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What's Next™ Database What's Next™ Database Our What's Next™: Books in Series database helps you search series fiction. A series is two or more books linked by character(s), settings, or other common traits. e.g. Sue Grafton's "A is for Alibi", "B is for..." etc. or the "Star Wars" series Search for a Book The What's Next™: Books in Series database was developed and is maintained by the Kent District Library.
Book reviews: Find the best new books Burial Rites by Hannah KentThe other reviews here have said it all. I want to also recommend the audio version of the book. I listened to a Hatchett Audio recording, 2013, read by Morven Christie. ... read more The Kept by James ScottThis is a very dark story , set in the late 19th century, in rural upstate New York. The beginning is very brutal and very explicit and it is this that will set Elspeth ... read more Me Before You by Jojo MoyesI never write book reviews but felt I had to express how I just loved this book! I have a hard time sticking to a book and found that I couldn't put this one down. I ... read more The Goldfinch by Donna TarttKudos for Donna Tartt and her complex characters and riveting plot. Book reviews: Find the best new books
Len Bailey is the author of Sherlock Holmes and the Needle's Eye ($15.99, Thomas Nelson) In my new book I needed a detective to travel back in time to solve ten Bible mysteries. Ah, but which one? Len Bailey: Why I Chose Sherlock Holmes To Solve Bible Mysteries Len Bailey: Why I Chose Sherlock Holmes To Solve Bible Mysteries
20 Brilliant Bookshelves for Modern Bookworms 20 Brilliant Bookshelves for Modern Bookworms As the famous saying goes, I like big books and I cannot lie. Even though we may take in most of our reading via an iPad or Kindle these days, we are still bookworms at heart. The warmth and character of a well-worn or brand new book is hard to beat. But those books of yours need a good home.
Angela (Rice Lake, WI)'s review of Ordinary Grace
The Proust Blog There’s no time like Thanksgiving time for sharing stories with the ones you love! To help celebrate national turkey day, Proust has created 10 questions sure to uncover the fun memories of Thanksgivings past. From taboo topics that always come up, to daydreaming about the leftovers you can’t resist, Proust is here to help bring holiday memories to the tip of your tongue. The Proust Blog


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SF Reviews is my collection of reviews of Science Fiction novels. These are my reviews and are therefore biased and superficial. If a novel contains perceptive criticism of the human condition, I probably skipped that page and failed, in my review, to draw attention to its incisive power If character development took place I doubt I noticed it. science fiction science fiction Great Books Online -- Quotes, Poems, Novels, Classics and hundreds more

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Deliciously Clean Reads Deliciously Clean Reads Review by Becky Laney, frequent contributor. I honestly didn't know what to expect from this one. Not the most clever way to start out a review, but true nevertheless. The cover.
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Hellbender Just in time for your All Hallows reading pleasure: Mike Heller, a PI with some….extra skills, whose client is a blonde too gorgeous to be believed. Laurie R. King: Mystery Writer Laurie R. King: Mystery Writer
Book Reviews, Author Interviews - Behind the Book: Short, sweet and completely unforgettable Behind the Book by Paul B. Janeczko and Melissa Sweet > Children's / Children's Picture Firefly July is something quite special. Thirty-six very short poems, selected by poet and anthologist Paul B. Book Reviews, Author Interviews -
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What if you can leave your life and its problems behind and go places - to other countries, worlds, galaxies and back and forth in time? Books are that one medium that will grant you full access to anywhere and everywhere, allowing you to escape into your imagination with rich descriptions of everything you might not otherwise get to see in your lifetime. Reading books is a hobby that most of us do not devote time to specifically, but on a rainy day when nothing else seems interesting, a quick peek into your bookshelf will reveal hidden gems that will keep you enthralled for the next several hours. Books also improve your knowledge span, in small ways and big, and greatly broaden your vocabulary as well. All about Books, Reviews, Recommendations and Authors
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7 Books We Lost to History That Would Have Changed the World The vast majority of the knowledge humans have assembled over the centuries, has been lost. The world's geniuses either kept their revelations to themselves and then died, or else they put it down on paper which has long since rotted or burned or been used to line some parakeet's cage. Obviously we'll never know what great books have been lost to time, but we have clues on some of them, and what those clues tell us is mind-boggling, and a little bit depressing. If you could make a library out of just books that didn't survive, you'd have a collection of some of the best freaking books ever written.