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Invisible Girl
by Lisa Jewell

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Pretty good suspense novel. I thought I had it figured out several times but there were enough twists to keep you entertained and surprised. I would definitely recommend this novel and others by Lisa Jewell.

City Shapes Diana Murray
by Diana murray

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Shapes in the city of New York

Five Nights At Freddy's: Fazbear Frights #4
by Scott Cawthon

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This book felt like the Goosebumps series of books by R.L.Stine. Some of the stories had a dark tone, while the others were more light.

The Wrath And The Dawn
by Renee Ahdieh

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This book is honestly soooo good. It had a very different ending than I would’ve been expected, but it was still really good. My thoughts on the book before reading, and then after are so different. I’m about to start the second book, and I can’t wait.

Because Of Mr. Terupt By Rob Buyea
by Rob Buyea

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Amazing book! I’d love to read it with my fifth grade students next year! Really touching and full of great messages and lessons.

Mrs. Miracle
by Debbie Macomber

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A grieving widower with twin boys who just can't get it together. A woman who is betrayed, hurting, and afraid. Until Mrs. Merkle shows up to help. She's a nanny - or is she really an angel in disguise?! The kids call her Mrs. Miracle because her patience, warmth and sass starts transforming their lives and brings love and healing to all of them. It was funny and heartwarming.

Maximum Ride Book 5
by James Patterson

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Great book! the imiges are great and the texes of the book are also great. i over all LIKE it

Stop Calling Me Beautiful
by Phylicia Masonheimer

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Wonderful book. Convicting book. Definitely a read again book but with a hard copy. I plan on purchasing this one. Several things I want to apply.

The Art Of Racing In The Rain
by Garth Stein

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I almost quit listening to this book several times but I am glad I finished it. It was recommended to me and worth the listen. It also made me miss my dog.

Plants Vs Zombies Timepocalypse
by Paul tobin

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The plot