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Pinkalicious
by Victoria Kann

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Interesting

Norma Jean Baker of Troy
by Anne Carson

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Carson is a favorite of mine: a classics professor who writes innovative, allusive fiction in wholly innovative forms. (I usually understand about half of what I'm reading.) Here she takes on Marilyn Monroe / Helen / Persephone / the Iliad (war). Sample: "Oh my darlings, / they tell you you're born with a precious pearl. / Truth is, / It's a disaster to be a girl."

Dark Day In The Deep Sea Magic Tree House
by Mary Pope Osborne

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A great story as all of magic tree house stories which I love so much!

Becoming Bulletproof
by Evy Poumpouras

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The author has led an astonishing life: on the NYPD, in the Secret Service, at 9/11, on the presidential security detail for several presidents, and on TV after she retired from all that. There are several useful tips for protecting oneself and one's companions in this self-help memoir but one has to wade through a great deal of obvious common sense exhortation to get to those tips. The book is reasonably organized but wildly overwritten; Poumpouras is evidently many things but not a writer. In addition, her voice is high and chirpy, as she preaches in cliches; the occasional conversational interaction with her husband is a relief.

Peanut short stories
by Short Stories

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Very good

Peanut short stories
by Short Stories

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Very good

A Crazy Day With Cobras
by Mary Pope Osborne

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Very interesting exciting and adventurous book! I love how Jack and Annie always solve the problem

White Fragility
by Robin Diangelo

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A good starting place for exploring racism and whiteness. Her writing style is more academic paper and less for the masses. This book isn't as accessible to all readers as some others.

Fly Guy Books
by Xyz

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Great

The Institute
by Stephen King

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Pretty good SK, but either I’m outgrowing him, or he had way too much world building filler. I normally love his detail, but it was just too much and repetitive from page 100 to 200. Last 100 pages was probably the best.


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