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How To Be A Math Genius
by Dr. Mike Goldsmith


Fun fact literacy! I love it ! I try to read it and refreshing my brain by killing the time!
 
 


The House Across The Lake
by Riley Sager


3/5 stars for this highly recommended novel. Although the plot, characters and style of writing kept me engaged, I was disappointed with the ending a bit. It seemed a bit outside of reality and a stretch to make the pieces fit together. However, for those who have wild imaginations, you may enjoy this thriller. The book takes place at Lake Greene, where Casey spends her days on the porch watching, as the title suggests, the cabin across the lake. Questions brew the longer she looks and she cannot help but get involved in the drama. However, this leads to crime, blood, scary situations and the fight for life.
 
 


Women And Girls On The Autism Spectrum, Second Edition
by Sarah Hendrickx


Very good resource for articulating the experiences of autistic women, throughout their life. Would also serve as a good guide for neurotypical individuals who wanted to gain a better understanding of the challenges faced by autistic woman in navigating their lives.
 
 


The House On Mango Street
by Sandra Cisneros


Told in a series of vignettes—sometimes heartbreaking, sometimes deeply joyous–it is the story of a young Latina girl growing up in Chicago, inventing for herself who and what she will become. It wasn’t my favorite read, but I was looking for a quick short story to read.
 
 


The Things We Leave Unfinished
by Rebecca Yarros


Georgia Stanton’s grandmother Scarlett passes away. Scarlett was a famous romance author , with one book unfinished. Now Georgia is torn if she should publish that book or not. Georgia is also on her own relationship journey
 
 


The Guncle Abroad
by Steven Rowley


Patrick is back in another Guncle adventure. Patrick is once again asked to help care for his niece and nephew. While traveling around Europe to eventually get the kids to their father’s wedding, Patrick tries to teach the children about love.
 
 


A Half-baked Murder
by Emily George


A fun cozy mystery with a different twist. Chloe moves home after a bad break up in Paris. Her aunt encourages her to open a cannabis cafe, after Chloe makes some cannabis brownies to help her sick grandmother. Meanwhile a body is found in the town park. Who did it and will Chloe get the permits she needs to open her cafe?
 
 


Mislaid In Parts Half-known
by Seanan McGuire


Dinosaurs and portals, and a girl who can find both in the latest book in the Hugo and Nebula Award-Winning series. Another amazing installment! I loved this volume just as much as the rest of the series.
 
 


In The Lives Of Puppets
by TJ Klune


A human and two robots must journey across a treacherous terrain to save the other robot, Gio, who completes their family. Gio's past has caught up to him and may prove to be his destruction. Not the story I expected but whoa was that a ride. Truly a unique and interesting retelling.
 
 


Eidolon
by Grace Draven


In a bid for more power, the Shadow Queen of Haradis has unleashed a malignant force into the world. Her son Brishen, the younger prince of the Kai royal house, suddenly finds himself ruler of a kingdom blighted by a diseased darkness and on the brink of war. His human wife, Ildiko, must decide if she will give up the man she loves to secure his throne. I didn't love this one as much as the first, but it was still well written and interesting. This is much less of a romance and more fantasy war.
 
 
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