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Lady Midnight
by Cassandra Clare


Kinda reminds me of the Percy jackson books but its not really Greek mythology its just fantasy beings
 
 


Homework A Memoir Of My Hollywood Years By Julie Andrews
by Julie Andrews


This autobiography is very entertaining. Many details of her success in Hollywood from Mary Poppins and Sound of Music while raising her daughter, Emma. Then lots of movies with Blake Edwards that I want to see now. I was surprised at her adoptions of two Vietnamese orphans and trips to Cambodia and Vietnam and Japan to entertain there. Victor/Victoria was one of the last movies mentioned in this phase of her life. She remains wholesome and positive in spite of drug addictions and depressions of people who surround her.
 
 


The Family Upstairs
by Lisa Jewell


This story was a slow thriller/suspense that will have you slightly disturbed with the activities of the characters. Its told from past/present timelines with multiple POVs so it would leave you guessing and wondering who is the reliable narrator. At times it was vague but others it added in tidbits of information that wasn't explored. Lisa Jewell is a wonderful author.
 
 


Star Wars trapped in the Death Star
by Michael


15
 
 


The Land of Long Lost Friends
by Alexander Mccall Smith Ladies Detective Series


As expected and never disappointed, a delightfully heartfelt and humorous visit with the No.1 Ladies Detective Agency characters in Botswana.
 
 


Incredibles1 and 2 Book Movie Storybook
by Jessica Colburn


Long, but accurate to the movie.
 
 


Incredibles1 and 2 Book Movie Storybook
by Jessica Colburn


Long, but accurate to the movie.
 
 


Incredibles1 and 2 Book Movie Storybook
by Jessica Colburn


Long, but accurate to the movie.
 
 


River Rose And The Magical Lullaby
by Kelly Clarkson


I like it
 
 


Path of the Puma: The Remarkable Resilience of the Mountain Lion
by Jim Williams


I very much enjoyed this book and the eye-opening scientific information the author brought to my attention. I like the narrative point of view of the author mixed with scientific data and analysis. A lot of things I thought about mountain lions ended up to not be true and it completely baffled me. I used to be terrified about an encounter with a cougar, but after reading this book, I actually have a soft spot for these animals. I loved this book and would definitely recommend this to a friend who is also interested in animals
 
 
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