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review 2019-02-03 23:26
Tuck Everlasting - Natalie Babbitt

Tuck Everlasting is a great chapter book for fourth or fifth grade students. This book addresses many issues about kidnapping, secrets, and magic. Students will have to break down the books by chapters and take notes as they are reading. In the book a young girl name Winnie Foster, discovers a family drinking from a well that makes them live forever. By the end of the story a frog is destined to live forever because Winnie decides not to drink the magical water.


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review 2016-05-25 15:26
Where is Stacie?
Amy Chelsea Stacie Dee - Mary G. Thompson

Amy, Chelsea, Stacie, Dee is an outstanding book! For being a YA book, it is sort of dark, so if you do not want little ones knowing about rape or brainwashing, then don't let them read it. Otherwise, it is a great book- very well written. I could not put the book down all weekend and wanted to know everything that happened to Amy and Dee after they were kidnapped. Me being the true crime/forensics fanatic, I found myself comparing the story to many high profile cases that we have all seen on the news. 


Amy was kidnapped, along with her cousin Dee, 6 years previously. She was never meant to be taken, but she wound up back on her parents doorstep with no harm done to her. The next events include confusion, therapy, and Dee's mother wanting answers from Amy to the point of her screaming and throwing items around. Amy tries to be a normal girl and get back into her old routines when she was 10, but flashbacks haunt her and cause her to lose time throughout the day. She has to go back and make everything right with her kidnapper and for Dee. 


Check out the book by Mary G. Thompson on Amazon!






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review 2016-01-26 16:59
So Wrong It Was Right
How to Successfully Kidnap Strangers - Max Booth III

This was some bizarro, crazy, non PC, obscene, disgusting, bust out laughing while gaging, writing. I have never read anything like it. It is guaranteed to be banned by many religious organizations. Everything was just so wrong, I loved it.
The horrors include terrible writers, worse editors, half arsed publishers, drugs, knives, guns, vomit, sex, murder, severed heads, porn, wicked reviewers, violence and one cute Weiner dog.-Not for sensitive readers.
I had fun, sick twisted fun with this. I enjoyed not reading a PC book for a change. I felt like I not only got my hand in the naughty cookie jar but got away with it.. I will read more for this author.

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text 2016-01-24 17:32
Reading progress update: I've read 15%.
How to Successfully Kidnap Strangers - Max Booth III

"...teenagers trying to find the G spot on their phones."



Omg this book is side spitting funny 


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review 2016-01-20 08:00
How To Successfully Kidnap Strangers
How to Successfully Kidnap Strangers - Max Booth III

I knew even before I started reading that it would be a hard job to write a review of it. It is a bizarre novel and seriously, at which point should you judge one?


The story takes place around a small publishing company specialized in publishing weird, bizarre novels (not unlike this one). When one of them, who also has a serious drug issue, sees a negative reviewer on the street, something breaks and the reviewer end up in the truck. From there on, it's only downhill.


And this, dear authors, is exactly why you should never respond to negative reviews. Before you know it, you'll end up a kidnapper.


I have some mixed feeling about the book though. I really enjoyed reading about the troubles of the small publishing company, and the (wrongful) awesomeness that they ascribed to themselves. However, at other times, when I was asking myself, 'Do I like reading this?' I honestly couldn't really say so. And that was way before the ending in the cabin which was even more weird than the rest of the story.


There certainly were moments when I was reading and thought WTF. I also believe this book is not for those who are easily offended. Enter on your own risk, but it might make for an interesting read.


Thanks to the publisher and Netgalley for providing a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review!

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