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Lincoln Unmasked
by Thomas J. Dilorenzo

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The Real Lincoln was a much better book by this author. The book does get in depth with the details of why he has strong feelings against President Lincoln. All of which are one hundred percent accurate, legitimate reasons to not like him. The suspension of habeas corpus, the targeting of members of the press and even deporting people who opposed him. I would recommend this book only to those looking for an alternate view of the President. I would highly recommend DiLorenzo's other book The Real Lincoln.

Wings Of Fire Graphix #4: The Dark Secret
by Tui Sutherland

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My favorite parts were when fierceteeth kept thinking too much and all the knight wings were reading his mind. I also liked when fierceteeth got together with his family.

She Says She’s My Daughter
by Lauren North

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Fourteen years ago, our family holiday ended in tragedy when my darling four-year-old girl was snatched from us on the beach. Not a day goes by when I don’t picture her wide brown eyes, and the freckles dusting her cheeks. I only looked away for a second, and I have never forgiven myself. Today, a seventeen-year-old girl walked into a police station near our house. She says she’s my daughter. Abigail is back. I can’t believe it. After years of grieving, my family is finally complete again. OMG!!! Lauren North's last minute twist at the end of She Says She’s My Daughter totally shocked the heck out of me! Never did I once think this was how your book was going to end! The bombshells in your book were wickedly good!! My Mind is still trying to wrap my head around this story! SOO GOOD!!! She Says She’s My Daughter is a story that could be ripped straight from the headlines! It is a truly heartbreaking story that is every parent's worst nightmare come true. After reading this book I just want to give my nieces and nephews a huge hug and never let them go! Ohh I was NOT a fan of Micheal when I learned all the scandalous things he did!! I was literally yelling at my Kindle!! My thought was why in the world would he do that during the tragic time!! In the middle of the book I thought I figured out one huge mystery! Ohh how I found out how wrong I was! Lauren is GOOD at throwing us off the trail! One major life lesson I took away from this book was to follow your initial gut instinct!! She Says She’s My Daughter is heart wrenching, suspenseful, thrilling, has some intensely wicked twists that will blow your mind!! It is a must read!!

The Last Unicorn
by Peter S. Beagle

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Unlike The Princess Bride, I was never warned off this book. I remember the movie being dark and sad, so was hesitant to read this. The book seemed more upbeat an hopeful than the movie, which I attribute to the delicate animation and the haunting music. The book is funny and lighthearted in parts, and seems so much happier. The movie is beautiful and artistic and should be watched for itself. The book is also well done. I recommend this.

Diary Of A Wimpy Kid The Last Straw
by Jeff Kinney

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I liked Diary Of A Wimpy Kid The Last Straw because it is funny. For example, the kid Greg has a mean brother named Rodrick and he gets pushed out into a hallway in only his underwear in a hole tell.

Just The Nicest Couple
by Mary Kubica

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At times this was thrilling but overall lacking. Christian comes home to find his wife Lily acting strangely, and discovers something horrible. Meanwhile, Lily's coworker Nina has a fight with her husband and he doesn't come home the next night. Okay, fine, he can take a breather. But then he's also not answering her calls, and Nina finds out he hasn't been to work. Where could he be, and how are these two couples problems related? This is a frustrating story, mostly in that I assume we're supposed to root for Christian and Lily but the whole time I thought they were being idiots and I hoped Nina would turn the tables on them. The final twist was underwhelming, in that when one secret is revealed it was an excellent opening for an amazing twist that (in my opinion) would have taken this story to the next level. Anyway, it's not terrible but not as great as it could have been.

Forgiving Paris
by Karen Kingsbury

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Karen Kingsbury's Baxter book series continues to allow the reader to truly look at their life and almost allows one to parallel the story to them. the character, Ashley Baxter Blake and her husband are about to take an anniversary trip to Paris, where a French gallery will show her paintings. But being hesitant for something that took place more than two decades ago, Paris is where she made her most grievous mistake. She has never forgiven herself for what happened there, and she still harbors secrets that she’s afraid will come to light. Just before the trip, Ashley gets a call from her niece. Jessie explains that her boyfriend’s mother, Alice, remembers working at a bakery with an American named Ashley. “Could that be you?” When Alice and Ashley meet, a flood of memories comes for both women, taking Ashley back to a reckless affair and an unexpected pregnancy and Alice to the night she nearly ended it all. Can this reunion bring healing and closure? Maybe it is finally time for Ashley to forgive herself...and Paris.And finding the forgiveness can be found where it all started.

Fish And Worm
by Sergio Ruzzier

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Only kinda funny...

Pinkalicious Soccer Star
by Victoria Kann

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Pinkalicious Soccer Star is about Pinkalicious who gets a new soccer ball that's pink. She plays in a soccer game. The black shirt team says "Pink Stinks!" And then they play the game. Pinkalicious starts to imagine a unicorn and going to different places in the world where people say Think Pink. She gets back to the game and wins. The black team says pink doesn't stink at the end.

Inside Outside Dinosaurs
by Roxie Munro

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I love this book!!!