger Than Life) by Jodi Picoult (Other Fiction)
This has a really good twist to it, so if you find yourself having a hard time getting into it, just push through. It's such a great read. And a bonus if you love elephants! -- Added by priypate on 03/12/2018

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Behold the Dreamers
Behold the Dreamers by Imbolo Mbue (Other Fiction)
Interesting read about immigrants in our country and how hard they may work -- Added by Djmiller on 03/12/2018

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Thunder Cave by Roland Smith (Other Fiction)
Determined, after his mother's accidental death, to foil his stepfather's plans for his future, fourteen-year-old Jacob travels alone to Africa in search of his father, a biologist studying elephants in a remote area of Kenya. -- Added by yenshuol on 03/09/2018

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Judgment Road
Judgment Road by Christine Feehan (Other Fiction)
This is the first book in Christine Feehan's new series, Torpedo Ink. Reaper is one of eighteen survivors of a horrible "school" in Russia where they were trained from childhood to be killers. Each of them have demons that haunt them, even now that they are free. Reaper is one of the most lethal of the eighteen as the Sergeant at Arms for the motorcycle club they formed called Torpedo Ink. For Reaper the only thing that brings him peace from his demons aside from riding his Harley, is Anya. She is the bartender at the biker bar owned by the club. With her long hair, startling green eyes, and fiery temper, Anya seems to be the perfect match for Reaper but will he allow himself to feel something for her, even when it would put her in grave danger? Anya is tougher than she looks however, and has problems of her own to deal with. Will the pair find each other when the odds are stacked against them? -- Added by wolfgirl on 03/09/2018

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Hotel Pastis
Hotel Pastis by Peter Mayle (Other Fiction)
A sort of hodgepodge of funny stories merge together. A quick, nice read. -- Added by irishkraft on 03/07/2018

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A Week in Winter
A Week in Winter by Maeve Binchy (Other Fiction)
An easy feel-good read. More like short stories about the characters than a novel. -- Added by Debeb on 03/07/2018

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The hypnotist's love story by Liane Moriarty (Other Fiction)
Yes-Her books are easy reads, intriguing, quick enjoyable with some twists and turns. Didn't think it was good as her others. -- Added by Kimduffey on 03/07/2018

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Never Let You Go
Never Let You Go by Chevy Stevens (Other Fiction)
Good book -- Added by Realvamps on 03/05/2018

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How I Live Now
How I Live Now by Meg Rosoff (Other Fiction)
Engl8sh Countryside -- Added by PageMcBookerson on 03/05/2018

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Jellicoe Road
Jellicoe Road by Melina Marchetta (Other Fiction)
Interesting style with a book within a book. Enjoyed it. -- Added by read-when-i-can on 03/04/2018

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The Pearl
The Pearl by John Steinbeck (Other Fiction)
I was supposed to read it in high school, but if I actually read it I didn't remember it. This time, I enjoyed it. -- Added by read-when-i-can on 03/04/2018

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The Sewing Machine by Natalie Fergie (Other Fiction)
Story of a sewing machine. But actually it's the story of families and individuals who live in Scotland from the woman who made sure the machine worked at the time of labor unrest, through the owners of the machine and their troubles and conflicts. -- Added by eelizmeek on 03/04/2018

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