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Two from the Heart
by James Patterson


 
 
This is not a typical James Patterson novel. It is actually two separate stories. The first this a story of a divorced woman whose home is destroyed in a hurricane. A photographer, she decides to travel and possibly write a book of stories about the people she photographs. It seems that the book is actually the story. Not sure I cared for these short chapters about different people.


Carter Diamond 1
by Ashley And Jaquavis


 
 
I love all the books in the Cartel series. I wish they would've came out with this series first so you can better understand how Carter Diamond became who he is.


The House on Mango Street
by Cisneros Sandra


 
 
Great read! This book was given to me from one of my teachers. I just started back going to school and the teacher saw me reading on every break so she gave me the book and said it was pretty good and I must agree with her.


A BLESSING & CURSE
by Reshonda Tate Billingsley And Victoria Christopher


 
 
I REALLY ENJOYED READING THIS BOOK, THIS BOOK HIT HOME FOR ME. TO KNOW THAT YOU MIGHT HAVE A SIBLING YOU NEVER KNEW IS SOMETHING HARD TO SWALLOW. I HAVE BEEN THERE BUT IN THE END IT ALL WORKED OUT FOR THE BEST. I LOVE MY SISTERS AND BROTHERS TO THE END.


The Supremes Sing The Happy Heartache Blues By Edward Kelsey Moore
by Edward Kelsey Moore


 
 
This book was more rewarding than the first. Mr. Moore has done it again. This book has mystery, love, sex, and scandal all wrapped in one. And after all that is done, he leaves an ending that lets you know that 3 is right around the corner. 5 stars.


Dangerous Games
by Danielle Steel


 
 
Danielle Steel delivers another page turner with Dangerous Games. We meet Alix who is a TV reporter who travels the world, whereever the news story takes her. Ben, her camera man, a former Navy SEAL, tries to keep her safe from her sometimes dangerous stories. When the Vice President is implicated in some not-so-savory deals, Alix starts an investigation that puts her in jeopardy. Very good read.


American Assassin
by Vince Flynn,Matthias Lühn


 
 
Very good story. The movie is coming out soon and I am looking forward to see how much of the book is kept in the film. For espionage lovers, this will keep your attention. I will miss Mr. Flynn's books very much.


Final Jeopardy
by Linda Fairstein


 
 
This was my first time reading Linda Fairstein. I thoroughly enjoyed this mystery. Her main character, Alexandra Cooper, is a prosecutor who goes above and beyond duty to make sure her victims are championed. I will definitely put her on my future reading lists.


You Can't Say That to Me
by Suzette Haden Elgin


 
 
This book outlines a plan sto stop verbal abuse. It was okay, but it really didn't hold my interest. It wasn't what I expected. I give it two out of five stars.


The Circle
by Laura Day


 
 
I really enjoyed this book. it is a very powerful book with simple and practical steps of how to choose the life you want. I give it five out of five!


Positivity
by Barbara Fredrickson


 
 
Very helpful, easy to read and understand. The subtitle says it all: groundbreaking research reveals how to embrace the hidden strength of positive emotions, overcome negativity, and thrive.


Ancient Philosophers
by Don Nardo


 
 
This book was okay. It was interesting to learn about the ideas of some of the world's greatest thinkers, like ancient Greek, but also Buddha and Confucious.


My Windows 10 Computer For Seniors
by Michael Miller


 
 
I learned a lot from this book. The pictures were very helpful. It was informative and easy to understand. I give it five stars (the highest rating).


The Map of Heaven
by Dr Eben Alexander


 
 
This was a good book; it was interesting about the author's experiences and what other people experienced. It held my interest. I give it five stars.


Reshaping It All
by Candace Cameron Bure


 
 
You never know from looking at the TV screen someone's struggles. I admire Candace's transparency and allowing us to experience her struggles through the pages of her book. She did not allow her deficiencies to consume her. She overcame them, becoming a better wife and mother and she is living victoriously! I also love the recipes.
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