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Where The Deer And The Antelope Play
by Nick Offerman

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Rambling essay collection strayed from purported topics on nature, conservation, etc.

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

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I Love the way that she helped the pony

The Alloy Of Law
by Brandon Sanderson

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This book had a lot of Misborn references and did a good job updating the world. The plot wasn't as big as the previous series, but the characters are a lot of fun. Wayne is funny.

The Hate U Give
by Angie Thomas

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I liked the story as it talks about Starr's life, it starts off with Starr and her friend who was shot by a cop after being pulled over. This story is great.

Book Lovers
by Emily Henry

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I enjoy this book. This was my 1st by the author that I was able to finished. I enjoyed it. There were surprising part of the books. I liked the setting of the town, it sound like a nice town. I also liked how storyline was Charlie and Nora , Libby and nora.

Dark One
by Brandon Sanderson

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This is the first book of a new graphic novel series by Brandon Sanderson. The artwork is phenomenal It is rich and detailed. This volume is really the introduction of the characters, the worlds and the background of the story.

Realm Breaker
by Victoria Aveyard

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High fantastic adventure story. Protagonist is a teenage girl. Character development is marginal. The author has atendancey to lapse into long passages of exposition making the book hard to read. These chunks of description could have been replaced with the characters experiencing the settings. This would also help with character development. The story was fairly predictable and the motivations of the characters doesn't always make sense. I am not sure if I will continue this series. My expectations may be unreasonably elevated sine I have just been reading Brendan Sanderson, Robert Jordan and Leigh Bardugo.

The 1619 Project: Born On The Water
by Nikole Hannah-Jones

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I really enjoyed it really sparked me and thought that of what African -American people went through and much we should appreciate them.

Just Mercy
by Bryan Stevenson

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This book was great as it talked about the racism in America and Bryan Stevenson talked about his past and his experiences as a lawyer who represented people who could not fight for themselves and were wrongly accused.

Tomorrow, And Tomorrow, And Tomorrow
by Gabrielle Zevin

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Modern masterpiece