Monthly Archive: February 2012

Lone Wolf by Jodi Picoult

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I worked at a Barnes & Noble in my mid-twenties, and the author that I remember ringing up the most for our customers was Jodi Picoult. I remember being curious about the books, I remember customers telling me how much they loved her, yet it would still be a while before I actually picked up …

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The Night She Disappeared by April Henry


The Night She Disappeared by April Henry is exactly the kind of suspense/thriller I enjoy reading. This one is marketed toward YA, and features mostly the thoughts of teenagers who have been affected by the disappearance of a classmate and co-worker. Gabie knows that she was the one who should have been taken. After all, …

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Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs


I was completely shocked when Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children won by a landslide for my book club’s Young Adult category. Besides Sara, Annie, and myself, the rest of them seem to have little interest in this genre (sorry if I left someone out!) and I was wondering how this would turn out. So finally …

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