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The Book of Two Ways
by Jodi Picoult

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Did not like. Could not finish this book. Hard for me to relate to a woman who survives a plane crash and doesn't go home to her husband and daughter.

The Alchemist Paulo Coelho
by Paulo Coelho

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A book to fall in love with. One of those amazing and life changing books that helps you love yourself.

Weather Or Not
by Nancy Day

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Cool book, lots of info

Gambel's Quail
by Lynn Kaufman

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Gambel's Quail live in our neighborhood and I wanted a short book to tell me about their behavior. This book was well-written, entertaining, and provided just what I needed.

The Last Unicorn
by Peter S Beagle

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One of those books that is impossible to put down once started. A beautifully real fantasy.

Ghosts Of Gold Mountain
by Gordon H. Chang

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This is a well researched book about the Chinese who built the Transcontinental Railroad. Chang made the people of this place and time really come alive. Even when many records are lost to history, he was able to create a in depth portrait of their lives and experience. I really appreciated this approach because I was able to see these men as individuals, and not just as a faceless group from a foreign (to me) culture.

The great Dinosaur mystery
by Ken Ham

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I really like this book it explains the reason dinosaurs were on earth and what they are. I didn’t like the parts when it changed the subject to parts i did not want to read.

HIDDEN TREASURE
by GANGAJI

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Gangaji's frankness and openess about her own journey gives all her readers the transmission and tools needed to liberate oneself from the story of ego.  This great liberation from the story of ego is a momentous leap utterly necessary in order to wake up to one's true nature. What a joy to feel the power of this liberation both in Gangaji's words and, even more, in the space of silence between the words. It is only from this place of liberation that resplendent glory of the unique perspective of your enlightenment can emerge in its full radiance. It is an honor and a delight to recommend this book to any sincere seeker yearning to call of the search.

This Close To Okay
by Leesa Cross-Smith

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I enjoyed this book. Although it teetered on the edge of a Romance Novel, Cross-Smith kept her characters interesting and the schmaltz out. I received a wonderful summer reading break. Thanks.

Five Feet Apart
by Rachel Lippincott

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Very emotional the story is so well thought out