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Spellcaster: Düstere Träume - Claudia Gray
Spellcaster: Düstere Träume
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Format: Kindle Edition
ISBN: 9783959679886
Pages no: 320
Edition language: English
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5.0 Part of Summer Reading Goals
I first discovered Hambly by reading her fantasy. In fact, the book was Dragonsbane. But, I think her real love is historical fiction because her historical fiction is better. This was the first her historical fiction I read. It is the start of the Ben January series. Ben is a free man of color in r...
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3.0 Women of Our Time: Golda Meir
When I was a child we had a cat which my mom christened Golda My Ear (he was a yellow tabby) which was a clever play on words that went completely over my head. Therefore, when I came across a book while shelving entitled Golda Meir: A Strong, Determined Leader it felt like fate was telling me to ta...
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4.0 Tacos or Nuts
What is a Taco? Most people would think of a delicious Mexican food, but not in this case. Taco is a squirrel who loves TACOS! This adorable squirrel takes the reader on a kind of tour in the forest. Giving bits and pieces of knowledge about squirrels, peppered with humor to keep the storyline light...
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4.0 Review of Rockets' Dead Glare by Lynn Cahoon
My rating: 4 of 5 stars South Cove’s businesses are upset after volunteer fire chief Barry Gleason threatens to shut down anyone who doesn't fix any fire code violations he sites them for even some that he has made up. When Barry schedules a training burn in an old abandoned barn, he's the only one ...
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5.0 THE ROAD TO JONESTOWN by Jeff Guinn, narrated by George Newbern
What a sad, sad, story. Even while I was listening, I was hoping for a different ending. Jeff Guinn is an excellent author of true crime. He is somehow able to relate the facts of the story without passing judgement. In this case, I learned a lot. The Peoples Church, (no apostrophe!), did a lot o...
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