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text 2017-04-25 13:09
Launch Part-Tay
Rooting for Rafael Rosales - Kurtis Scaletta

My friend, Kurtis Scaletta's new book, "Rooting for Rafael Rosales" is released today. 


The launch party celebration for his newest middle-grade novel is today (Tuesday, April 25, 2017) at Red Balloon Bookstore, Minneapolis, so if you're in the Twin Cities, get on out. Bring your younger friends. Buy a copy or two. Donate one to your local school library. You know, support my friend AND literature.




While you're at it, look up Kurtis Scaletta's backlist. His books are great reads for the younger set, and I've enjoyed them, too. 



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review 2017-04-24 23:22
My Last Lament
My Last Lament - James William Brown

My Last Lament by James William Brown is a story set in World War II and its aftermath in Greece. It is the story of a young woman who feels responsible for one young man, falls in love with another man, and spends her life torn between the two. It is the story of two young men who both love the same girl. The political and war history is on the periphery; it provides context but not the main story. My parting thought on this book is that in some ways, it reads like a memoir of Aliki's life, her last lament becoming a lament of her own life, if you will. 


Reviewed for the Penguin First to Read program.


Source: www.memoriesfrombooks.com/2017/04/my-last-lament.html
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review 2017-04-22 13:20
Enemy of my Enemy
Enemy of My Enemy - Tal Bauer


I got nothing else at this point. I'm mentally, physically and emotionally exhausted and heading into the third installment. Full series review to come. 

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text 2017-04-22 02:15
Reading progress update: I've read 93%.
Enemy of My Enemy - Tal Bauer

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review 2017-04-21 22:39
Review: Enemy of my Enemy (The Executive Office #2) by Tal Bauer
Enemy of My Enemy - Tal Bauer





* 5 AMAZEBALL stars*




Can't possible say how amazing this series is. It's enthralling and shocking at the same time. Never was I bored. Loved Ethan and Jack, the other couples too. They broke my heart multiple times.

I just coudn't read this in one sitting!! So much happened and it left me breathless everytime.
So I needed to take hold of my breath many times.



I want to continue immediately with the last installement but I may need some sleep first.

Ethan & Jake

I will tear through the whole world to get to your side. Always


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