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One Dead Spy
by Nathan Hale

Gave me historical facts from American Revolution that I didn't know

The Stand
by Stephen King

The Stand takes place in a post-apocalyptic world triggered by the breakdown of society following the release of a biological weapon. The weapon is a virulent strain of influenza that decimates the population.

Indoor Grilling
by Dwayne Ridgaway

This book is all about indoor grilling. The recipes have pictures which is a plus. But I find it to be an ordinary cookbook with lots of fried food and fancy presentation. Basically, get a cast iron pan with grill ridges and grill away! I find myself going back to my outdoor grilling cookbooks. It was a cute read and I did enjoy the pictures.

Diary Of A Wimpy Kid Last Straw
by Jeff Kinney

This book is exactly what I have been looking for! I bought all of the books in the set for my little brother, for Christmas, and I couldn't be happier with my find. All of the books were in brand new condition and the prices were unbeatable. I decided I had to get my brother the whole set for Christmas, since they are the only books that he's ever taken an interest in. In fact, not only was he interested in them, he was absolutely enthralled! From start to finish, I think he only put book #1 down to sleep. So, I thought he just has to have the rest of them one, so that he'll keep going. I'm so glad that I found these books.

What Alice Forgot
by Liane Moriarty

This was a fun, easy to read book. Alice, an almost 40 year old mother with too much on her plate, has an accident at the gym and forgets the last decade of her life. She wakes up and views her current life with fresh eyes, and the problems she thought were such a big deal weren't actually that important. This is a good message to send to readers, as it's often easy to get caught up in the trivial aspects of day to day living and forget to appreciate and enjoy each moment. Overall, I would recommend this book for anyone looking for a good beach read.

Dog Man Brawl Of The Wild
by Dav Pilkey

My favorite part was when dog man was saved by his friends from dog jail

How It Feels to Float
by Helena Fox

My professor gave me her advance reader's copy on the last day of classes of the semester, but I didn't start reading it until the summer, lying by the pool and finding my mood matched the protagonist's. Fox tells the story a high school upperclassman, Biz, living with mental illness, figuring out her friendships and using photography to piece together the history of her father's suicide. Fox's language is beautiful, and she clearly enjoys crafting specific sounds and images for the reader; it did feel overwrought at times, but in a way I enjoyed reading. Some sentences were worth returning to just for that. Fox drew me into Biz's mind so well that I was totally engrossed and trusting, and I ended up learning plot points at the same rate that Biz did. That said, though the plot does move forward and didn't feel "slow" at all, we do spend a lot of time in Biz's head and in her characterization. Overall, this is a beautiful and artful book whose buildup of mood will stick with me.

Dragonbreath #5: No Such Thing as Ghosts
by Ursula Vernon

The book is really funny and some humor, when big eddy forced them to go in the haunted house and the friends scared big eddy with some old rope they found and big eddy was running away when he heard the sounds. I would recommend this book.

Black Swan
by Nassim Taleb

This book is so well-written and intelligent. I have to read it slowly and carefully to fully understand the importance of what is being said by the author as it is counter all of the 'patterned behavior' type of thinking we are taught. I like how he weaves personal stories in with dense financial topics to make a really memorable lesson. I am planning to read the rest of his books as well.Great author.

Way of the Warrior Kid: From Wimpy to Warrior the Navy SEAL
by Jocko Willink

Fifth grade was the worst year of Marc’s life. He stunk at gym class, math was too hard for him, the school lunch was horrible, and his class field trip was ruined because he couldn’t swim. But what was most awful thing about fifth grade? Kenny Williamson, the class bully, who calls himself the "King of the Jungle." When Marc's mother tells him that his Uncle Jake is coming to stay for the whole summer, Marc can't wait. Uncle Jake is a for real, super-cool Navy SEAL. And Uncle Jake has a plan. He's going to turn Marc into a warrior. Becoming a warrior isn’t easy. It means a lot of pull ups, sit ups, pushups, squats, swimming, eating right, and studying harder than ever before! Marc transforms himself into a warrior before school starts in the fall – and finally stand up to the King of the Jungle himself,

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