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The Girl On The Train
by Paula Hawkins

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This is an interesting story about a frustrated British divorcée who has a fascinating imagination about relationships. There is some British humor which is rather dry humor. I enjoyed her explanation of different homes she would pass on her train rides. This started out as a fast read, then moderate, then fast again because she started to be more explicit of observations. Yes, this was a fun read!

Dragonslayer Wings Of Fire Legends
by Tui T Sutherland

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I like wings of fire and I’ve always wondered how human society is in the wof universe

The Swap
by Robyn Harding Books

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Definitely kept me turning! Train wreck at its finest.

The Giver Of Stars
by Jojo Moyes

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This book is based on facts that back in 1935 the WPA,with backing from President Franklin and Eleanor, developed traveling libraries to encourage the education of everyone. Around this story line are town people, miners and hill country people and how they get along. The story is a wonderful read along with a little history thrown in. I really enjoyed it.

Quack Quack
by Priddy Books

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The faux fur is really soft and fun to touch.

The Infinite Moment Of Us
by Lauren Myracle

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A perfectly cute love story for those who are looking for a light, easy read.

Sawkill Girls
by Claire Legrand

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Amazing! Very lyrical, and it haunted me long after the last page. A feminist thriller about monsters, secrets, and family. I absolutely love it.

Half Upon A Time
by James Riley

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This book is really good. I can’t stop reading it.

Post Card Killers
by James Patterson

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This is a very cleverly written book about a couple of killers who Research various travelers. They find some innocent travelers in many international cities. The victims are from different countries, types of jobs, various incomes, and no obvious similarities. Then, there is the mystery of from where and from whom, the Post Cards come. I recommend this story to readers who enjoy a different twist on murder mysteries.

The Witches Of St Petersburg
by Imogen Edwards-jones

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Enjoyed the book. A little slow at times, but you enjoyed a fiction version of Russian history, it was a good read.

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