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Nabokov's Favorite Word Is Mauve
by Ben Blatt

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4.75 stars Nabokov's Favorite Word Is Mauve is hands-down my favorite non-fiction book! Ben Blatt effortlessly blends my love for literature and my fascination with statistics. I absolutely devoured this book with unwavering enthusiasm! I love how thorough the research is and yet how readable the text remains. I felt that I could easily absorb the information as it was presented. Further, I found myself exclaiming out loud--in wonder, awe, humor--on numerous occasions. Anytime a non-fiction book has me reacting more strongly than I do with fiction is a win to me. I'm glad that I came across Nabokov's Favorite Word and I hope that more fellow booknerds discover and love this book as much as I did!

Ice
by Linda Howard

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Good easy read.

The Goodbye Man
by Jeffery Deaver

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Good characters and story line.

My Little Pony - Rarity’s Fashion and Style
by Board Books

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Good quick read about one of our favorite ponies!

Mockingjay
by Suzanne Collins

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Good book full of adventure.

Pete The Cat I Love My White Shoes
by James Dean

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They really loved the book, it teaches them their colors, but not only that, but in a fun way.

Scythe
by Neal Schusterman

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This book was absolutely amazing! I loved the idea that humans are now immortal and can only die by way of a Scythe. I am so excited to read the next book in this series!

Esperanza Rising
by Pam Munoz Ryan

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Good book, sad but interesting

The Son Of Neptune
by Rick Riordan

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Very good book. It just starts out kind of confusing in the beginning but if you start read more of it you will understand. Very very good.

Beowulf
by Anonymous

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I think I understood about 2% of what I just read... I'm not going to put a rating on this one; it feels unfair to give my uninformed opinion (on a personal enjoyment scale, no less) on such a classic piece of literary history. Later I'm going to Shmoop this book. Yay for personal advancement!


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