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Salt To The Sea
by Ruta Sepetys

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It was full of action, drama, and suspense, they should make 8th graders read this book in school.

Shadow And Bone
by Leigh Bardugo

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A really strong storyline and great book overall!

A Most Intriguing Lady
by Sarah Ferguson Sarah Ferguson Duchess of York

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This novel surpassed my expectations - really enjoyed it!

Tress Of The Emerald Sea
by Brandon Sanderson

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This fairy tale is the newest addition to the Brandon Sanderson Cosmere universe but can be read as a standalone a story. The story reads as a light-hearted tale of true love in the style of William Goldman's timeless classic The Princess Bride. But Brandon Sanderson has a voice of his own and creates rich and wonderful characters on a completely novel and exciting world. Even if you have not read any of the other cosmere books, you will be able to follow and enjoy this book. However, aficionados of the Cosmere will be able to pick up on the many Easter eggs and references to elements of his past works in that universe. The unusual choice of using a single narrator does not hamper the elegant pacing of this story. Well I found some elements to be predictable, that didn't detract from my enjoyment of the storytelling and character development.

Romanic Comedy
by Curtis Sittenfelt

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Loved it!

The Bandit Queens
by Parini Shroff

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This book is amazing. It touches on so many aspects of (in)justice and (in)equity in modern India... which women everyone also navigate to varying degrees.

Paris
by Paris Hilton

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This memoir written by the iconic and notable Paris Hilton takes the reader into a first person perspective of Hilton's trauma, teenage adventures, family dynamics and even the star's own struggles with mental health. One of my favorite aspects of this memoir was Hilton's style of writing. To put it in simple terms, she wrote the piece in an informal way, while talking about heavy topics that can be hard to imagine and get through. This easygoing style of writing made the book fun to read.

Origins Of The Wheel Of Time
by Michael Livingston

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Non-fiction. Written by a historian of Robert Jordan and the Wheel of Time. The book begins by discussing Robert Jordan's life and how his experiences impacted the WoT. The majority of the book relates the mythology, legend and history that are underlie the characters and events in The Wheel of Time. This is an excellent treatise on the inspiration and motivation that drove Robert Jordan to write this epic.

As Good As Dead
by Holly Jackson

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LOVED IT!!

The Hidden Kingdom (wings Of Fire #3)
by Tui T. Sutherland

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