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To Kill a Mockingbird by: Harper Lee

I read this book twice in school and the second time I read it, I got an even more greater understanding out of it. I know that’s a common thing like, each time you re-read a book you usually get something new out of it, but I really did. 87 more words

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Seventeen years after Johnathon Parker murdered her mother, hybrid witch, Emmalyn Evans, gets sick of her father’s overprotective, distant ways, so she runs away in search of adventures with her aunt and uncle. 256 more words

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If I Stay

From Natasha Kissoonlall

Title:  If I Stay

Author:  Gayle Forman

This was an okay read. I found parts of it to be boring.

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Finding My Tribe by Amanda Miska

I have a secret fear that I will never be really really good at writing because I’m an extrovert. I know very few other writers who are also extroverted (I did a very scientific Twitter survey that estimates maybe one or two in every ten writers, maybe less). 1,072 more words

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Seven; or Love blooms in Glenaberham.

Rita, formerly known as Teapot, moved into the flat above the bookshop the day after she was married to live with her husband, Mr P F Marks. 604 more words

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Bleachers

From Rajendra Kissoonlall

Title:  Bleachers

Author:  John Grisham

A slight disappointment for a John Grisham novel.  I was looking for a deeper plot, more twists and intrigue.  Nevertheless, a decent book

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