Fiction

Evenings at the Argentine Club

I wish I could review this book in one word “AMAZING” but I can’t.  Evenings at the Argentine Club is a beautifully written book that shows you what it is like to be a child of an Argentine immigrant in the United States and to want a life of your own.  Beginning on Independence Day (Argentina) s... Read more
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The Looking Glass Wars: Arch Enemy

Alyss is impatiently still without her power of imagination. The caterpillars thread is long gone but the effects are still strong and even The Heart Crystal is having difficulty regaining it’s strength.... Read more
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Beat the Reaper

In Josh Bazell’s Beat the Reaper WITSEC (that’s Witness Protection) informant Pietro Brwna has turned from a hired hitman to a surgeon at one of the worst hospitals in Manhattan.... Read more
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Thirsty

Christopher has enough problems in his life; trying to get up the courage to talk to the beautiful Rebecca, getting good grades, fitting in with his friends, basic growing up issues. But in a split second all that changes when he starts to realize that he is becoming a vampire.... Read more
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The Hunger Games

Audiobooks are fantastic. You get the enjoyment and satisfaction of the in-depth story telling that books offer, without the minor frustration of actually having to read. It’s a beautiful thing! ... Read more
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The Evil That Men Do: A Jackson Donne Novel

Stripped of his private investigator’s license and slumming it as a night security guard at a Jersey storage facility, Jackson Donne thinks he’s finally hit rock bottom.  Then the bottom really falls out: The sister he hasn’t seen in years shows up, needing help.... Read more
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Blue Smoke and Murder

Just like many romantic suspense novels, Blue Smoke and Murder by Elizabeth Lowell features a female character who seeks for help, and a male character that is called to protect her. I have never read any of the St. Kilda Consulting series, but don’t worry, this title is a standalone book. ... Read more
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Burger Wuss

If you have forgotten what being a teenager in love feels like this book will quickly remind you. The main character is a sixteen year old boy named Anthony, who after experiencing his first broken heart has decided to get revenge on the person he feels is responsible.... Read more
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Beginner's Greek

The book Beginner's Greek by James Collins was very surprising. After reading the prologue I was sure that the book was going to be a basic run of the mill love story. t as I read I began to see that not only was this a love story but it was one that was superbly written.... Read more
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King of the Pygmies

When I read “When fifteen-year-old Penn starts to hear voices, he is terrified” on the back of the book “King of the Pygmies” by author Jonathon Scott Fuqua, I got excited. Is it a curse or a blessing to be able to read other people’s minds?... Read more
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