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Book Reviews
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One or the Other
by John McFetridge

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I enjoyed this book. It does have a surprise ending.

Dog diaries
by James Patterson

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Great books!

Underwater Puppies
by Seth Casteel

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I loved this book!

The Heart
by Seymour Simon

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The heart is complications, but the book mentions Pac-Man so I'm pleased. ??????????

by Jessica George

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Great book about bridging generational differences with understanding in familial relationships and the challenges of work and social relationships.

The Youngest Templar - Trail Of Fate
by Michael P. Spradlin

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Very exciting so far.

Hot To Trot
by M. C. Beaton

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Agatha never disappoints:)

What Moves The Dead
by T. Kingfisher

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Macabre and Spooky- the perfect autumnal read.

Aristotle And Dante Dive Into The Waters Of The World
by 978-1398505278

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This sequel was not what I was hoping it would be, I waited almost 10 years to see how their story would continue. Honestly wish I didn't read it, the first book was just so pure and beautiful. This book just felt off, and like the author was trying to bring things to light and talk about political climates of the 80's. It would have worked if that is what happened in the first book. It didn't make sense for the switch in tone, from the story of family, finding yourself, and two boys falling in love. To a book commenting on the political crisis of the AIDS epidemic, and the fear these two boys have regarding that. Like this is not what the original story was about, and the tone switch in a sequel most people waited 10 years for is disappointing.

by Brandon Mull

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Great book, would recommend it for teens.