Beautiful Bitch (Beautiful Bastard #1.5) by Christina Lauren
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Maybe Someday...Another book by Colleen Hoover! Expected publication: 2014
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PBHF F BOR. The Sunflower Diary. Sixteen year old Slava Lenski writes about her life during her stay in a Victoria boarding school where she reluctantly conceals her Jewish identity. But the memories of war-torn Poland, her missing sister and the memory of her beloved father intrude. Then the other girls discover her diary and her secret is revealed.
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Hollywood Sins by N.K. Smith. 3 stars. New Adult fiction. follows a young hollywood actress through ups and downs. it had the most satisfying overall journey of a character than i've read in NA for a while. not a fluffy read but worth it. contemporary fiction, netgalley, e-galley, books, novels, fiction, books read in 2014
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15 books to read to cure your Hunger Games hangover. I've read some of these, and they are spot-on and really good!
15 books to read to cure your Hunger Games hangover...book lists - my saviour! I need to remember this.
15 Books to Read to Cure Your Hunger Games Hangover -- YA dystopian novels, not necessarily like Hunger Games. Also a brief list of classic adult dystopian fiction.
15 Books To Read To Cure Your Hunger Games Hangover. Check the blog comments for more suggestions. Sequel to Divergent coming out in May. K can't wait!!
15 Books To Read To Cure Your Hunger Games Hangover..I have read the Maze Runner trilogy too
Most of these are on my to-read list. 15 books to read to cure your Hunger Games Hangover.
15 Books to Read to Cure Your Hunger Games Hangover! #books #list #youngadults
Book ideas for after the Hunger Games.
always love new books :) books-to-read
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Things I've Seen on the Path of Life I'm slowly getting my book listed on goodreads. Now If I can get the cover of the book there I have it made.
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Wolf Pact (Wolf Pact, #1) A spin off series from Melissa de la Cruz's "Blue Blood" series. (Expected Sept 25, 2012).
Stephen Foster, America's Troubadour Another sad and troubled life of a talented creative person. Songs as poetic as Poems of Poe and a life as melancoly as Poe's
The Branches of U.S. Government Bringing history to life. (added 6/12)
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Gates of Paradise (Blue Bloods, #7)
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At times I think to myself, "Drop the book and get stuff done." Then, I laugh and turn the page... #Book #Quote
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Yep, pretty much. Oh, the life of a Bookworm.
I think this all the time. #book #quotes
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Take Our Ultimate Reading Challenge!
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Have you tried this 2015 reading challenge yet? Stop by the library to pick up a bookmark with all the book ideas listed!
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I guess it'll be a 2016 reading challenge!
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Night (The Night Trilogy #1)
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Night. I actually got to hear Elie Wiesel speak at my high school and I walked him and his wife to their car afterwards. He was very nice :)
One of my favorite books. Night, by Elie Wiesel. This is his account of the holocaust as he lived it.
I've read this. Amazing book. The incredible story of Elie Wiesel, Holocaust survivor. I highly recommend this book.
The incredible story of Elie Wiesel, Holocaust survivor. One of the most truly frightening and horrific books I have ever read.
Night by Elie Wiesel;This is Elie Wiesel's true story of his experience in a concentration camp during WWII. The experience is difficult to read and makes it clear why Wiesel chose to spend the rest of his life as a champion for the oppressed and a voice for human rights.
The incredible story of Elie Wiesel, Holocaust survivor. I highly recommend this book. This is the only book that has moved me to tears.
2011 Reading List Favorite Books - Night - hauntingly beautiful...
Not for the tender hearted, but worth reading over and over again!
Night is a sobering and heartbreaking book written by holocaust survivor and Nobel Peace Prize winner Elie Wiesel. In the book he recounts the story of he and his family being taken and sent to concentration camps during Hitler's reign in World War II. Wiesel was originally sent to Auschwitz and then to Buchenwald with…
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This happens to me soooo many times considering the fact that I don't have a favorite book or favorite genre, I just love all books... especially sci-fi and fantasy
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The definition of book hangover= the definition of my life..
This is my struggle after a good book! ~ so true.
Book Hangover is real..Story of my life.
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Bookhangover- SO true!
