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Unicorn Day
by Diana Murray

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It was really really good and it makes me very happy.

Blindsighted
by Karin Slaughter

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This book was fast paced with a twisty ending that I didn't see coming. There was some police procedural, along with some interesting interrogation scenes, and the story was set in the south, reminding me of the first season of the show True Detective. It's a small town atmosphere where everyone knows everyone's business, so that was fun. I think the best part of this story though, was the characters. There was a lot of personal relationships with some family drama with these really great flawed characters. They were like real people, and I can't wait to read the next book in the series.

Widget and the Puppy
by Lyn Rossiter McFarland

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I really really liked it!

Prairie Day
by Laura Ingalls Wilder

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I really loved it!

Washington Black
by Esi Edugyan

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This book told the story George Washington Black, a young slave who departs life on a sugar plantation aboard a cloud cutter. His story unfolds over the years as he journeys the globe, avoiding a bounty hunter, honing his artistic and scientific knowledge, and falling in love. At every turn, the color of his skin is a barrier to his success or a threat to his life, but his thirst for knowledge and wonder at the world see him through.

The Very Impatient Caterpillar
by Ross Burach

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It was kind of funny.

Fortune And Glory Janet Evanovich
by Janet Evanovich Stephanie Plum Series

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Always a fun mystery and hysterical dialogue.

The Case of the Missing Donut
by Alison Mcghee

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It was ok.

Southernmost
by Silas House

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Southernmost by Silas House follows former preacher Asher Sharp as he flees his former home with his son, Justin, after losing him in a custody battle. Asher finds safety in Key West as he searches for the brother he betrayed years earlier. As he comes to terms with his new found beliefs about the world and God, Asher must also come to terms with what he has done and the consequences of his actions. Beautiful pros that encapsulate a human's struggle with faith, love, and human connection. House also does a lovely job creating a believable setting, from the terrifying floods of Tennessee to the sticky heat of Key West, and believable characters you can't help but relate to. I would recommend this title for anyone who loves literary, Southern fiction.

Fiercombe Manor
by Kate Riordan

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I loved this book. This is one of those historical titles that you take your time with, not a fast read. I wanted to let the words soak in and be absorbed. The closer I got to the end, I didn’t want to stop reading but I didn’t want it to end either. The way the author weaves between the decades is amazing! The ending is a bit dark, but this novel was so good. I really could relate to Alice. She was such an innocent character just trying to find her way and stumbled along making mistakes. Also this novel did not have too many characters, but just enough. All the characters were likable, but Alice was my favorite!