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Winter Pasture
by Li Juan

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I loved this book. Like travelers everywhere say, "People are people, no matter where you go." I loved Li Juan's approach, revealing the personalities more than specific actions which were culturally different. Kazakh herders felt happiness, loneliness, despair, comraderie and difficulties; like every human faces in every life. I loved learning about Cuma, Kama, Sister-in-law and the rest of the family and neighbors. "Winter Pasture" was a delightful read.

The merman's kiss
by Yasmin Lee

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Mermen mate for life and bond only once. A girl jumps in the ocean to kill herself and the merman bonds with her . His kiss let's her breath underwater. It's not safe for her as the mermaids are jealous. Do they separate or can they still be together safely?

The Tourist
by Olen Steinhauer

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This book definitely follows the Hollywood formula for a CIA suspense thriller. As I was reading, I could imagine the corresponding visuals of the movie. If you like this kind of reading, you will enjoy this book. There are lots of twists and turns, but they usually turn out as one would expect. I wished I had spent my time reading something else with more creativity.


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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.

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.

Weather Or Not
by Nancy Day

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Cool book, lots of info

Judy Moody Was In A Mood
by Peter H Reynolds

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Judy goes to school, she has a cat and she has a fly eater plant, she’s tall her dad is wiping the floor

Living with the Seasons: Creating a Natural Home
by Bonnie Dahan

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Dahan shares ways to change a home's decor to reflect the seasons. Her esthetic reflects a minimalist, Japanese style of decorating. It was interesting but not what I was looking for.

The English Roses 'Friends for Life'
by Madonna

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Its fun! I love the details and its fun how the characters tell about themselves

We Came We Saw We Left
by Charles Wheelan

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A fun, light read. I really enjoyed this armchair travel. Traveling with teenagers, a novel and interesting experience. Perfect for reading when it is hot outside and the air conditioning is blowing inside.

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