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    130. Anno Dracula: The Bloody Red Baron by Kim Newman

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    Positively tiny in comparison to 1Q84, this tale follows a young man who feels like he fades into the background, more like an observer in his own life, especially once he is cut off from his closest high school friends (all who have colors in their names) with no explanation. He goes on a pilgrimage through time, space, and dreams to find out what happened. It all seems straight forward, but in the end, I started to wonder what was real and what was imagined in his telling of the story.

    Terrier by Tamora Pierce – What a refreshing young adult read. A female protagonist with brains, grit, and a personality. Really quite a fun series to read.

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    Desert Solitaire - Edward Abbey

    A young Japanese hitwoman goes down a rabbit hole in 1984 Tokyo, and finds herself on the other side of the looking glass in a world she calls 1Q84. At 925 pages, this is definitely long-form storytelling. Murakami enthralls with this narrative that is full of surprises, magic, and peril. Characters, conversations, and places loop and whorl - intertwining and reflecting each other in pleasant patterns. I felt like book 3 lost its way a bit. But the first 2 books? Wow!

    Bram Stoker's Dracula

    Carriger, Gail. Soulless. New York: Orbit, 2009. Shields Library PS3603 A77448 S68 2009

    Roald Dahl's Matilda. "This is why libraries are magical."

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    "The Thirteenth Tale" by Diane Setterfield.

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