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58:120 Night Flower by Kate Elliot
A prequel to Court of Fives  which shows the meeting of Jessamy's parents, Kiya and Esladas.  Kiya is a Commoner who has just arrived in the city of Saryenia under her uncle's care to see city life before returning to her village and taking her place as a f...
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57:120 Waylaid by Kim Harrison
Worlds collide when Rachel Morgan from The Hollows is pulled through to the super-technology driven, completely magic-free world of Peri Reed.  Now Rachel is stuck in a world she does not understand with no magic at her fingertips and no apparent way of get...
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55:120 The Magicians by Lev Grossman
Quentin is a brilliant but miserable teen who is still obsessed with the fantasy world of his childhood, Fillory and the magic of that world. Now he has been invited to become a student at an American school of magic and learn how it works in the real world...
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53:120 Earthbound by Yasmine Galenorn
A prequel to the Otherworld series that tells of the sisters reason for being basically exiled to Earth and the start of their acclimation to life here.  They are greeted by Chase and Iris is there to give them some basics and help Camille with the bookstor...
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52:120 Court of Fives by Kate Elliot
Jessamy is frustrated with her life. She is the daughter of a Patron father who is a soldier on the rise and she is expected to act as a proper Patron girl who is barely seen and whose only job is to make a suitable match which in her case is impossible bec...
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50:120 Moon Swept: Otherworld Tales of First Love by Yasmine Galenorn
Three short stories detailing the first loves of Camille, Delilah, and Menolly.  We've seen that before Trillian, there was Camille's cousin Shamus but now we see why it really didn't work out and it wasn't just their family's disapproval.  Next we get to r...
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58:120 Night Flower by Kate Elliot
A prequel to Court of Fives  which shows the meeting of Jessamy's parents, Kiya and Esladas.  Kiya is a Commoner who has just arrived in the city of Saryenia under her uncle's care to see city life before returning to her village and taking her place as a f...
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56:120 Led Astray by Kelley Armstrong
A wonderful collection of short stories by Kelley Armstrong.  Some have been previously published and I had read before, some are new to this collection.  This was my first exposure to some of her other universes since I've pretty much stuck with Otherworld...
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54:120 A Fantasy Medley 3 by Carey, Hearne, Bickle, & De Bodard
Goddess at the Crossroads by Kevin Hearne - set in the Iron Druid series, Atticus recalls a night in the presence of Shakespeare when they came across a Hecate summoning which provided the Bard with the idea for the Witches in Macbeth.  This is the second s...
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New Releases I'm Looking Forward To: 3rd Quarter 2016
My usual disclaimer: Let me state, this is really based on authors or series that I'm already reading since those are the things I follow.  I'm not paid to write this blog nor do I have any affiliations with any publishers so I don't receive free books or a...
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51:120 United States Government: Democracy in Action by Richard C. Remy, Ph.D.
High School government text book.  Provides a good well-rounded grasp of our system of government and it's various influences, how bills become laws, how laws can be challenged up to the Supreme Court, how the system of checks and balances are supposed to w...
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49:120 Odd and the Frost Giants by Neil Gaiman
Odd is an unusual sort for a Viking boy.  His father was killed while out on a raid and before his mother remarried he went out to provide for them and a tree fell and crushed one of his legs. Now the winter isn't ending as it should and everyone is getting...
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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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