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Necessary People

Rating: 3/5
Genre: Thriller
Quick Review: Don’t expect this to be a thrilling thriller.
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Norse Mythology

Rating: 4/5
Genre: Short Story / Mythology
Quick Review: Great choice for an audiobook.
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Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up

Rating: 2/5
Genre: Self-Help
Quick Review: Save the effort and watch the show instead.
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An Absolutely Remarkable Thing

Rating: 4/5
Genre: New Adult Sci-Fi
Quick Review: An entertaining gateway into speculative sci-fi novels.
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The Rules of Magic

Rating: 3/5
Genre: Magical Realism
Quick Review: The second half of this weak magical tale redeemed a slow start.
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The Proposal

Rating: 2/5
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Quick Review: I’m in denial about the love between these diverse characters in denial about their love.
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Cultivating a Creative Culture

Rating: 4/5
Genre: Non-Fiction Workplace
Quick Review: An improvement book with a few takeaways for being more creative at work.
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Then She Was Gone

Rating: 4/5
Genre: Thriller
Quick Review: Fast-read mystery that's more about character development than the easily-solvable whodunit.
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Suicide Notes from Beautiful Girls

Rating: 4/5
Genre: Young Adult Thriller
Quick Review: Another binge-readable teen story with lots of twists and turns.
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Girl, Wash Your Face

Rating: 3/5
Genre: Motivation
Quick Review: This controversial self-help book has divided a lot of people, but I'm right in the middle.
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An Anonymous Girl

Rating: 4/5
Genre: Psychological Thriller
Quick Review: Very interesting suspense story about a seemingly harmless study turned into a creepy morality test with a stalker vibe.
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To All The Boys I've Loved Before

Rating: 4/5
Genre: Young Adult Romance
Quick Review: Super cute story that will give you all the tingly first love feelings
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Chilling Adventures of Sabrina

Rating: 4/5
Genre: Graphic Novel
Quick Review: A deliciously dark and fast-paced version of Sabrina with murder, cannibalism, Satanism, and more.
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Akata Witch

Rating: 2/5
Genre: Middle-Grade Fantasy
Quick Review: A promising diverse book that dragged me along until the last few chapters, clearly building up for a series.
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The Married Life of Archie

Rating: 2/5
Genre: Graphic Novel
Quick Review: Not funny or dark enough, so I grew bored with the repetitive back and forth between realities after halfway through.
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Moxie

Rating: 3/5
Genre: Young Adult Fiction
Quick Review: I liked the female friendship and empowerment that eventually happen, but the concept and message overshadowed the individual characters.
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One for the Money

Rating: 4/5
Genre: Chick Lit/Mystery
Quick Review: Its humor and perfect amount of campiness make this one of the few series that made me want to keep reading.
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Circe

Rating: 4/5
Genre: Mythology/Fantasy
Quick Review: Strong beginning, repetitive middle, and decent ending make this an overall win for this reader who blacked out all knowledge of Greek mythology from high school.
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And Then There Were None

Rating: 3/5
Genre: Mystery
Quick Review: Interesting concept, but I don’t think you can say a mystery is very well-done if you have to explain it step-by-step to the reader at the end for it to make sense.
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Speak

Rating: 4/5
Genre: Young Adult Fiction
Quick Review: Still relevant twenty years later, this is a must-read, powerful book for anyone teen and up.
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The Blue Girl

Rating: 5/5
Genre: Young Adult Urban Fantasy
Quick Review: I am not usually into fantasy, but this is one of my all-time favs because De Lint makes his Urban Fantasy parallel teen struggles and blurs the line between realism and fantasy.
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An Abundance of Katherines

Rating: 1/5
Genre: Young Adult Fiction
Quick Review: There were more unanswered questions than solved problems and I couldn't get into it.
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Necessary People

Rating: 3/5
Genre: Thriller
Quick Review: Don’t expect this to be a thrilling thriller.
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When Katie Met Cassidy

Rating: 3/5
Genre: Romance
Quick Review: Disappointing, but could be a good intro book into the world of LGBT fiction (in the same way that 50 Shades of Grey was an intro into BDSM).
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Any Man

Rating: 4/5
Genre: Contemporary Fiction
Quick Review: Highly disturbing and formatted unlike any other book I have read, this will be one that people either love or hate and will fuel some interesting discussion.
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Everything Everything

Rating: 5/5
Genre: Young Adult Fiction
Quick Review: There were a few flaws, but I can overlook all of that because this book grabbed me and pulled me along for the ride.
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An Absolutely Remarkable Thing

 Rating: 4/5
Genre: New Adult Science Fiction
Quick Review: An entertaining gateway into speculative sci-fi novels.
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Noir

