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The Book Eaters
by Sunyi Dean





Not bad, but it was disappointing how little the fascinating premise was explored.

An instant guide to horses
by David Burn and Cecilia Fitzsimons





This book was well written and informational. it has a lot of different kinds of horses and what they're used for. It is also very intriguing to read. While I dont think many people that dont love horses would enjoy it, I reccomend it to horse lovers. It was a very fast read.

I Remember Nothing
by Nora Ephron





I Remember Nothing by Nora Ephron is a true collection of interesting stories about her life as a writer, the interesting characters she has met in her life, her divorce, her feelings about the evolution of email, her life as a journalist, and many other great tidbits. Recommend.

The Lost Metal
by Brandon Sanderson





While the second era has never been my favorite in the Mistborn series, this was quite the smashing end. Lots of escalations of the larger scale plots across the entire Cosmere that are very satisfying.

Dirty Thirty
by Janet Evanovich





Dirty Thirty by Janet Evanovich is another hilarious installment of the Stephanie Plum series. Stephanie and Lula are trying to solve the mystery of who stole some jewelry from Trenton’s favorite jewelry store while taking care of Morelli’s dog Bob. Big surprise at the end! Recommend.

American Housewife
by Helen Ellis





American Housewife by Helen Ellis is a collection of stories attempting to answer the age old question to housewives, what do you DO all day? I thought a few stories were hilarious like the book club ladies, but too many were just strange.

City Of Fallen Angels
by Cassandra Clare





I enjoyed reading this book!

Inside Outside Upside Down
by Stan Berenstain





Fun book!

Code (audio)
by Kathy Reichs





I thoroughly enjoyed this addition to the Virals series. The stakes are higher than before. This time, the mystery was more intense. The character building was great in this one and the conclusion had me shook. I was not expecting such a delightful book!

Linger
by Maggie Stiefvater





This was a very interesting Seuqel.I thoroughly enjoyed this installment in Stiefvater's series. Shiver is the first book that begins this magical journey up north in the U.S.. In this tr ale, werewolves are reluctant and change based on the weather... or maybe not? With a lot of suspense, Maggie manages to entangle a story of love and a deep curse with an impossible cure into these books.