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#Clearingthehoard Offical List

The official reading this for this year. After gathering all the titles, I think it is a manageable list. It took some time to clear out my Kindle Library of samples, PDF files, and all the other various digital media I had gathered from years of using the app. Like the crazy reader I am, […]

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Tunnel of Bones

Victoria Schwab “It’s hard to believe in ghosts, until you see one, and then it’s hard not to.” Cassidy Blake is back, grounded, but back. Even though Cassidy tried to explain her actions in Scotland, it is no use. Her parents do not believe her. Even though they have some hesitation, Cassidy accompanies them on […]

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Wonder

R. J. Palacio MR. BROWNE’S SEPTEMBER PRECEPT: WHEN GIVEN THE CHOICE BETWEEN BEING RIGHT OR BEING KIND, CHOOSE KIND. Fellow readers have been recommending Wonder for me for years, I didn’t understand why a kid with birth deformities–meh how powerful or impressive could this story be?  Let me tell you, after reading Wonder it has […]

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We Were Brave

Karla M. Jay We Were Brave is a multi-perspective holocaust fiction. The themes are heavy, the characters excellent, and the view of America is eye-opening. I enjoy holocaust fiction and nonfiction, if you do too, I recommend you give We Were Brave a read. Wilhelm Falk is trying to bring light to the crimes of […]

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