Rating: 4/5
Genre: Historical Fiction/Satire
Quick Review: Moore is skilled at creating unique characters, outrageous storylines, and a very creative well-formulated voice.
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The Immortalists

Rating: 3/5
Genre: Magical Realism
Quick Review: Sad, strange, and better off as a short story.
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Sweet Little Lies

Rating: 5/5
Genre: Crime Mystery
Quick Review: Lots of twists and lies makes this a great pick for any mystery lover.
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Verity

Rating: 5/5
Genre: Romantic Thriller
Quick Review: A sexy thriller that will make you question everything.
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Fierce Fairytales

 Rating: 5/5
Genre: Poetry
Quick Review: A must-read for girls, teenagers, and grown women, but boys will also love these badass fantasy poems.
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Daisy Jones and The Six

 Rating: 5/5
Genre: Historical Fiction
Quick Review: Fantastic behind-the-music-style mocumentary perfect for any lover of rock-and-roll.
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The Alice Network

Rating: 4/5
Genre: Historical Fiction
Quick Review: Interesting dual-timeline WWI and WWII novel with great character development.
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P.S. I Still Love You

Rating: 2/5
Genre: Young Adult Romance
Quick Review: Another prime example of a lackluster sequel.
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Tampa

Rating: 4/5
Genre: Dark Fiction
Quick Review: Very disgusting, intriguing, and worth a read for the dialogue it starts.
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Tell Me Three Things

Rating: 5/5
Genre: Young Adult Contemporary
Quick Review: Must-read story about young love, moving across the country, and overcoming grief.
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One of Us is Lying

Rating: 5/5
Genre: Young Adult Mystery
Quick Review: This is a must-read for a murder-mystery twist on The Breakfast Club.
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Afterlife with Archie

Rating: 4/5
Genre: Dark Graphic Novel
Quick Review: It's worth it to check out this dark twist on the normally cheesy Archie Comic Universe.
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Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine

Rating: 4/5
Genre: Contemporary Fiction
Quick Review: This one will make you feel uncomfortable, but the character development makes it worth the read.
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Crazy Rich Asians

Rating: 4/5
Genre: Chick Lit
Quick Review: An otherwise interesting book uses too many perspectives and elaborate descriptions that leaves us with an abrupt ending, lack of character development, and a push for the sequel.
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Leah on the Offbeat

Rating: 3/5
Genre: Young Adult Fiction
Quick Review: Fun LGBTQ characters but not a strong enough concept to keep it afloat.
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Nine Perfect Strangers

Rating: 4/5
Genre: Contemporary Fiction
Quick Review: Interesting story, but too many perspectives left me knowing too little about too many characters.
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Self-Editing for Fiction Writers

Rating: 5/5
Genre: Non-Fiction How-To
Quick Review: Great book for all levels of writers with a somewhat complete manuscript, then walks you through how to make it better.
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Push

Rating: 2/5
Genre: Young Adult Fiction
Quick Review: I liked the concept and the voice, but it’s way more graphic than I thought it would be and parts made me feel sick.
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Bird Box

Rating: 4/5
Genre: Horror/Suspense
Quick Review: This is the first book that has ever raised my heart rate like a scary movie does, but lacked character development.
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Fair Haven

Rating: 5/5
Genre: Horror
Quick Review: At this surface, this may seem like another zombie book, but it is so much more than that with an exploration into toxic relationships and fresh starts.
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The Way I Used to Be

Rating: 5/5
Genre: Young Adult Fiction
Quick Review: One of the best books I've ever read, this is a heart-wrenching look at the aftermath of sexual assault.
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Attachments

Rating: 3/5
Genre: Contemporary Fiction
Quick Review: It was an entertaining read, and I enjoyed being thrown back into the late 90s, but the climax took too long of a build-up.
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Sometimes I Lie

Rating: 4/5
Genre: Psychological Thriller
Quick Review: Lots of twists and turns, left me questioning everything, but also wanting more.
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Sweet Little Lies

Rating: 5/5
Genre: Crime Mystery
Quick Review: Lots of twists and lies makes this a great pick for any mystery lover.
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Little Fires Everywhere

Rating: 5/5
Genre: Contemporary Fiction
Quick Review: Amazing book with a dynamic story and a variety of complex characters
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All Your Perfects

Rating: 5/5
Genre: Romance
Quick Review: In my mind, I always think it’s impossible for an author with such die-hard fans to actually be good, but, oh my God, I eat up every single one of her books, including this one.
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How to Stop Time

Rating: 2/5
Genre: Science/Historical Fiction
Quick Review: Lack of emotions and filtering left me disconnected from this time-binding historical fiction novel.
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Landline

Rating: 4/5
Genre: Chick Lit
Quick Review: This was a quick read and the premise was interesting, but I felt gipped by the ending.
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