Suzy Saves Elysha, the Baby Elephant (Animal Ark Books) (Book 2)

Suzy Saves Elysha, the Baby Elephant (Animal Ark Books) (Book 2) came just as described! it's been most helpful to me in the use of my new chromebook, which I bought used off ebay!

Philadelphia Diary: A Day By Day Look at Three Hundred Years of Philadelphia History

Philadelphia Diary: A Day By Day Look at Three Hundred Years of Philadelphia History came in excellent condition as it was described by seller. It took a little long to arrive, (over one week), but it was worth the wait.I would buy again from this seller.

The Vampyre Syndrome: The Truth Behind the Highgate Vampire Legend

I picked up all the 80AD books for my kindle and I have to say I am quite happy with The Vampyre Syndrome: The Truth Behind the Highgate Vampire Legends. So far I have enjoyed reading them and would recommend them to anyone.

Durham Priory Kitchen: Its Place in the Life of Durham Priory and Durham Cathedral Buildings, Food and People

I liked Durham Priory Kitchen: Its Place in the Life of Durham Priory and Durham Cathedral Buildings, Food and People but I am in for longer books that have more chapters and details on the story. I am happy that she decided to write a second book about Ryan but I think hey should have been together. But it was good over all.

How to Raise Teenagers' Self-Esteem

Read a few pages and you're hooked. Just as you get to know one interesting character, they connect with yet and even more interesting one who's life is in peril. Hugh has a great talent for describing everyday things with amazing detail that really place the reader in How to Raise Teenagers' Self-Esteem.

Pro-Musica

I hated Pro-Musica. This was another book for my book club. I thought that the characters were flat and annoying, and I had a very hard time sympathizing with any of them. I also didn't really appreciate all of the name-dropping throughout Pro-Musica, as it felt very condescending.

Three Faces Of Autumn: Poetry, Prose, Translations, A Charles Guenther Retrospective

I tried, I mean really tried to enjoy Three Faces Of Autumn: Poetry, Prose, Translations, A Charles Guenther Retrospective but I just couldn't. The synopsis of it sounded unique and fun but it just dragged and dragged.

The Fender Book: A Complete History of Fender Electric Guitars, 2nd Edition

Outlaw is very readable and enjoyable for the most part, but some of it was very gory. His character was exceptionally mean in some parts yet his leniency toward a family member later in The Fender Book: A Complete History of Fender Electric Guitars, 2nd Edition seemed not to fit his character as shown throughout The Fender Book: A Complete History of Fender Electric Guitars, 2nd Edition.

Literatura moderna hispánica: An Anthology (Spanish Edition)

The graphics in Literatura moderna hispánica: An Anthology (Spanish Edition) were cute but there is no story. The author basically just rhymes her way around Lily 's room. The end. Even my four year old was like is that it?

Water and Water Pollution Handbook

Water and Water Pollution Handbook was really funny and I enjoyed it a lot I do recommend Water and Water Pollution Handbook to many people yes

Indian Women of Early Mexico

Indian Women of Early Mexico makes me want to close my eyes and observe my surroundings and appreciate my sight more. Great book

Chinese Sayings (Tut books)

I didn't finish this. I can see why some people would really enjoy Chinese Sayings (Tut books) but it just wasn't my cup of tea. I'm not a huge mystery or detective book fan in the first place and the psychic stuff didn't sit well with my pragmatic mind. If you like this genre by all means give it a try. It's well written, what a read of it.

Emerson's Life in Science: The Culture of Truth

Another book that I hated to put down, I loved Emerson's Life in Science: The Culture of Truth and wanted to read the next one, so I bought it, I haven't started it yet, but as soon As I finish the one i am reading now I will start on the next one in the series

I'm Not as Old as I Used to Be: Reclaiming Your Life in the Second Half

I really enjoyed I'm Not as Old as I Used to Be: Reclaiming Your Life in the Second Half! Fast paced,and perfect this time of the year. The characters were believable and the setting was nice.A good read.

U.S. Foreign Policy and Religion During the Cold War and the War on Terror: A Study of How Harry S. Truman and George W. Bush Administrations Procured Public Support for Warfare

I liked U.S. Foreign Policy and Religion During the Cold War and the War on Terror: A Study of How Harry S. Truman and George W. Bush Administrations Procured Public Support for Warfare because it not only tells about using your subconscious mind but it also goes into how to live a purposeful life. Together, both of the subjects help you to handle life a little better or at least understand your way through it.

Children of Perestroika in Israel

I wad not impressed with Children of Perestroika in Israel. The ornaments were made with real plants and shells or twigs with address glitter. Not my kind of ornament. But I will say that the directions were very thorough.

Controlling Frontiers: Free Movement Into and Within Europe

It could have been an very interesting story I think. However there was foul language (so very unnecessary) and I kept thinking maybe the language would go away. And then a sexual scene caused me to close Controlling Frontiers: Free Movement Into and Within Europe. I love an historical, intriguing story minus the baseness. I couldn't recommend Controlling Frontiers: Free Movement Into and Within Europe for a Christian reader.

Raving Lunacy: Clubbed to Death

I don't usually write reviews for Raving Lunacy: Clubbed to Deaths that I read but this one deserves all 5 stars and a review! I absolutely loved it, it was fast paced, kept you on your toes because just when you thought you had it figured out something else would change and came full circle with an ending that did not leave me wondering. I honestly have to say this is my favorite book ever!

Streetwise Guide to Renovating Your Home

I didn't expect Streetwise Guide to Renovating Your Home to reveal any ancient or unknown philosophy, I just wanted something simple with some one-liners that could keep me on track. Streetwise Guide to Renovating Your Home does exactly what it says it does, which is provide great insight with some great illustrations. I love it.

The Jigsaw Man

I fell in love with The Jigsaw Man and Cliff. I was looking for a good urban love story and this fit the bill. I'm happy with the way it ended. After everything she went through I'm happy that Keisha found a good man.


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