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My Grandmother Asked me to Tell You She's Sorry by Fredrik Backman,
Saving CeeCee Honeycutt by Beth Hoffman
The Lost Girls of Paris by Pam Jenoff
Shane by Jack Schaefer, Wendell Minor
How to Hack a Heartbreak by Kristin Rockaway
Prayers for Sale by Sandra Dallas
Someday, Someday, Maybe by Lauren Graham
Cross Roads by William Paul Young



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Daughter of Smoke and Bone by Laini Taylor - I really enjoyed this story and look forward to the next book. I would not consider myself a fan of Fantasy but this book was along the lines of Twilight. I really enjoyed this book and am looking forward to the next one in the series.

The Wives by Tarryn Fisher - Started off strong but then kind of teetered off for me.

One of Us is Lying by Karen M. McManus - Kept me going from the start. I thought I knew what happened but I didnt. Looking forward to the next book.

The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides - Lots of twists and turns.

The Unteachables by Gordon Korman - Read at night with my son before bed. Took us awhile but overall a good book. The message was good and the story was fun and had laugh out loud moments.

I Found You by Lisa Jewel - Lisa Jewell keeps you guessing until the end!




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Alice Isn't Dead by Joseph Fink 3 stars

I didn't hate this book. I didn't even realize it was written by the Welcome to Nightvale guy. It sounded interesting and it fit the prompt for an upside down image on the cover. When I realized it was the same author, I was excited because I like his style. But this wasn't gripping me or sucking me in the same way. I still say this could be because of the virus pandemic. Some reviewers complained about the constant reminder of the anxiety. I didn't mind it myself. Maybe because I have it. Maybe it was because it was nice to know it was always there for her but she still pushed on, even using it as a weapon to some extent.

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Born a Crime: Stories From a South African Childhood by Trevor Noah 3 stars

I was expecting something different, something lighter I think and maybe I'm not giving it as many stars as I would normally if it wasn't for the fact that I was expecting a comedy. There were certainly some parts that were amusing and kind of funny, but really this was a story about growing up in a world that I only know because of movies and Nelson Mandela. This was a much more personal account and I learned a lot. It was a moving account and I'm glad I read it, but it's not one I need to keep in my personal collection.

Editing to add that this was my substitute for the March book club read.

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The Good Earth by Pearl S. Buck 2 stars

I didn't like most of the people in this. I don't know how accurate it is in terms of a look into Chinese culture, aside from feet binding. It was written by someone who was an outsider (I know she lived in China, but that doesn't make it about her culture).

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Small Spaces
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4 stars
A genuinely spooky book for kids, with strong, fully-formed characters.

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Last Man Off Wake Island by Walter Bayler, Cecil Carnes 3 stars

I've read a fair amount of history when it comes to WW1 and WW2. This may be the most riveting first person account I've read though. It was tough to keep it in perspective though. Lots of racist comments, but I get that it was a war and the focus was intense. The last part of the book though, is especially interesting because he tells why he wrote it. The war wasn't over yet. We no longer look at Japan the same way.

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Orbiting Jupiter
By Gary Schmidt
4 stars
A YOUNG ADULT novel
Although short in length, this book packs a punch. A foster brother brings enormous challenges, and then changes, to a family. A satisfying conclusion leaves the reader feeling hopeful.

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The Starless Sea by Erin Morgenstern 3 stars

I might have to preface all my reading this month with a disclaimer. The New World Order has made it super difficult for me to concentrate and be drawn in to books lately. I don't know if it is that I am still working (essential employee), and everyone is home when I'm trying to read or if it's just the stress of not knowing how things are going to go. So there is my disclaimer.

I LOVED her previous book. It was a 5 star read. This one, I don't know. It seemed if not forced, really, really contrived. I think there can be too much planning in story telling. It felt like it was written to be discussed in literary circles.

I liked the premise. There were a lot of beautiful passages, but it just didn't feel magical and it was a book with a LOT of magic in it. I didn't hate it the way some did. I didn't love it as much as I thought I would. I liked it.

