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The Outsiders
by S.E. Hinton

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I feel that this is a very excellent book. This book is a amazing journey through the eyes of the main character after an major event. I would recommend this book for mature middle schoolers.

Nimona
by Noelle Stevenson

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I loved it so much! It had an even amount of emotion as well as action, which I feel like is hard for some graphic novels. I love Nimona herself - from her pink hair to her attitude and shape shifting. The only part that gets me is the sad ending :”(. But I guess that’s a part of what makes the book great, right? :)

The Prince And The Dressmaker
by Jen yang

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An interesting twist on the traditional fairy tale, but it resolved too quickly in an unlikely fashion.

A Lesson In Secrets Jacqueline
by Jacqueline Winspear

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Though I’m a fan of the Maisie Dobbs series, this is my least favorite so far. This book has maisie becoming involved in the British equivalent to our CIA or Secret Service and at times becomes bogged down in unnecessary details. Still I like the series and will read on because they are generally very informative and draw a quite interesting picture of life in the first decades of the twentieth century in England and Europe.

Rebecca
by Daphne Du Maurier

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Parts were excellent and really compelling, while others dragged. Ultimately, I disliked almost all the characters, making it hard to like the book as a whole.

The Friends We Keep
by Jane Green Books

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An enjoyable story of three people who meet and university in 1963 and where there lives go from there.

China Rich Girlfriend
by Kevin Kwan

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Enjoyable beach reading. Loved the characters and laughed out loud at times.

Shadows on the ivy
by Lea Wait

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Two generous donors contributing a gym and also a house where single parents can live with their kids while attending college should set the scene for quite a bit of happiness. When what follows is tragedy, Professor Maggie Summers, historian and print dealer, feels called to get to the truth.

Southern Lady Code
by Helen Ellis

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Ellis's essays reveal glimpses of life lived differently. My favorite line was in "Halloween," " I've yet to begin to embarrass you. "

Simon Vs The Homosapien Agenda
by Becky Albertalli

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Great teen book. So lighthearted and kind. You really fall in love with Simon as a character.
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