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Sonic and the Tales of Terror
by Kiel Phegley

The book was great, I wish there were more stories included!

The Searcher
by Tana French

Once a cop, always a cop. You can't outrun who you are the last many years of Cal's life. Cal has decided to retire somewhere in Ireland where he can fix up a house he only saw on the internet. The folks around him are reasonably friendly and his neighbor tries to fix him up with a local woman, Lena. Too bad nothing is as they seem because life isn't the sleepy town as he thought it was.

A Cat Story
by Ursula Murray Husted

A mystical tale of truths and myths (and cats).

Tales From The Haunted Mansion Volume 2: Midnight at Madam Leota's
by Amicus Arcane

Readers are in for a scare with this spine-chilling novel.

The Turn Of The Key
by Ruth Ware

Saw only some of the plot twists coming. So creepy!

Anxious People
by Fredrik Backman

I loved this book! His books always make me both laugh and think about life’s big picture.

by El James Freed As Told By Christian

He's a selfish narcist who learns to be less narcissistic. I'd still run if he tried to date me. Too many red flags.

Dragon Pearl Book
by Yoon Ha Lee

Min’s family is the Fox spirit. They must remain hidden on the barren planet, Jinju because people are mistrustful towards the Fox spirit. She is a middle grader with the fox spirit with much to learn. She is impatient, impetuous, and a very quick thinker. She is an excellent engineer as she does a lot of chores around her home which she and her mother share with her aunties and their children. Her mother forbids her to use her magic and they must hide amongst the humans. Her older brother Jun has gone off to join the Space Forces and an investigator of the Thousand Worlds reveals Jun's disappearance and treachery. An investigator who works for the federation comes to question Min about the letter her brother last wrote to her. What are the hidden clues? Much shape-shifting, taking on someone else’s body, inhibiting the body of a dead ghost, all while trying to get aboard the Space Force, act like she knows what she’s doing and finds her brother, solve the mystery of the missing Dragon Pearl and oh, deal with the White Tiger Captain by the name of Hwan. Fast-paced and very entertaining and full of heart. Highly recommended for middle school-aged kids. It’s written to be a stand-alone novel but because of the success, Yoon Ha Lee has decided to write a follow-up sequel.

Hostage Clare Mackintosh
by Hostage Clare Mackintosh

Fast read

Pretending Holly Bourne
by Holly Bourne

What's in a name? After all the trauma April went through and the horrible dates, why bother? The men are nothing but horrible beasts who take what they want and beat their chest doing what they want when they want. She hates men! She hates the way they use her, not be respectful of her time, and most of all, sexually get what they want and then dump her. Simon, being the last of them, tries to have his way with her and then dumps her but wait for it, "isn't the bad guy" because he just wasn't feeling it but yet still wanted to sleep with her and then buy her breakfast. He didn't even have the decency to clean his place up for her and there are skid marks on his toilet! SO April hates all men. She will take back the power and be someone else. Someone who will take the power and dump the men after she gets what she wants, which is to have a good time. In comes Greta, her alter ego. She is a carefree, fun-loving woman who all men adore and want. She will make you fall for her only to dump you with great glee. Enter Joshua. He is sweet and kind and dang, he rushes things. It is just the man Greta's looking to devour and spit out. Double personalities are fine at first because April is in control. As the deceptions continue, April isn't sure who is truly in control, her or her alter-ego, Greta.
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