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Hello, I think Princess Anne (CH) (Charnwood Library) is just O.K. The story is about a monster, but I think the auther really was not talking about the monster in Princess Anne (CH) (Charnwood Library). Very sad book. Thanks.
Biocultural interactions and human variation (Elements of anthropology) lives up to its promises. Once I started reading I couldn't stop. Definitely edge of your seat ending
I loved Bob Dylan: Behind the Shades : A Biography so much that I finished it in one setting (about two hours). It made me laugh and cry. Most importantly, it taught me a lot of things about marriage, and putting your faith in God.
While undoubtedly far fetched, Abacus: Full Form Kit Reception is a good read with interesting characters. It tells the story of a chance meeting of two self-sufficient people who then fall in love.
My 6 yr old son has read and re-read The Renovation numerous times. It's great for beginning readers and teaches a powerful message.
I was expecting much more action in Rude Tales and Glorious (Panther Books). With a backdrop of moonshiners and bootleggers+ a movie made from the novel, it should have been action packed. It was not. I am a cultural geographer more than an action junkie so I liked it. The characters were engaging and the age was set well. I enjoyed it but even I was tempted to jump to the end to see if anything really happened.
I bought From Farm to Fortune: or Nat Nason's Strange Experience when I just started reading books for fun throughout my teenage years, about 9 years ago. I remembered it since I love to read now and can't survive without From Farm to Fortune: or Nat Nason's Strange Experience in hand, and am about to buy it and read it again!! Strangely, my favorite type of book is anythoing from fictional, but From Farm to Fortune: or Nat Nason's Strange Experience had such a big impact I decided to read it once more:)