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A Reasonable Doubt
by Philip Margolin

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Certainly a lot of promise but the only person who should have been murdered and wasn’t was the prosecuting attorney.

Rapunzel and the Seven Dwarfs A Maynard Moose Tale
by Willy Claflin James Stimson

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A fractured story tale retold using the classics Rapunzel, The Seven Dwarfs and Sleeping Beauty all merged into one fairy tale.

The Book Of Lost Names
by Kristin Harmel

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Well done story of young Jewish woman that helps save children by forgery of documents. Brings alive a terrible time in history of the fears, and atrocities that were done. But also, the courage, love that people demonstrated by being part of the resistance. Fiction based on some historical facts... Though sad, told in a manner that I enjoyed. Ending a little far fetched..but that is okay!

Hideaway
by Nora Roberts

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Interesting, easy and enjoyable read about very likeable characters. Ending a little silly, but still fun to read

The Hazel Wood
by Melissa Albert

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“The Hazel Wood” by Melissa Albert is a YA fantasy fiction novel. I really enjoyed this book because the author does an incredible job at creating a whimsical and intriguing world that was easy to get sucked into. Together, the two main characters create an entertaining and humorous duo that make the story hard not to love. The book is the perfect combination of action and mystery that makes it both engaging and addicting. If you enjoyed stories such as Alice in Wonderland or The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, then you’ll love this, because the Hazel Wood is anything but ordinary. If you’re looking for something different from your normal read, you should definitely give this book a try!

Eleanor And Park
by Rainbow Rowell

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This book is definitely my favorite. It left me on the edge of my seat and wanting more of the book. If you like books that are based on romance then this book is for you. Though it didn't have a happy ending, I still loved the book. If the author makes a sequel I definitely will read it. If you are looking for a book to read Eleanor and Park is the best option.

Renegades
by Marissa Meyer

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“Renegades” by Marissa Meyer is a YA fiction novel. This is the first book of a trilogy and I can say that this is definitely one of my favorite series. I really loved reading this book because it included the perfect amount of fantasy without being too ridiculous. The author created a diverse group of characters each with their own individual traits and personalities, making them easily lovable. There is a really great storyline full of action and drama that will have the reader conflicted with whose side they’re on. I would recommend this to anyone who is into superhero or supernatural stories because the characters in this are anything but ordinary. Overall, this is a very well-written novel that you will definitely become attached to. This book really makes you think about where the line is drawn between good and evil.

Truly Devious
by Maureen Johnson

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"Truly Devious" by Maureen Johnson is a YA fiction mystery novel. I loved this book because it was constantly surprising me with unexpected twists and turns. Every other chapter switches from present-day to the early 1900’s, adding an interesting historical aspect to the novel. The author created a diverse and relatable group of characters that leaves the reader wanting to be their friend. I would recommend this book to anyone who loves murder mysteries and suspense because this book will truly have you on the edge of your seat. Additionally, if you read and enjoy this book, there are two other equally great novels in this series with a third on its way!

The Black Cat
by Edgar Allan Poe

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This is a short story but it's still really good. If you're into horror and true crime stories then this is the perfect story to read. It's from the legendary Edgar Allan Poe so you just know it's going to be spooky but good. Although it's a lot like his other stories in more so a plot sense, it just takes you to a different place in your mind.

The Body In The Woods
by April Henry

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Need something interesting to listen to while on a long car ride or in the middle of a really boring lesson? Lucky for you, “The Body in the Woods” by April Henry is available as an audiobook at the library! This YA mystery is full of suspense and drama that is guaranteed to pique your interest and keep you guessing. The audio component will make you feel like you’re listening to a true crime podcast and adds drama to the story. The book is divided amongst the perspectives of the four main characters. I like this because in addition to the main mystery at hand, you also get to see each character’s individual conflicts. Between all of the secrets and unexpected plot twists, this is the perfect book for those who love a good thriller. If you’ve never listened to an audiobook before, this is the perfect place to start!


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