16 Books To Read Before They Hit Theaters This Year
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time by Mark Haddon. This book has some really excellent first-person perspective. It's told from the point of view of a 15 year old boy with "behavioral problems" (seems like an Autism-spectrum disorder, but it's never specifically diagnosed). The book starts with the murder of a neighbor's dog, which prompts the boy to launch an investigation. Sweet and well-written. Click through for full review.
Christopher John Francis Boone knows all the countries of the world and their capitals and every prime number up to 7,057. He relates well to animals but has no understanding of human emotions. He cannot stand to be touched. And he detests the color yellow.
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The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time by Mark Haddon. This book has some really excellent first-person perspective. Favorite book.
On my reading list! The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time by Mark Haddon. A crime story told from the point-of-view of an autistic boy. His perceptions are as, or more, fascinating than solving the crime!
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time // Mark Haddon Despite his overwhelming fear of interacting with people, Christopher, a mathematically-gifted, autistic fifteen-year-old boy, decides to investigate the murder of a neighbor's dog and uncovers secret information about his mother.
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time by Mark Haddon. A crime story told from the point-of-view of an autistic boy. His perceptions are as, or more, fascinating than solving the crime! the-librarian-s-list-all-time-favorite-books
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time by Mark Haddon book club rating: must read note: language
MY FAVORITE BOOK EVER!!! Bestseller books online The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time Mark Haddon http://www.ebooknetworking.net/books_detail-1400032717.html
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time is a 2003 mystery novel by British writer Mark Haddon. Its title quotes the fictional detective Sherlock Holmes in Arthur Conan Doyle's 1892 short story "Silver Blaze". Haddon and The Curious Incident won the Whitbread Book Awards for Best Novel and Book of the Year, the Commonwealth Writers' Prize for Best First Book, and the Guardian Children's Fiction Prize.
the curious incident of the dog in the night-time by mark haddon. my all time favorite book!
[Book Club Review: Mystery] The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time by Mark Haddon
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Stephen King writes great time travel fiction (inspired by "Time and Again") Awesome book...not your "normal" Stephen King book....
11/22/63...one of my favorite books, so far. Could not put it down. Even if you aren't a Stephen King fan...a great read!
Had to buy this for book club. NOT a Stephen King fan....... It is Cinder Block Huge, so I hope I like it!!
11/22/63 by Stephen King is a 2011 novel about time travel, but rather than focusing on ancient history, it is set in the 1960s. A school teacher is given the power to go back and change the course of history. What would have happened if the JFK murder never took place? Not a huge King fan, but this thriller rocks.
11/22/63 - our book clubs next book - nervous about reading a Stephen King book - but i have heard great things about this one!
I'm not normally a King fan, but I couldn't resist this book. What would happen if a time traveler went back to try and stop the Kenndy assassination?
11/22/63 Stephen King's take on time travel and the JFK assassination. Really compelling. I'm not much of a King fan (nothing against him either - just not my cup of tea) but I REALLY enjoyed this and had a hard time putting it down.
On my must read list...so many books and not nearly enough time...
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The 5th Wave (The 5th Wave, #1)
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The 5th Wave by Rick Yancey | read it on the plane ride to Rome. A very good book, read it for hours!
The 5th Wave - it’s no wonder such an amazing book is anxiously awaiting its very own movie adaptation!
The 5th Wave by Rick Yancey. AMAZING BOOK. But the ending was definitely not the best. Still recommend it though :)
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The 5th Wave by Rick Yancey. Such an amazing book!!
