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10:120 Presidents and Their Times: Theodore Roosevelt by Dan Elish
A series that chronicles the life of each president, this one focused on Theodore Roosevelt.  We get to see President Roosevelt as a child and watch as he deals with frailty, the loss of his father, then his mother and first wife.  The strength of purpose a...
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8:120 Radiance by Catherynne M. Valente
It's the year 1986 in an alternate reality. One in which man has colonized many of the planets of the solar system but motion pictures are still almost entirely silent. Severin Unk has been in front of the camera almost since birth.  As the daughter of the ...
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6:120 Aristotle & Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe by Benjamin Alire Saenz
It's summer between Aristotle's junior and senior year and he can't figure out what to do with himself.  He's bored so decides to head to the swimming pool even though he can't swim.  There he meets Dante who volunteers to teach him to swim. Dante who seems...
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4:120 These Happy Golden Years by Laura Ingalls Wilder
My post from 2011: A simply lovely story detailing the courtship of Almanzo and Laura as well as Laura's growing up.  You see the steady, innocent affection shared by both of them and enjoy the quiet but sure way their relationship grows.  It was lovely to ...
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2:120 Wings of Fire: Winter Turning by Tui T. Sutherland
The 7th book in the Wings of Fire series, 2nd in the Jade Mountain series.  Winter has always been a disappointment to his family.  He has never excelled at the things the Icewings care about and thus has never raised high enough in the rankings to the dete...
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2015 Recap and 2016 Goals
Another year of high hopes in reading and I felt like I did well for most of the year but towards the end, things slipped away from me.  I more than made my goal of 120 books read with reading 141 but made a miscalculation so I only read 39 of 40 new author...
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9:120 Our Town by Thorton Wilder
School re-read.  Here's what I said about it last time A play in 3 acts. It takes us back in time to 1901 in a small town in New Hampshire. It's a simple play designed to show how simple life can be and at the end, that it's wasted on the living who spend t...
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7:120 The Jungle Book by Rudyard Kipling
The classic tales of the Jungle's of India and some of their inhabitants including Mowgli, the man-cub who was raised by wolves.  There are also tales of the elephants, the white seal, the mongoose, and others.  The tales are richly told and were engaging b...
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5:120 Fury's Kiss by Karen Chance
The 3rd book in the Midnight's Daughter series.  Dory has been continuing her work for the Senate, now as part of the task force looking into the portals that are bringing things in illegally from Faerie.  During her investigation however, her partner was k...
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3:120 Indexing:Reflections by Seanan McGuire
The sequel to Indexing. Mother 'Birdy' Hubbard may have been stopped but she was also locked away in the secure prison for Fairy Tales where she is able to continue to spin her tale and those of the people around her.  Henry is even more danger though becau...
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1:120 Death's Mistress by Karen Chance
The 2nd book in the Dorina Basarab series.  Dory's roommate Claire has returned from Fairie due to threats against her son and the rune of power that should be his having been stolen. The Senate has Dory under contract and this time, she's to bring back the...
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141:120 Magic Stars by Ilona Andrews
A short story set in the universe of Kate Daniels but focusing on her ward Julie and pack member Derek.  Derek has set off to find out what has happened to a family that does work for Curran's pack and finds that the group that killed them was searching for...
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Davis Academy for Boys, Principal Administrator and Head Teacher
Save yourself and your possessions and go anywhere else. First, the management is a joke. They do not return phone calls if they are full. That includes current as well as potential new renters. This also includes if your storage locker has been broken into. Then they will lie to your face about having called you. I had to drive there on numerous occasions to actually talk to someone fact to face since my phone calls went unanswered and it took 5 tries at different times of the day during their so-called business hours to actually find someone there and not a "be back later" sign. When I finally made contact, I was informed that they are over 90% certain who is breaking into the lockers and that it is a current renter. Apparently every time he resides in his locker, this happens. Now we sign a rental agreement saying that we won't do this and they use that same rental agreement as a reason why they are not liable for our locker being broken into. However, this person is allowed to stay and have access to everyone's locker so he doesn't even have to circumvent their laughable security features. They haven't bothered with security cameras despite multiple break-ins but yet our rental fees have gone up yet again. What those are paying for, I have no idea. So go anywhere else and protect your belongings. They are not safe here and the people could care less so long as you keep forking over $$$ every month. Thankfully we'll be moving everything out soon but at this point, I don't know how much has been broken and stolen.
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