Library Lady's Booklikes

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Rainbow Rowell
J.R.R. Tolkien
April 2014
30
reviewed: For Women Only, Revised and Updated Edition: What You Need to Know About the Inner Lives of Men
Very insightful and encouraging. Good overview of what guys say is most important for them...
For Women Only, Revised and Updated Edition: What You Need to Know About the Inner Lives of Men - Shaunti Feldhahn
reviewed: Eleanor & Park
I could have handled a bit more resolution, but I did appreciate the love story and how gentle the relationship started betwe...
Eleanor & Park - Rainbow Rowell
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April 2014
29
reviewed: Ready Player One
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Ready Player One - Ernest Cline
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April 2014
22
reviewed: From Norvelt to Nowhere
A great continuation of jack's story. I liked the twists and turns. Great road trip story as well. Perfect listening experien...
From Norvelt to Nowhere - Jack Gantos
April 2014
16
reviewed: Wedding Night: A Novel
I listened to this book during my commute. At first I was a bit Leary because of the not so stellar reviews, but I ended up e...
Wedding Night - Sophie Kinsella
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April 2014
02
reviewed: 16 Things I Thought Were True
This was well done. I really liked the way that social media was handled and how the main character had to work through a sti...
#16thingsithoughtweretrue - Janet Gurtler
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April 2014
01
reviewed: Coffee with Jesus
Very Interesting. Especially since I read it while drinking coffee in the morning when I am usually talking with Jesus. ;-)
Cool English Level 2 Pupil's Book (Cool English) - Herbert Puchta
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March 2014
28
reviewed: The Dream Thieves (Raven Boys Quartet)
SO not fair that we have to wait wait wait wait wait for book number 3!!!!!
Young Children's Literacy Development and the Role of Televisual Texts - Browne Naima
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March 2014
26
reviewed: One Moment
Realistic fiction is not my main genre, but this book had enough to keep me going and want to get to the end. Death, amnesia,...
One Moment - Kristina McBride
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March 2014
17
reviewed: The Confident Mom
Very straightforward and encouraging. I should pick this one up at least once a year!!
The Confident Mom - Joyce Meyer
reviewed: The Raven Boys
Maggie Stiefvater ROCKS!!I love her story telling and the voice of Will Patton reading this is amazing! He really gets those ...
The Raven Boys  - Maggie Stiefvater
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March 2014
08
reviewed: Let's Pretend This Never Happened: (A Mostly True Memoir)
I almost drove off the road laughing. What was my friend thinking to recommend this as an audio book. I almost died laughing!...
Let's Pretend This Never Happened: A Mostly True Memoir - Jenny Lawson
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February 2014
26
reviewed: Fangirl
Oh my! That was awesome! I want to write fanfiction about the characters just to continue the story cause I LOVE Cath so much...
Fangirl - Rainbow Rowell
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February 2014
20
reviewed: The Fault in Our Stars
Thanks John Green. You made me laugh, you made me cry, you made me think. Job well done.
The Fault in Our Stars - John Green
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February 2014
07
reviewed: The Book Thief
I knew it was going to be heavy, but it was just SOOOOO LOOONNNGGGG and heavy.I need some happy happy thoughts now people!!!
The Book Thief - Markus Zusak
reviewed: Soulless (The Parasol Protectorate)
I read this to follow up on Ms. Carriger after reading her new Youth series. It is interesting, but not as smooth a read as h...
Soulless - Gail Carriger, Gail Carriger
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Currently reading

Eleanor and Park
Rainbow Rowell
The Hobbit
J.R.R. Tolkien