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Thunder an elephants journey
 
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Stranger Abduction
 
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" A GRIPPING STORY  Inspired by Actual Facts The story..."
Ghost Hunter: Blood Ties
 
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" Wonderful read. I've read a lot of ghost stories..."
Treasures of the Fourth Reich
 
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" A Titian, a Bruegel, and a panel from the..."
Charlene the Star
 
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" This is a wonderful story for both adults and..."
Charlene the Star
 
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" What a delightful children's book! Charlene is born into..."
My  Life at Sweetbrier-A Life Changed by Horses
 
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" At birth, her parents were told that Deanie would..."
The Novice Ghost Hunter
 
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" Excellent start to Mals journey of ghost hunting and..."
Gun Kiss
 
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Confessions of a Beantown Sports Junkie
 
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" A book full of entertaining stories full of memories..."
Fathers and Sons-Sports and Life
 
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" Who doesn't love a story about a life that..."
Dream Job
 
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" This is a wild and wacky book all right,..."
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    I haven’t been this enamored of a YA fantasy for a good while. Asper is beautifully written. Although it’s Rhonda...
    I haven’t been this enamored of a YA fantasy for a good while. Asper is beautifully written. Although it’s Rhonda Smiley’s debut novel, she’s done plenty of screenwriting in the past, and it... I haven’t been this enamored of a YA fantasy for a good while. Asper is beautifully written. Although it’s Rhonda Smiley’s debut novel, she’s done plenty of screenwriting in the past, and it shows. The book is positively cinematic, richly described, and just about impossible to put down. The author really knows how to crank up the suspense, and there were more than a few moments that left me with my heart pounding and my fingers desperately flipping the page. (Or something like that. Swiping. eReaders, you know.) The sheer depth of this novel is what launched it to the top ranks of my list of favorites. The characters are rich with conflict and indecision, but my true favorite was the villian – or, better yet, the fact that it’s really hard to tell who the villain is. The main conflict of Asper (no spoilers, no spoilers) is so layered and well-crafted that it really did leave me pondering. Who’s in the right? What even is ‘right’? It’s fun not knowing if the hero will succeed, but not knowing if they’re even fighting the right battle? It was captivating, refreshing, and not something I find often in the YA shelves. There is a slight snag, though it didn’t come until the very last page. The ending. The book doesn’t feel unfinished, but it does feel like there’s a chapter missing – the denouement is just a little too abrupt, a little too open for that sequel which may or may not follow. All I’m asking for is an epilogue. That quibble is nowhere near enough to dissuade me from wholeheartedly recommending Asper to any and all lovers of fantasy looking for something a bit different. By Ashley, Bookish Creature  http://bookishcreature.com/asper-rhonda-smiley/  More
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    Since everyone has been a kid, this book relates to us all. There is some of Conner in all of us. No child should have to...
    Since everyone has been a kid, this book relates to us all. There is some of Conner in all of us. No child should have to wrestle with all of the emotion and turmoil displayed so vividly by this... Since everyone has been a kid, this book relates to us all. There is some of Conner in all of us. No child should have to wrestle with all of the emotion and turmoil displayed so vividly by this author. Yet many do. Some even survive to adulthood. I recommend this book to anyone with a child and anyone that has been a child, Re-live some of those insecurities. Thank God you overcame some of them; Recognize the weaknesses and strengths that are in us all, no matter our age. I am looking forward more of Conner's story in "Between Pieces". By John Williamson July 3, 2014https"> https://www.amazon.com/gp/customer-reviews/R2R97RO6GQTYRF/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B00MTCWK5K">https://www.amazon.com/gp/customer-reviews/R2R97RO6GQTYRF/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B00MTCWK5K More
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    Two scientists are found murdered, and their research was deadly. Investigative reporter Whitney Steel finds herself in a race...
    Two scientists are found murdered, and their research was deadly. Investigative reporter Whitney Steel finds herself in a race against time to prevent a virus being released. With her FBI Agent... Two scientists are found murdered, and their research was deadly. Investigative reporter Whitney Steel finds herself in a race against time to prevent a virus being released. With her FBI Agent husband, Blake, Whitney fights enemies they thought had been removed from their lives for good. In the process, they face startling new revelations about Whitney’s past that could change everything and threaten the newlyweds’ happiness forever. Will they be able to prevent the virus from being unleashed and keep their personal lives together? "Resurrect" is a suspense-thriller worthy of the name. Kim Cresswell has written a seat-of-the-pants story that will keep readers guessing until the very end. Being the third book in the series, there are a few aspects of character background that are missing if readers haven’t read the previous books. However, there is enough information to easily follow what’s going on. The well-crafted and descriptive action scenes are exciting and keep the pace moving quickly. Whitney and Blake are both strong and engaging characters and for those who haven’t read the previous books, it will be good to go back and see how it all began. The plot moves at a brisk, page-turning pace, and readers will want to read more from this talented author." Lynn-Alexandria McKendrick (reviewer, InD’Tale February 2018 issue of InD’Tale Magazine More
