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The fifth installment in the continuation of the Millennium Series, created by Stieg Larsson, and a follow-up to The Girl In The Spider Web, David Lagercrantz does really well in carving the story in An Eye For An Eye. The original trilogy, published after Larsson’s death, was overloaded with information, and a lot of readers were likely to get caught …

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Some books stand out on their own, and others are good because of the series they are a part of. But the Jack Reacher series by Lee Child is one mold in which different cookies keep getting cut out of. Midnight Line is the 22nd book in the series, and fits pefectly along the mold…let me …

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I recently finished Unstoppable: My Life So Far by Maria Sharapova, and it was a great read. A young girl from Russia, trying to make it in the competitive tennis world, Maria was transplanted into Florida, with no friends, only her father around, her mother awaiting a Visa, and her showing immense drive and determination …

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The world came to know Professor Robert Langdon in Dan Brown’s The Da Vinci Code, even though that was the second book in the series, after the amazing Angels & Demons. Now, after the Professor of symbology, made famous(er) by Tom Hanks, has explored CERN, Da Vinci, the Freemasons, and Dante, they come to face the age-old questions …

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James Patterson has launched a new line of books, called “BookShots”. The idea behind a BookShot is for them to be less than 150 pages, all story and no fluff, and costing less than $5. Some of the books are part of his regular series’ (such as Cross or Private), but he’s also launched a “BookShots …

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I recently have been exploring the idea of some sort of book sharing program. I bought two books, had them delivered to a couple of people, and the plan was to have them pass it on to the next reader when they were done with it. There were/are a few problems with my plan…the first …

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The Song Rising is the third book in a series by Samantha Shannon, which began with The Bone Season and The Mime Order, and is supposed to include seven books to reach its finale. This series has taken an interesting journey to get to where it is, and I feel like with it we have …

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Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them is the first JK Rowling spin-off movie, and also a screenplay book, similar to The Cursed Child. The book and movie are both magically delicious, filled with all new magical creatures and seeing the wizarding geniuses of Newt Scamander (Eddie Redmayne) and Gellert Grindelwald (Johnny Depp). The tale …

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America’s dorkiest actress has written the dorkiest autobiography/memoir of 2016 and that equals sheer perfection. Anna Kendrick is the teenager we all were, the adult we crave to be, and this book is full of stories we all had (or wish we would have had). From her struggles moving from Maine to NYC to LA …

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Harry Potter’s birthday, as well as that of author J.K. Rowling, came and went this past Sunday, and with it the release of the newest book in the Harry Potter timeline. We’ve had the 7-part series that has since been turned into movies, as well as a library collection of other books, one of which …

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