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text 2018-03-23 15:17

From New York Times Bestseller Cristin Harber comes a new standalone romantic suspense novel.


Two friends from worlds apart must face their toughest battles together.
Colin is battling to take command of his military unit.
Adelia is on the run from the motorcycle club that raised her.
They shouldn’t be anywhere near each other—except they fell in love.

Some relationships come with baggage. Theirs comes with a motorcycle gang hit, a secret underground network worth dying to protect, and an obsession to protect one another from their separate worlds.


DELTA: RICOCHET is a standalone romantic suspense and military romance novel.


Chapters posted on website!

Source: cristinharber.com/archive/delta-series/start-reading-delta-ricochet-now
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text 2017-04-28 15:05
Dreamfall Chapters sur Pc
Dreamfall-Chapters-XboxOne-702x336 Dreamfall Chapters commence à droite où Dreamfall: The Longest Journey terminé, poursuivant la saga des mondes jumeaux de la science et la magie dans un nouveau format. Dreamfall Chapters XboxOne2 Grâce à divers épisodes, les joueurs s’embarqueront dans un voyage à travers des mondes familiers et frais pour rencontrer différents personnages, explorer de beaux endroits et découvrir une nouvelle histoire. Dreamfall Chapters XboxOne3 Et à la fin de la route attend le plus grand mystère de tous – celui qui va apporter la saga à une conclusion surprenante et étonnante Dreamfall Chapters sur Pc . Dreamfall Chapters XboxOne


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review 2017-04-06 00:00
I, The Divine: A Novel in First Chapters
I, The Divine: A Novel in First Chapters - Rabih Alameddine
"I have been blessed with many curses in my life, not the least of which was being born half Lebanese and half American. Throughout my life, these contradictory parts battled endlessly, clashed, never coming to a satisfactory conclusion."

An exceptionally brilliant prose.

The story of Sarah....Alameddine's language....Many many many pieces that NEVER come together....An irresistible journey through continents, times, secrets...LIVES...

A fascinating narrating. Witty and amazing.

A novel WRITTEN by a male author in a FEMALE's voice that's so LITERALLY unique, astonishing, addictive, irresistible, complex, delightful, powerful, emotional, intimate, heart-wrenching, profound, funny, moving, memorable, poignant in SOOOOO MANY MANY MANY WAYS.

Like a kaleidoscope...




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text 2016-12-30 07:14
Favorite books of 2016 part 1
The Deal - Elle Kennedy
Everything, Everything - Nicola Yoon
44 Chapters About 4 Men: A Memoir - BB Easton
Pucked - Helena Hunting
Mud Vein - Tarryn Fisher
Clockwork Princess - Cassandra Clare
We Are The Ants - Shaun David Hutchinson
orange - Ichigo Takano
Because You'll Never Meet Me - Leah Thomas
The Raven Boys - Maggie Stiefvater
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text 2016-12-02 11:20
The art of the possible
The Art of the Possible: An Everyday Guide to Politics - Edward Keenan,Julie McLaughlin

An everyday guide to politics.

by Edward Keenan

art by Julie McLaughlin

age range: 10 to 14 years old



You are a politician. This is the approach and reason for this book. Even if you are not old enough to vote, or think you don't need politics, or you choose not to pay attention to politics. Politics is the way we decide as a group how we do things. As a part of a community the decisions your make, or do not make, have an influence in the group. We need politics, and politics needs us. This is why is important to be a good politician, and that means being an informed and active member of the group.


This idea is repeated and explained along the different chapters of the book, and always in a positive way. The point is not to make the reader feel the burden of this responsibility, but understand how politics are the art of the possible. What is politics; how we decide things as a group, how do you make a good argument, and on the other hand how do you listen at other people's arguments, why conflict is good, and when it starts to be bad, how to keep all of this process honest, are some of the questions addressed by the book. The text is very accessible, and the author manages to avoid difficult or "big" words. The only few that are used are very well explained. The chapters include case studies to better illustrate how things work in real life, and at the end of the book there is also a glossary, index, and list of sources. I was surprised by the fresh and hopeful approach of this book. I am glad I crossed paths with it, and plan to buy a copy for my kids soon. Indisputable 5 stars to me.


I received this copy from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

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