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56:120 Burn for Me by Ilona Andrews
The first in the Hidden Legacy series by Ilona Andrews.  The world invented a serum to stimulate latent magical abilities years ago and now humans are divided by magical strength and ability.  In that scale, Nevada Baylor has listed herself as a null to hid...
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54:120 An Age of Science and Revolutions by Toby E. Huff
Review from the last time I read it, 4 years ago: Middle School History covering 1600-1800AD.  The Age of Reason, Scientific Discovery , and Enlightenment. I learned a lot reading this one and it's probably one of my favorite of the series.  Some truly rema...
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52:120 Pocket Apocalypse by Seanan McGuire
The fourth book in the Incryptid series, second from Alex Price's point of view.  Alex's girlfriend , Shelby, has come into his office to pick his brain about werewolves and how he would feel about a trip to her native country, Australia.  It turns out that...
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50:120 The Bridge to Neverland by Dave Barry & Ridley Pearson
The 5th book in the Starcatchers series.  This takes place in modern times, 2010 or so, and we are following Sarah and Aiden who have found a map in an old desk their father has acquired just before they are heading to England on a family vacation.  Sarah i...
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48:120 Health: Making Life Choices by Frances Sizer Webb & Linda Kelly DeBruyne
Textbook for High School Health class.  Covers a broad range of mental and physical health topics including basic biology, nutrition, drugs, relationships, sexuality, and aging.  Does a decent job of keeping neutral and not pushing agendas other than taking...
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46:120 The Curious Case of the Werewolf That Wasn't, the Mummy That Was, and the Cat in the Jar by Gail Carriger
A short story about Alexia's father, Alessandro as he goes to Egypt to have his Aunt's cat embalmed with his faithful manservant, Floote.  Of course, that is not the only reason he is there as the Knights Templar have gotten word of an extraordinary discove...
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I agree that this story was disappointing. I almost didn't buy it because I knew Alexia's dad was an ass. I should've listened to myself. Maybe it would've been better from someone else's perspective. But not Floote. He's an ass too.
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55:120 Return of the King by JRR Tolkein
Original review: The end of the Lord of the Rings trilogy.   Everyone who has read it always remembers Frodo's trials, Sam's devotion, Gollum's part in the destruction of it.  What I always forget until I read the book again is the aftermath, especially in ...
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I've read the Silmarillion and the Child of Hurin. Both were pretty disappointing after LOTR. The Silmarillion is a collection of short stories, some of which are good & really goes into the mythology of Middle Earth. Child of Hurin is a more epic story, but very sad & doesn't have as sympathetic characters.
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53:120 American Vision by Glencoe/McGraw/Hill
High School History Text Book.  A look at American history starting with a brief overview of how people came to the Americas and Native American culture (seriously, 16 pages on all of this), and then n it starts in on the colonization by the Spanish and mov...
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51:120 Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury
Guy Montag is a fireman in a futuristic dystopian where firemen burn books and anything else that is deemed as "controversial".  Controversial meaning, in this case, anything that causes original thoughts and detracts from the pursuit of happiness in its mo...
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49:120 Night Shift by Nalini Singh, Ilona Andrews, Lisa Shearin, & Milla Vane
Four novellas about things that happen after dark.  I picked it up because it had a new Ilona Andrews story in it about Jim and Dali and since they were my first introduction to that world they hold a special place in my heart and I wanted to see where thin...
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47:120 The Art of Asking by Amanda Palmer
Amanda Palmer gave a TED talk a few years ago and after just that short talk on asking and opening yourself up, she was asked to write this book.  Her first thought "My husband is the writer, I'm a musician" but she was convinced and this book was the resul...
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45:120 Summer Moon by Jan DeLima
Rosa is the youngest unmated, full-blooded changeling and as such was married off to the Guardian Math centuries ago when the Guardians wanted Math to move to the New World and keep watch over the Walkers.  Now Math has been killed by Dylan and the Guardian...
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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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