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Lesbian Crushes and Bulimia: A Diary on How I Acquired my Eating Disorder - Natasha Holme
Lesbian Crushes and Bulimia: A Diary on How I Acquired my Eating Disorder
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Andreya's Asylum
Andreya's Asylum rated it
4.0 Dark Screams: Volume Seven
Dark Screams: Volume Seven is obviously the 7th edition of the Dark Screams anthology. Containing six stories, the first and the last story made the collection for me. LIZARDMAN by Robert McCammonThe hunter or the hunted? Tonight is the night-- he can feel it -- and it ends one way or another. My se...
Kitty's Book Spot!
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4.0 Hope
This is book is #2, in the Charmed In Texas series. This book can be read as a standalone novel. For reader understanding and enjoyment of the series, I recommend reading this in order. Sullivan AKA Sully has a past with Carmen. A past that brings him back and thinking of a future. When she se...
Iron Canuck
Iron Canuck rated it
4.0 Sweet read, learning to move on
A sweet read with a new chance at love. Victoria means to live by her promise to her late husband. She finds herself in Serenity where bad luck has come. Will is living by his promise to his late wife, and he struggles with his feelings for Victoria. Tragedy strikes, bringing the two closer together...
Reading is my ESCAPE from Reality!
Reading is my ESCAPE from Reality! rated it
3.0 Great way to learn about historical events
I read this book for my graphic novel class and for a free read Friday. It is very well done. I learned a lot about the aftermath of Hurrican Katrina in New Orleans, details I wasn't aware of before. Don Brown does a great job of presenting facts without a lot of bias. He uses facts and quotes to pr...
Familiar Diversions
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4.0 Cells at Work! (manga, vol. 1) by Akane Shimizu, translated by Yamato Tanaka
Cells at Work is a semi-educational series that takes place inside a human body and stars a bunch of anthropomorphized cells. Red Blood Cell is a cheerful delivery girl who takes oxygen to cells (I suppose they’d qualify as the “ordinary folks” of this world) and carbon dioxide back to the lungs. Th...
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