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Welcome to part two of “Books I’ve Neglected to Read,” here are three more books on my shelves that I haven’t gotten the chance to read as of yet. Dorothy Must Die by Daniel…
But if I’m it, the last of my kind, the last page of human history, like hell I’m going to let the story end this way. I may be the last one, but I am the one still standing. I am the one turning to face the faceless hunter in the woods on an abandoned highway. I am the one not running but facing. Because if I am the last one, then I am humanity. And if this is humanity’s last war, then I am the battlefield. Earlier this year, I happened to meet the editor of Rick Yancey's The 5th Wave at the ALA Midwinter Meeting. I'm not exaggerating when I say that she accosted me, and forced The 5th Wave into my hands, despite my protests that I'm not really a science fiction reader and that I had major burnout on post-apocalyptic/dystopian novels.She promised that this one was different, that this wasn't like those other books, that if I liked character-driven stories with lots of moral conundrums, I'd love this book (she clearly had my number on those counts). Then, because I was probably still looking doubtful, she told me that The 5th Wave was her favorite book she'd worked on. There was something that told me that this wasn't a line, that she she loved this book that much. Just a few days later, my curiosity got the best of me and I cracked open The 5th Wave. Let's just say, I never bring print books with me, instead relying on my ereader or Kindle app to read on the go. However, my review copy of The 5th Wave went everywhere with me while I was reading it--it's simply that excellent. The 5th Wave opens after aliens have invaded and attacked Earth. First, electricity was destroyed with an electromagnetic pulse; then the coasts were enveloped by rising seas; next, an Ebola-like plague wiped out much of the population; then, what were effectively alien sleeper cells were activated, and the few remaining humans can't trust anyone. I know what you're thinking: Another post-apocalyptic novel? The 5th Wave isn't just another post-apocalyptic novel. It's it's character-driven, it's complexly-plotted, it's frightening. While The 5th Wave is written in multiple points-of-view, Cassie, the teen narrator of the largest chucks of the novel, is the character whose voice will likely receive the most attention. She's one of the few who's managed to stay alive during the invasion, but not without a high, high cost. She lost her mother to the third wave (the viral infection), her father in the fourth wave and her younger brother is now missing--Cassie is alone in the world, dodging snipers and making life and death decisions in order to survive.
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Looking for a new book series? Here are 25 Series to read if you loved The Hunger Games. #books #bookseries #booklist #hungergames
This is a list of "25 series to read if you love the Hunger Games." While I didn't care for the Hunger Games much at all (although the movie did make me like the book a little better), there are some good books listed here (The Giver, Peter and the Starcatchers, City of Ember, etc.) so I'd like to give some of these others a try.
25 series to read if you love the hunger games but I'm not sure if they are great books. :D The only thing I want to say is that reading books (bad or good) is a fun activity!
25 series to read if you like the Hunger Games. I've read some of these. Others are on my to read list.
25 series to read if you love the hunger games. I need to start getting together my summer reading list.
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25 Series to Read if you LOVE the Hunger Games. Finally a reading list!!!!
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Mitchell wrote this novel because she wanted to show how different women managed to survive the American Civil War. Thus, Melanie, Scarlett, India, and Ellen. These women each coped differently to outlive the greatest war of their century in America, and the fact that Scarlett stood so high above the others is a testament to her larger-than-life validity. Rated 4.17
Gone with the Wind by Margaret Mitchell - My all time favorite book.
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turns out the book is a very different story than the movie. worth reading just for the differences.
Gone With the Wind, one of my all-time favorite books. Margaret Mitchell published only one book in her lifetime, but it was iconic!
'Gone With The Wind' - Margaret Mitchell's best-selling Pulitzer prize winning novel about the American civil war
Gone with the Wind by Margaret Mitchell - ******My all time favorite book.- First read this @ age 10 ******
Download Gone with the Wind Online You can read at: http://dabogobook.ga/hek3hm6-tn about Gone with the Wind book online: This book is writen by Margaret Mitchell. This Gone with the Wind book is telling about Margaret Mitchell's epic novel of love and war won the Pulitzer Prize and one of the most popular and celebrated movies of all time. Many novels have been written about the Civil War and its aftermath. None take us into the burning fields and cities of the American South as Gone With
Gone with the wind it's a classic book , perfect for any children after 12 years .
Gone With the Wind, my all time favorite book/movie!!
