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Blood of Elves (The Witcher, #1)

Blood of Elves (The Witcher, #1)

The town was in flames. The narrow streets leading to the moat and the first terrace belched smoke and embers, flames devouring the densely clustered thatched houses and licking at the castle walls. From the west, from the harbour gate, the screams and clamour of vicious battle and the dull blows of a battering ram Read more

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The Last Wish: Introducing the Witcher by Ostatnie życzenie

The Last Wish: Introducing the Witcher by Ostatnie życzenie

Later, it was said the man came from the north, from Ropers Gate. He came on foot, leading his laden horse by the bridle. It was late afternoon and the ropers’, saddlers’ and tanners’ stalls were already closed, the street empty. It was hot but the man had a black coat thrown over his shoulders. Read more

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Come Tumbling Down (Wayward Children, #5)

Come Tumbling Down (Wayward Children, #5)

ELEANOR WEST WAS FOND of saying—inasmuch as she was fond of saying anything predictable, sensible, or more than once—that her school had no graduates, only students who found somewhere else to do their learning for a time. Once a wayward child, always a wayward child. The school’s doors would always be open; the lost and Read more

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The Secret Chapter (The Invisible Library #6)

There had to be a heist at some point in the story, didn’t there? And there are certain tropes that consistently occur in a heist narrative, whether the protagonists are trying to get away with the Mona Lisa, a casino’s earnings, or the entire gold stocks of Turin and Fort Knox . . . Many Read more

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A Minute to Midnight (Atlee Pine #2) by David Baldacci

A Minute to Midnight (Atlee Pine #2) by David Baldacci

ONCE MORE SHE RODE into the Valley of Death. Only this “valley” was in Colorado, at ADX Florence, America’s only federal supermax prison. The “death” reference was spot-on, though; the place reeked of it by virtue of the crimes committed by the inmates housed there. FBI Special Agent Atlee Pine had driven pedal-to-the-metal to get Read more

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Blue Moon (Jack Reacher, #24) by Lee Child

Blue Moon (Jack Reacher, #24) by Lee Child

ONE The city looked small on a map of America. It was just a tiny polite dot, near a red threadlike road that ran across an otherwise empty half inch of paper. But up close and on the ground it had half a million people. It covered more than a hundred square miles. It had Read more

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When We Believed in Mermaids by Barbara O’Neal

When We Believed in Mermaids by Barbara O'Neal

My sister has been dead for nearly fifteen years when I see her on the TV news. I’d been working the ER for six hours straight, triaging young humans from a beach party where a fight broke out. Two gunshot wounds, one that nicked a kidney; a broken cheekbone; a broken wrist; and multiple facial Read more

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The Giver of Stars by Jojo Moyes

The Giver of Stars by Jojo Moyes

20 December 1937 Listen. Three miles deep in the forest just below Arnott’s Ridge, and you’re in silence so dense it’s like you’re wading through it. There’s no birdsong past dawn, not even in high summer, and especially not now, with the chill air so thick with moisture that it stills those few leaves clinging Read more

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The Totally Awesome Book of Useless Information

The Totally Awesome Book of Useless Information

“Happy Birthday to You” is the most often sung song in America. A bumblebee beats its wings about 160 times a second. Sleeping Beauty slept for one hundred years. Queen Elizabeth I had more than two thousand dresses. More presidents have been born in the state of Virginia than any other state. Sharks are the Read more

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Sam Houston and the Alamo Avengers: The Texas Victory That Changed American History

Sam Houston and the Alamo Avengers: The Texas Victory That Changed American History

o small target at six-foot-two, young Sam Houston wasn’t thinking about getting hit. He was thinking about getting even. Running through a hail of musket balls, spears, and arrows, he and his fellow soldiers sprinted toward an eight-foot-tall barricade. Behind it was an army of Red Stick Creek American Indians who had massacred three hundred Read more

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