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The Wife Between Us
by Greer Hendricks

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Mild psychological thriller - enough to keep you enthralled but not enough to keep you up at night - a perfect balance.

Hello, World! Cars And Trucks
by Jill McDonald

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I liked the variety of cars and trucks k.

Ascendance Of A Bookworm: Part 3 Volume 3
by Miya Kazuki

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Great series! Some of the wording gets a bit repetitive which is why I gave it 4 stars but the fantasy world is phenomenal and I love watching how certain views and perspectives start to change due to Rozenmyne's influence. I also love how realistic the politics are in this series. This series can be a great read for new business owners as this could help you feel like you are growing your business along with the main characters goals.

The Wife Between Us
by Greer Hendricks

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Mild psychological thriller - enough to keep you enthralled but not enough to keep you up at night - a perfect balance.

Little Places: America Is...
by Editors of Silver Dolphin Books

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Great book! I liked the pages being different sizes.

Meant to Be
by Emily Giffin

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I enjoyed this light, summer read. It built the characters well to make the story believable. It was based loosely upon someone famous, which made the ending a little hokey.

The One And Only Bob
by Katherine Applegate

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It was cool because we got to see us from the perspective of dogs and the hurricane part actually made me breath a sigh of relief

The Frugal Wizard’s Handbook For Surviving Medieval England
by Brandon Sanderson

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This is the second of the four "special projects" that Brandon Sanderson wrote during the pandemic as part of his kickstarter. The story is much more science fiction than fantasy and is the only book I know of by Sanderson that is written in the first person with a single narrator and viewpoint throughout. It is the only one of the special.projects that does not occur in the Cosmere. The story revolves around Arthur C. Clarke's famous quote, "Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic" as characters from the future travel to a civilization resembling medieval England. As always, Sanderson focuses on the development of the characters. I took away one star because I thought some aspects of the storytelling were predictable.

Alcatraz Versus The Shattered Lens
by Brandon Sanderson

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This book is the fourth in this series. Another fun book from this series. This book is much more introspective than the others where our hero learns some difficult lessons.

Eva And The Lost Pony: A Branches Book (owl Diaries #8)
by Rebecca Elliott

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I love how she cared for the pony