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Book Chat: Not My Daughter by Barbara Delinsky

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Book Chat: Not My Daughter by Barbara Delinsky Check out Not My Daughter Author’s Website: barbaradelinsky.com A highly interesting premise … though I kind of felt it fell flat. That could just be me, though, and if the premise interests you, it may be worth a try!

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Book Chat: Invisible City by Julia Dahl

Invisible City Book Review

Book Chat: Invisible City by Julia Dahl   Check out Invisible City A fascinating aspect of a culture’s affects on its community members, the bonds of family, and the consequences of abandonment. Author’s Website: juliadahl.com

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Book Chat: 11/22/63 by Stephen King

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Book Chat: 11/22/63 by Stephen King Check out 11/22/63 A journey through the obdurate past, complete with conspiracy, heroism, pure love and dancing. Oh, the dancing! This book is one I’ll think about again, already I want to revisit some of the characters and scenarios. An incredible love story, and

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Book Chat: The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian by Sherman Alexie

Book Chat: The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian by Sherman Alexie Check out The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian This book was something of a revelation. It was authentic, tragic, inspiring, complex, challenging, simple, and ultimately begs contemplation. A gem! Author’s Website: fallsapart.com

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Book Chat: One Plus One by Jojo Moyes

Book Chat: One Plus One by Jojo Moyes Check out One Plus One A roadtrip. Some unlikely mix-ups. A seemingly stereotypical plot, and, on the surface, stereotypical characters, but at its heart it works. It really works. Author’s Website: jojomoyes.com

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Book Chat: The Good Sister by Chelsea Bolan

Book Chat: The Good Sister by Chelsea Bolan Check out The Good Sister Author’s Website: chelseabolan.com Delicately written, while calling into question the hypocrisies and consequences of a patriarchal society. In the first chapter I was overwhelmed with emotion, with the suggested hypocrisy, with uncertainty. As the story went on (despite

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Book Chat: Taking Stock by Scott Bartlett

Book Chat: Taking Stock by Scott Bartlett Check out Taking Stock Brilliant characterization and a thoughtful look into the mind of a young man struggling to fit into a world in which he feels he doesn’t belong. An unapologetic exploration of mental illness. Author’s Website: scottplotts.com Click the link above to sign up for

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Book Chat: Me Before You by Jojo Moyes

Book Chat: Me Before You by Jojo Moyes Check out Me Before You A book I found it hard to put down, with something beneath the surface that kept me compelled to turn another and yet another page. A book to make me think and that questions the true freedom

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Book Chat: A Splendid Boy by Melanie Martin

Book Review: A Splendid Boy by Melanie Martin

Book Chat: A Splendid Boy by Melanie Martin Check out A Splendid Boy Author’s Website: melaniemartinauthor.com With vivid descriptions of both land and people, Martin takes the reader from a fishing port in Middle Tickle, Newfoundland to the battlefields of the Great War. A beautiful and heart wrenching story full of

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Book Chat: The Accidental Tourist by Anne Tyler

Book Chat: The Accidental Tourist by Anne Tyler Check out The Accidental Tourist Ruled by its characters, The Accidental Tourist is an intricate exploration of the quirks and foibles that can tear us apart or meld us together. Tyler created heroes who are decidedly unheroic in the typical sense, but

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