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by Jerry B. Jenkins

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Book two of a three-part series. The main character, Paul, struggles to fulfill his undercover duties to the National Peace Organization while simultaneously protecting the underground Christian network of which he also belongs. Great action throughout the story.

Well Played
by Jen DeLuca

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I was so happy to be back at the Renaissance Fair! Overall I found this story enjoyable but I enjoyed Well Met more. On the back of the book it tells you there is a catfishing scenario so I knew what I was getting myself into. However, that part was not enjoyable for me because that is a HORRIBLE thing to do to a person. I think it bothered me more that our main female character (Stacy) got over it with a snap of a finger. Also, Emily and Simon (characters from the first book) were not in this story as much as I would have liked. I will still be continuing with the series.

Stick Dog
by Tom Watson

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It was too young for me

Locke & Key, Vol. 2: Head Games
by Joe Hill

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I really enjoyed this volume! It is told in two parts: the past and present. I had a hard time keeping up with all of the characters from the past and how they are connected. Tyler, Bode, and Kinsey are more than just characters! This was a good time! I am excited to continue the series and see how all of the keys are incorporated. Let the fun continue! The only other thing that bothered me about this volume was the use of homophobic slurs sush as "fag".

Diary of a wimpy kid
by Jeff Kinney

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A bit to easy but still good

I Found You
by Lisa Jewell

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Good beach read type book. There’s enough intrigue with the main character finding a man alone on the beach who cannot remember how he got there. Alice wants to help him reconnect his memories and they set off slowly trying to piece past events back together. Meanwhile, the reader is allowed snippets of a summer family vacation through the eyes of Gray, who has his hands full playing big brother to his fifteen year old sister, who has caught the love interest of a local older boy.

The Alien Next Door 1: The New Kid
by A. I. Newton

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I enjoyed it

Where The Wild Things Are
by Maurice Sendak

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Where The Wild Things Are is a book I would read over and over as a child. I love the story so much! I do not recommend the movie but the book is great! It makes me emotional because once Max sends the wild things to bed without supper he gets lonely and realizes he wanted to be with his family because they loved him.

Book Scavenger
by Jennifer Chambliss Bertman

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It is cool and edventurus

Sebastian's roller skates
by Not sure

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Was very good about opening up