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The Night Tiger
By Yangsze Choo
3.5 starts
This book presented a delicious view of the life of the privileged Brits who lived in Malay in the 1930s; colonialism at its greatest. The tiger lore was fascinating - I had never heard of a weretiger before! The magic realism was not overplayed, and it felt like it was legitimate in this setting. The mystery and suspense were well-wrought and very satisfying. However, like a previous reviewer, I was not expecting the romance, of which I am not the biggest fan. That said, forbidden romance is the best kind when it comes to novels! I think I might have enjoyed this book more if I hadn’t been so distracted by the COVID19 Scare of 2020. That circumstance has made it very difficult for me to sustain focus. In a different state of mind, I may have given it 4 stars.

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Brownies to Die For by Bev Shaffer
4.5 stars
I am not a huge brownie fan, but my grandson is. Took this out Of the library for him to read, but ended up reading it myself. If you like brownies, this is a terrific cookbook. I even learned how to make homemade vanilla extract!

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The Bad Mother’s Book Club
by Kerris Stainton
2 stars
A Book Club pick. Just not my up of tea. I am not a fan of contemporary fiction as a rule, and this one just did not engage me as a reader.

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Back Spin by Harlan Coben
3.5 stars
Very readable and humorous at times. Okay mystery. I do get a kick out of Myron Bolitar and his acerbic take on life.

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Death of Kings (The Saxon Stories, #6) by Bernard Cornwell (5*)
With Alfred the Great's demise the Danish invaders gather to oppose the young King Edward but are also joined by several supposed Saxon allies of Edward, who prefer to be kings in their own smaller ponds rather than subordinate to a Wessex king in a united England. Betrayals, traps, and treachery most foul abound in this one. This series is not growing dull and Cornwell keeps our sardonic hero Uhtred's blade and tongue sharp.

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--Redcoat by Bernard Cornwell (5*)
The British army occupies Philadelphia and the American colonists are split between those desiring independence, those loyal to the England crown, and those fearing independence will bring ruin without the support of British trade and protection of British troops. I did not enjoy this book as much as The Last Kingdom, but a less enjoyable Cornwell book is still better than most non-Cornwell books. Instead of focusing on a central magnetic character, it began by introducing several main characters, whose lives had not yet intersected. It took awhile to get moving and to establish who, if anyone, the central character would be. After that, it became a fast-paced, engrossing story that was well worth reading.

--The Reason You're Alive by Matthew Quick (5*)
Crusty old Vietnam Vet and successful financier faces up to widowhood, brain tumor, estrangement from his wimpy henpecked snowflake son, the brutal legacy of Vietnam, and a soldier to whom he did a great wrong. This could be labeled the best book you haven't heard about and will go on the list of my all-time favorite books. I listened to the audiobook, and it was so well done.

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An American Marriage by Tayari Jones
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Time and Again by Jack Finney 3 stars

I had a lot of trouble getting into this book. It was slow. There was a lot of repetition. I had trouble with the science of it. The fire scene was fantastic though!

I'll end up giving this 3 stars, but in part, because I have a twist to help me believe the story - or at least make it work better for me.

You see, there are so few people who can make the leap/trip work, and yet this one person can do it and can easily help others do the same thing (without all the rigorous training). I've decided it is because they are a special race of people. For me, they are witches who can walk though time. People who are likeminded have a knack for "finding" their tribe, so to speak. I think that is what happened here. They're witches. Or time walkers. They aren't people the Army trained to travel back in time. They're just hitting on those that happen to have this superpower.

Now that I don't have to have science explaining it, I like it better.

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The Secret Wisdom of the Earth
By Christopher Scotton
5 stars
Coming of age. Loss. Boyhood. Conflict. Evil. Acceptance. Tolerance. Forgiveness. This book consumed me as I consumed it. I loved the characters, I loved the plot, I loved the setting, and I loved the conclusion. All the components of good solid storytelling.