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    This is a wonderful book that introduced me to the great work by Danielle Bernock. Well worth the read - very much from the...
    This is a wonderful book that introduced me to the great work by Danielle Bernock. Well worth the read - very much from the heart as are all of Danielle's books. Also highly recommended is... This is a wonderful book that introduced me to the great work by Danielle Bernock. Well worth the read - very much from the heart as are all of Danielle's books. Also highly recommended is Emerging With Wings. John Folkes  https://www.amazon.com/Bird-Named-Payn-Danielle-Bernock-ebook/dp/B076YHJ36Y/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1520374471&sr=8-2&keywords=Danielle+Bernock#customerReviews  More
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    This book takes you in and doesn't let go. For a first book this author has my full and utter attention. If she can...
    This book takes you in and doesn't let go. For a first book this author has my full and utter attention. If she can continue this storytelling she has in this book, then we have an author to be... This book takes you in and doesn't let go. For a first book this author has my full and utter attention. If she can continue this storytelling she has in this book, then we have an author to be watched. Thank you for this book and please keep going with your imagination. It is truly a gift. - My Reading Addiction  http://myaddictionisreading.blogspot.com/2018/03/blog-tour-war-queen-by-jmrobison-review.html  More
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    Reviewed by Jamie Michele for Readers' Favorite White: Dark of Winter Origins Short Story, #2 by Christopher Percy is a dark...
    Reviewed by Jamie Michele for Readers' Favorite White: Dark of Winter Origins Short Story, #2 by Christopher Percy is a dark fantasy centered around two characters, Godin (age 19) and Keddic (age... Reviewed by Jamie Michele for Readers' Favorite White: Dark of Winter Origins Short Story, #2 by Christopher Percy is a dark fantasy centered around two characters, Godin (age 19) and Keddic (age 7). Despite growing up with warnings about the dangers of wandering off, the two venture away from the safety of their home in Sumner, driven by a macabre curiosity and - like some youths before them - a desire to experience a rite of passage. After moving through the wreckage of neighboring Baern, Godin acknowledges that they are lost. Before they have time to come up with an escape plan, the mist rolls over them and they are confronted by the bodies of others frozen in death, and an onslaught of charging ogres that aim to cut Godin and Keddic down in a manner that conforms with all that surrounds life outside of Sumner. Godin and Keddic aren't only in the path of the ogres, but in the Dark of Winter's path of destruction. White: Dark of Winter Origins Short Story, #2 by Christopher Percy is instantly engrossing. It's unusual to find a short story that packs such a punch, but a combination of layered storytelling and fleshed-out characters makes its pages feel like the tale is far longer. This is my first dip into Percy's Dark of Winter world and it left me wanting more. If the intent is to grab a reader and hold on with a forceful, supernatural grip...mission accomplished. I recommend this story to all those readers who love an enthralling tale, but offer an equal warning: you won't be able to slip away so easily, so make sure you have time for the whole adventure. If this short story is any indication of what's to come, I have no doubt it'll be worth it.  https://readersfavorite.com/book-review/white/1  More
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    ByAnne Mitchellon September 9, 2014 Format: Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase...
    ByAnne Mitchellon September 9, 2014 Format: Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase  https://www.amazon.com/review/R2HW7VWZECHQTN/ref=cm_cr_srp_d_rdp_perm?ie=UTF8&ASIN=1500579920 Passport to Happiness by... ByAnne Mitchellon September 9, 2014 Format: Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase  https://www.amazon.com/review/R2HW7VWZECHQTN/ref=cm_cr_srp_d_rdp_perm?ie=UTF8&ASIN=1500579920 Passport to Happiness by Debbie White is a wonderful romantic story. The main character, Jessica, is very lovely and sympathetic. She lived with her mom in a hot and dusty little town. The relationship between single mother and her daughter is one of the strongest themes of this novel. For me it was a captivating reading, as I was raised in very similar situation. It is interesting that often kids of single parents do much better than kids of married parents. It was a study of hundreds of teenagers that showed single parents were friendlier to their kids than were married parents. Any way in spite of financial difficulties I was a happy child, the same as this lovely character Jessica. Thank you Debbie White for this sweet and captivating story! More
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