One of my favorite books and favorite movie :)
Reading has always been a constant in my life. Since I could talk, I've known how to "read"...aka memorize books and flip the pages while reciting what I knew from memory. I have many memories from my childhood that stem from reading. In first grade, there was the book cave...a few tables pushed together with a black sheet draped over them and flashlights scattered inside. I also remember my mom reading to my brother & I during bath time every night. I've always been captivated by the art of words & storytelling. In high school I would sometimes stay home rather than hanging out with my friends, because I was so engrossed in a story #nerdalert! Okay, I still do that now... My love for reading has only grown as I've gotten older. So today I want to share with you some books that are on my ever-growing "To Read" list :) one. Gone with the Wind by Margaret Mitchell Not sure why I haven't read this yet? I really need to get with the times. two. The Great Gatsy by F. Scott Fitzgerald I read this in high school, but I want to reread it since the movie is coming out soon! three. The Book Thief by Markus Zusak I keep seeing this book all over the place, so I should probably give it a go. four. Pure by Julianna Baggott The first in a series that was recommended to me by Sara. five. Midnight Sun by Stephenie Meyer This is an incomplete work; one of the drafts got leaked online in 2008 so Meyer postponed finishing it. It is Twilight but from Edward's point of view. six. Bossypants by Tina Fey I've been wanting to read this book because Tina Fey is hilarious, and Sara's post pushed me over the edge to finally add it to my list! seven. The Hobbit by J.R.R Tolkien Adam is by no means a reader but is so excited about this book becoming a movie so I need to hurry up and read it before the movie comes out! eight. Sisterhood Everlasting by Ann Brashares #5 in The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants series...I wasn't aware that there was a 5th one! Apparently it talks about the girls' lives after 10 years have gone by. nine. A Voice in the Wind by Francine Rivers Redeeming Love (also by this author) is one of my all time favorite books, so I want to read this one! This is the first one in the Mark of the Lion series...I want to read them all. ten. Explosion in Paris by Linda Masemore Pirrung I know nothing about this book, but I keep seeing it on GoodReads and the reviews that it received are through the roof! Are there any books that you've read that you think I just can't go on without reading?! I'd love to hear about them! All images via GoodReads
The Maze Runner (Maze Runner, #1)
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YA Book Review: The Maze Runner by James Dashner. I didn’t see the ending coming (especially the part involving Gally). I was really pleased with how the author ended the story. Recommended for readers who enjoy reading books with Adventure, Fantasy, Science Fiction, Young Adult - Series - 5 Stars. Click through to my blog to read the full review!
~on my books to read list The Maze Runner series: The Maze Runner, The Scorch Trials, The Death Cure (will be a movie in 2014)
The Maze Runner series: The Maze Runner, The Scorch Trials, The Death cure, The Kill Order OMFGG! I LOVE THE MAZE RUNNER!!! It's my favorite book EVER and I love both the book and the movie♥♥♥ If u haven't read it yet, well U should.
The Maze Runner. Awesome book. I love the way James Dashner writes it. if you like the Hunger Games, you would probably like this
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The Maze Runner- James Dashner. Such and amazing book. If you like The Hunger Games trilogy, you'll like this trilogy.
The Maze Runner series by James Dashner, read this with my son recently, wow! Good book, kept me guessing to the end.
The Maze Runner series by James Dashner: great story. It is always kind of fun to read these young adult stories since they are so entertaining. Quick and easy read, definitely a page turner.
The Maze Runner series by James Dashner - I didn't really like this book by it's the kind of book that makes you want to rasa the next 2 in the trilogy just to find out what happens.
The Distant Hours
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A video book review of The Distant Hours by Kate Morton. One of the top picks from ITS librarians for your book club to read.
The Distant Hours by Kate Morton NEW FAVORITE AUTHOR and the audiobooks, unabridged by Bolinda audio, read by Caroline Lee are incredible!!!
The Distant Hours...This is a hauntingly beautiful gothic novel centred around a castle in Kent, England; three enticingly eccentric sisters, and a hundred rooms smothered in mystery.
The Distant Hours by Kate Morton-- just finished this book. I never quite had the mystery figured out and it definitely surprised me. Like a modern gothic novel.
The Distant Hours ~ by Kate Norton....a hauntingly beautiful gothic novel centred around a castle in Kent, England; three enticingly eccentric sisters, and a hundred rooms smothered in mystery. Enjoyed Morton’s brilliant wordcraft.
Goodreads | The Distant Hours by Kate Morton - Reviews, Discussion, Bookclubs, Lists No matter how my Kate Morton books I read, I always enjoy them.