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The Yard by Alex Grecian (4*)
1889 is a tough time to be a cop in London. The police get no respect after their failure to find Jack the Ripper, and now there's not only a cop killer to hunt down but a new serial killer, who isn't Jack, roaming the streets. Then there's that emerging field of forensic medicine to add to the confusion. Against this backdrop, an intriguing and entertaining murder mystery takes place. I found this to be a well constructed crime novel with some rather interesting characters. This book is entertaining as both historical fiction and suspense novel.

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Room by Emma Donoghue 4 stars

I hadn't planned on reading this book in spite of hearing some good things about it. It's just not my kind of book. My almost daughter-in-law let me borrow it though, so I decided to. That it happened to fit a prompt for my reading challenge, was a bonus.

The story is told from the perspective of a just turned 5 year old boy and I thought it was so well done. A child's perspective in thought, with some "big" words because his only other human interaction to this point in his life was with his mom. It was gut wrenching and scary at times. A good portion of the time I was reading it, I alternated to how I imagine I would handle things to realizing some of the things we take for granted having learned them slowly as we grow up.

Surprised at how much I liked this one.

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The Mother Tongue: English and How It Got That Way by Bill Bryson (3*)
This book about the inconsistencies and vagaries of the English language, spelling, and grammar and how they evolved is one of Bryson's earlier books, before he found his style, and is disappointingly dull. There was food for thought and some of his sardonic humor, but not nearly enough.

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Boy’s Life
By Robert McCammon
4 stars
This author has such a way with words! I was captivated from page one, and my enthusiasm did not wane until around the halfway mark. Then, although the writing was still wonderful, the magic realism began to undermine my bond with the story itself.
It’s funny; I was just thinking the other day that I wished I could find a book that I could enjoy as I had enjoyed books as a kid - with total anticipation and immersion. Then along came this book. And my engagement at the beginning of the book was such that I almost felt I had recaptured that elusive reading experience.
Every chapter is weighted with adventure and mystery. The author demonstrates such insight into his characters’ motivations and makes brilliant observations of human nature. He makes use of clever turns of phrase that I feel certain he could publish his own volume on those alone.
Cory was a fully-realized character, and as the reader, I felt all his feels! I wish, for my sake though, that the author had grounded his Cory’s adventures in more believable circumstances...

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The Aloha Quilt by Jennifer Chiaverini
4 stars
Nice story. Interesting to learn some Hawaiian history and learn about their quilts.

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-- Lords of the North (The Saxon Stories #3) by Bernard Cornwell (5*)
Uhtred returns to Northumberland to seek revenge on the enemies who killed Ragnar and to take back his inheritance from his uncle. Both impossible missions are more impossible than he ever imagined and not made any easier when he is betrayed and sold to a slaver.

-- Sword Song (The Saxon Stories #4) by Bernard Cornwell (5*)
Uhtred is now happily married and a successful military commander. Alfred places him under arrogant cousin Aethelred to take back London from Viking hordes, a difficult task at best even without Aethelred really screwing up and getting his wife, Alfred's daughter, captured by the Vikings that they drove out of London. Now Uhtred has to pull off an even more perilous raid.

Our little Uhtred has grown up and has become a smart and fearsome warrior as well as an acerbic rogue who can weave an engrossing tale from his memories and draw the reader into the midst of the action, and action and romance abound in these two volumes.

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Tell Me Lies by Carola Lovering, 3.5 stars

Tell Me Lies is about that one person who still haunts you—the other one. The wrong one. The one you couldn’t let go of. The one you’ll never forget.

Lucy Albright is far from her Long Island upbringing when she arrives on the campus of her small California college, and happy to be hundreds of miles from her mother, whom she’s never forgiven for an act of betrayal in her early teen years. Quickly grasping at her fresh start, Lucy embraces college life and all it has to offer—new friends, wild parties, stimulating classes. And then she meets Stephen DeMarco. Charming. Attractive. Complicated. Devastating.

