Life is A Gift

Everything, Everything  by Nicola Yoon Audiobook read by Bahni Turpin Madeline is diagnosed severe combined immunodeficiency (SCID), also known as “bubble baby disease”. She is really strong and optimism, though. Sadly or happily or maybe both, it turned out to be a terrible mistake.

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Pranksters

The Terrible Two -Terrible Two Series, Book 1, by Mac Barnett, Jory John & audio book Mac Barnett is the author of Telephone; Jory John is the author of All My Friends Are Dead For I am a prankster. So be it.

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Tough Hero

Killing Floor ,  Jack Reacher Series, Book 1, by  Lee Child All about the typical American Hollywood tough hero Reacher, only that he just mind his own business rather than saving the world using some kind of superpower.  

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Misery

The God of Small Things  by Arundhati Roy Audiobook twice Miserable childhood of the twins and practically everyone in the book. Well, well ,well, as always, the things that appears to be alien, miserable that beyond one’s imagination, and fits into labels that would become popular in foreign. Maybe because the stories are partly true, and fits […]

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Concubine

The Handmaid’s Tale  by Margaret Atwood Audio Book read by Joanna David It feels that the Handmaids are at some extent  a bit like concubines. There are really huge amounts of books about concubines, but this one has a unique background, which really makes it stands out.  I must say the way to put your story in […]

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Teens

Feral Youth  by Shaun David Hutchinson Ten teens spent a few days in the woods, getting to know each other. Though they are troubled adolescents in the eyes of adults, but they do have their own sayings of their stories. Some hints about the stories: Jackie girl ,Wolf Tino boy, School party & fog Jaila girl, […]

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Um

The Notebook-Calhoun Family Saga, Book 1  by Nicholas Sparks, read by Barry Bostwick Um…what should I say, ur…the reader did a good work and so was the music in back. Though I understand the feeling for Allie partly, but  still I  can hardly agree that people who chose to hurt another person willfully should run off […]

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