The Distant Hours - Kate Morton is turning into my favorite author! LOVE her stuff!!
Kate Morton is waaaaay up there on my list of favorite contemporary authors. I loved The House at Riverton, and I think I love The Distant Hours even more. The novel begins with a lost bag of mail and a letter delivered to Edie's mother 40 years too late. Edie is fascinated to learn that her stodgy mother once lived in a castle with a famous author and his three daughters. From here the novel journeys to Milderhurst Castle, past and present, and into the lives of the three spinster sisters: Juniper, Percy, and Saffy. Edie and her mother are also wrapped up in the story, as are a cast of other characters who skirt on the edges of their lives. The Distant Hours is a gothic novel full of mystery, suspense, romance, and hauntings. It isn't a ghost story, but it feels like one in a heart-palpitating, edge-of-your-seat kind of way. Morton is a superb writer and mesmerizing storyteller. Her prose is lyrical and her characters so well-drawn that I can still see them clearly, weeks after finishing the book. This is one of those books that I thought about during the day and couldn't wait to get to in the evenings. I read the last part slowly, reluctant to come to the end and leave the fascinating Blythe sisters. Morton manages to let the castle keep some secrets and yet tie up the stories in a satisfying way, and I love that. Although the story is terribly sad in many ways, she manages to wrap it all up in an optimistic fashion. She does a masterful job balancing the haunting quality of the book with the practicality of modern day Edie, who is a young woman scorned in love. I highly recommend this novel! Fortunately, I still have one more Morton novel, The Forgotten Garden, to enjoy.
If you read my last review of Kate Morton's The Forgotten Garden, then you know I loved it. Now I'm slightly obsessed with Kate Morton, which is why I wasted no time going to the library for another Morton book. Her plot twists, character description, and writing style did not disappoint, and I'm still just as much a fan after reading book #2 as I was reading book #1. (Note: I say book #1 and #2, but these are not part of a series; don't be confused.) There were many plot similarities--a back-and-forth timeline, a mystery to untangle, a hint of romance. I assume these are devices she uses in most, if not all, of her books. Ultimately, although I liked The Distant Hours, I definitely liked The Forgotten Garden better. If you're going to choose one, I'd recommend that latter. The Distant Hours was a bit slower, in my opinion. I didn't move through it quite as quickly, and it took a bit of time to really get into. Also, I thought the ending was much more depressing than that of The Forgotten Garden. (Although, I had a friend tell me she didn't like Garden because she thought it was depressing, so I wonder what she'd think of The Distant Hours.) Still, I did very much enjoy The Distant Hours, and I would recommend it to anyone looking for an historical fiction packed with mystery and romance. It started slow, but by the end I was turning the pages quickly. Something that Morton incorporated into this book as well as Garden was a story within a story. In the novel, there's a character who writes a book, and that book plays an important role in the rest of the plot. I find this so fun and creative, because not only is Morton coming up with the story I'm reading, but she created another story inside that story. Anyway, I'm excited to read another Kate Morton book, but I'm currently taking a break to reread the Anne of Green Gables series. These are my favorite books of all time. Absolute favorite. I've read the first book more times than I care to count, but it's been a while since I've reread the series in its entirety. I'm about halfway through book 1 now, and, to use the cliche, it's very much like meeting up with an old friend. After I finish Anne, I'll probably take another recommendation from my summer reading list. AND, I still have part 2 of book 5 of George R.R. Martin's Game of Thrones series, so my to-read list is getting a bit ridiculous. Are you on Goodreads? Friend me! Have you read both The Forgotten Garden and The Distant Hours? Which did you like better? What are you currently reading?
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"Oh, my girls, however long you may live, I never can wish you a greater happiness than this." ~ Little Women, Louisa May Alcott
Little Women by Louisa May Alcott. "I am not afraid of storms, for I am learning how to sail my ship.” One of my all time favorite books!
One of my all time favorite books. I love how much the March sisters care for each other! ♥️
I think this is my favorite book of all time. I actually reread it, many times. Little Women
Little Women (Little Women, #1) One of my all time favorite books, ever!
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Little Women- my childhood favorite.
Another favourite book.