Confident and cocksure, Stephen sees something in Lucy that no one else has, and she’s quickly seduced by this vision of herself, and the sense of possibility that his attention brings her. Meanwhile, Stephen is determined to forget an incident buried in his past that, if exposed, could ruin him, and his single-minded drive for success extends to winning, and keeping, Lucy’s heart.


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The writing was good, but the characters had zero redeeming qualities. I hated everyone. I realize I was supposed to, but I hate being angry with characters at the end of a book for some reason. The ending was a bit underwhelming.

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The Wives by Tarryn Fisher, 4.5 stars.

Thursday’s husband, Seth, has two other wives. She’s never met them, and she doesn’t know anything about them. She agreed to this unusual arrangement because she’s so crazy about him.

But one day, she finds something. Something that tells a very different—and horrifying—story about the man she married.

***Review***
I can't say much about my rating without giving up spoilers, so I'll just say I didn't care for the explanation and you do see it coming, but I liked the story and the ending anyway.

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The Last Thing She Ever Did by Gregg Olsen - 3 stars.
Interesting characters that you wanted to find redeeming qualities about, but had to work hard to do. I wish that the author would have dug a little deeper into several of the subplots as they would have developed more depth in the characters.

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Wishful Drinking by Carrie Fisher 4 stars

Listening to this while commuting was like sharing the ride with her. Sometimes I laughed, sometimes, because I know what happens eventually, I got a little weepy - especially when she talked about almost dying. And the end - the hologram scene. See, the day she died, we found out just as we were leaving the movie that ended with that hologram. As we stepped out of the theater, everyone's phone seemed to be buzzing with the news. Sniff.

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--The Last Kingdom (The Saxon Stories, #1) by Bernard Cornwell (5*)
Little Northumbrian Saxon Uhtred's father is killed by Danish invaders, and he is taken as a slave by an affable Dane, Ragnar, who is a kinder father than he's known and who trains him to be a formidable warrior. When Ragnar's enemies slaughter the family and friends at a wedding feast, Uhtred escapes into Wessex where he must serve Alfred the Great, but his belief in the pre-Christian gods, mixed loyalties, and brash personality make him generally disliked and untrusted.

--The Pale Horseman (The Saxon Stories, #2) by Bernard Cornwell (5*)
Angry at Alfred and bored with peace, Uhtred "borrows" a boat and crew to seek wealth by raiding Saxons in the far West. A priest who escaped the slaughter becomes a favorite of Alfred's and is now a powerful enemy of Uhtred. The Danes attack in force but Uhtred rescues Alfred and his family and they hide in the swamps regathering their army. Uhtred is instrumental in retaking Wessex but pays a heavy price.

These first two volumes are essentially one long story and should be read together. They are excellent and exciting reading. Although Uhtred and friends are fiction, Cornwell does his best to keep the historical part accurate. His writing is beautiful to read and he draws the readers deeply into the story. There is also humor in Uhtred's sardonic narrative and dialogue. The biggest problem is that the books are close to impossible to put down and they cost me much sleep.

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The Ghost Map: The Story of London's Most Terrifying Epidemic—and How It Changed Science, Cities, and the Modern World by Steven Johnson 4 stars

I was sucked in almost from the first page with this book. The reason for 4 stars rather than 5 was because it did get repetitive. Amazing story and I learned a lot, not just about the incident on Broad Street, but what it means in modern times and future (potential) events. I learned a good deal about the science of microbiology in the process too.

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This is where we can keep track of the books we read this month and rate them. This is similar to the “what are you reading” thread, but we will include only those books we finish reading in the month. If you start a book the previous month but finish in the current month, it counts for the current month. Please list the title, author, and your rating. You can also add a short review if you’d like.

Let’s use a 5-star rating system:

1 star * Hated it~Not worth your time
2 stars ** OK~There were some redeeming qualities
3 stars *** Liked it~Enjoyable read
4 stars **** Really liked it~Definitely worth reading
5 stars ***** Loved it~Great read and would recommend to others

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