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Maze Runner
by James Dashner

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My favorite book, only discovered the book series because of the movies, but I immediately fell in love with the crazy history of the ancient giant maze, Thomas's journey through it, and their escaping of, as well as their continued journies after the maze throughout the rest of the series of books. My favorite part is actually at the beginning - seeing Thomas enter this new world, that he had been apart of before, and see him grow on the other kids and become apart of their society too!

The Hunger Games: MockingJay
by Suzanne Collins

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Loved this book! the series really came to a good conclusion, (even though there were 2 parts to the movies here). Loved seeing the breaking point of Katniss too, ending the series with a bang! and killing Snow was an interesting choice for her to make!

The Family Upstairs Lisa Jewell Paperback
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I have read 2 books from Lisa Jewell now and they are excellent reads. I'm so thrilled to have taken up reading lately. This book was easy to follow and I love her writing technique.

The Knife Of Never Letting Go
by Patrick Ness

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I just finished reading The Knife of Never Letting Go. I am a huge fan of dystopian books and this was the one and only reason I started to read it. I’ve already scaled the Maze Runner, Divergent and Hunger Games series and this is the next one I’m going invest in. Its plot is simple yet troubles me at the same time. Its core is so original and intriguing, I’m not sure how no one else thought of this first. The book is based on Noise. The thoughts of men revealed to the world in desperation of spilling their secrets. Men can hear others; women can hear it but can’t be heard.

The Pearl That Broke Its Shell By Nadia Hashimi
by Nadia Hashimi

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My girlfriends and I chose this as our first book club read for the spring. WOW! It was extremely eye opening into a culture that rarely gets spoke about. The history, language and sexism is beyond engaging. But Nadia does an amazing job of twisting two major characters perspectives back in forth throughout the entire book which has her readers on the edge of their seat waiting to see what will happen next.

Stone Cold
by David Baldacci

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Like most baldacci books it reads very quickly. Really two converging stories that makes it difficult to put down. At times I wasn’t sure who the bad guys really were. Lots of killing and violence.

The Boys Of Winter
by Wayne Coffey

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I have always love the movie “Miracle” about the 1980 Olympic hockey team. I remember very well when it happened and the pride that went all around it. While the movie deals primarily with the coach, Herb Brooks, this book goes into great detail about every player on the team. I highly recommend it.

Eragon
by Christopher Paolini

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Seeing Eragon find, and unhinge his simple farm life for a legend after finding a dragon egg brought shivers down my spine! his journey and his bravery really make this story what it is, a story of a hero.

The Jane Austen Society
by Natalie Jenner

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Highly enjoyable (especially, but not limited to fans of Austen)! Set in post-WWII England, the story follows several Austen aficionados, each dealing with their own losses and sorrows.

Riding For The Brand
by Louis Lamour Short Stories Collection

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Didn't think I was an Old West fan but my brother gave me this book and I loved the short stories. They are wonderful. Louis L'Amour knows how to bring his characters to life.


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