Hello fellow readers! It might not seem like it, but I have been reading all Summer long. While I don't remember every book I finished this Summer, there are some that stick out in my mind that I will share with you here. The first is my all time favorite book ever: Little Women. I had started this book a while ago and finally finished it while camping in New York this summer. I don't know if I had only read abridged versions or if I had just forgotten some of the details of the book, but there definitely seemed to be some additions that I had never read before, which was a surprise bonus! I love reading a book I have read before and discovering new details and treats! Another book/book series I read (and am currently finishing) is the Mistborn Series by Brandon Sanderson. I initially picked up Mistborn because the book club I am in was reading it. It is definitely not a book I would have picked up on my own. But that's the beauty of book clubs! They open your eyes to new books that you never would have read otherwise. I'm glad I purchased this book and decided to read it! It is AMAZING! The series follows Vin and her group of friends as they try to overthrow their ruler and establish a new government. Vin has "magic" powers that she discovers and perfects with the help of her mentor and friend Kelsier. I am currently reading the 3rd book in the series and have yet to be disappointed. The second book starts out a bit slow, but DON'T GIVE UP! I have also read a few books on couponing as I am trying to get better at it. I won't bore you with those details, but if you are interested in learning more or want to know the books I read just let me know! I am currently reading Now I See You by Nicole Kear for my book club. So far I am enjoying it, although there is some language. I'm not opposed to cursing, but sometimes I feel like it is a bit unnecessary. While I know that there are some things that can only be expressed with a well placed expletive, the extent to which she swears is starting to annoy me. I think that writers especially should be able to express themselves and their emotions more eloquently than using curse words every other line. I am willing to ignore it because this is a memoir and not a book written by a well established author. That is my only criticism so far. I will be sure to blog about Now I See You and will do my best to stay up to date with my blogging from here on out. I've had a busy summer, which you can read about here. Here's to recommitting myself to blogging! Happy reading! ~Tara
7 great books for personal growth that are good enough to read on the beach.
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7 great books for personal growth that are good enough to read during Christmas vacation. (Great for New Year's resolution inspiration!)
7 great books for personal growth that are good enough to read on the beach like... Quitter: Closing the Gap Between Your Day Job and Your Dream Job, Jon Acuff -
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7 great books for personal growth that are good enough to read during your Christmas vacation.
For those New Year's resolutions: 7 great books for personal growth.
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The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern - The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern was such a beautiful read about a circus that comes to town randomly and is open only from dusk to dawn. Also, Celia and Marco are swept up in a challenge where they are unsure of all the rules. . . Written with the most beautiful imagery, I literally want to start wearing only black and white with a red accent piece.
loved it. read it. need to re-read.
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The circus arrives without warning. No announcements precede it. It is simply there, when yesterday it was not. Within the black-and-white striped canvas tents is an utterly unique experience full of breathtaking amazements. It is called Le Cirque des Rêves, and it is only open at night.” ― Erin Morgenstern, The Night Circus My favorite book!!
A video book review of The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern. One of the top picks from In the Stacks librarians for your book club to read.
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Book clubs say: "Brilliant, Beautiful, Fantastic"...The circus arrives without warning. No announcements precede it. It is simply there, when yesterday it was not. Within the black-and-white striped canvas tents is an utterly unique experience full of breathtaking amazements. It is called Le Cirque des Rêves, and it is only open at night.
The Night Circus book cover | I'm really enjoying this book. I wish my lady friends would read it with me so we could have a book club-type themed get-together to talk about it and decorate and eat circus food. ♥ @Kelly Teske Goldsworthy L., @Elizabeth Lockhart Wyatt, @Emily Schoenfeld Bishop I'm looking at you...
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Most original book I've read in a long time. Very popular with my bookclub.
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Narnia, Lord of the Rings, Percy Jackson, The Hunger Games, The Mortal Instruments, and Harry Potter... My best friends
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Narnia. Lord of the Rings. Percy Jackson. Hunger Games. Mortal Instruments. Harry Potter.<~~ I am on the verge of tears...
Narnia, Lord of the Rings, Percy Jackson, The Hunger Games, The Mortal Instruments, and Harry Potter. and they are my best friends, they know me, and I know them!
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