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World​ ​Travel​ ​Guide​ ​for​ ​Gamblers​ ​Released

Smart players start with books October, 5th – Gambling addiction is the most popular topic nowadays. People spend a lot of money in order to be rich without any efforts. It’s not a secret that gambling is prohibited in many countries so people try to find online games or play while traveling. In October, 1st,…
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October 13, 2017 0

Lola and the Boy Next Door by Stephanie Perkins

Publisher: Dutton Release date: September 29, 2011 Pages: 338 Summary: Lola has a great life—she has two great parents, a hot rocker boyfriend, and a fabulous BFF. But all this begins to crumble with the reappearance of the Bell twins, neighbors who had moved away, but are now back for good. Lola’s history with Calliope…
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September 17, 2017 0

The Book of Man: Readings on the Path to Manhood

  Bound so as to unite both old and new, The Book of Man is truly an intergenerational book.  Rough-cut pages recall bygone days while a slick cover and interior graphics meld a modern feel with the reminiscence of old cartography. The one thing missing to complete this ambiance would be a book ribbon to…
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September 2, 2017 0

Book Review: Socialpunk by Monica Leonelle

Title: Socialpunk Author: Monica Leonelle Series: Socialpunk Trilogy eBook: 172 pages Release Date: March 27, 2012 Publisher: Spaulding House Reading Level: Young Adult How do you deal with the only home, only world, you have never known being a lie? What would you do if you suddenly discovered that outside your home, your city, your…
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August 30, 2017 0

The 21 Indispensable Qualities of a Leader: Becoming the Person Others Will Want to Follow

  Unlike many books whose lengthy chapters encourage once-through reading, The 21 Indispensable Qualities of a Leader is designed for reflection and as a guidebook to creating the leader from within. The author John C. Maxwell is truly a leadership coach in this small volume by setting a framework for personal growth and leadership. “Read…
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August 14, 2017 0

Replication [The Jason Experiment]

Title:  Replication [The Jason Experiment] Author: Jill Williamson Hardcover: 304 pages Release Date: December 27, 2011 Publisher: Zonderkidz Reading Level: Young Adult   What if almost everyone around you looked exactly like you? What if you were told your entire life that the air above ground was toxic and that your purpose in life was…
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August 14, 2017 0

Book Review: Angel Eyes by Shannon Dittemore

  Title: Angel Eyes Author: Shannon Dittemore Series: Angel Eyes Genre: Christian YA Paperback: 320 pages Release Date: May 29, 2012 Publisher: Thomas Nelson Fiction Reading Level: Young Adult   What would you do if you lost your very best friend in the whole world and you were firmly convinced it was your fault? What…
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August 1, 2017 0

The Five Love Languages: The Secret to Love That Lasts

  Insightful, easy-to-read, and powerful, The Five Love Languages takes a simple, but profound look at love in marriage. Whether your marriage is thriving, struggling, or seemingly dead, this book offers a unique outlook into expressing love to match your spouse’s emotional needs. The Five Love Languages shows that love is possible after the in-love…
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May 17, 2017 0

Book Review: Starters by Lissa Price

Title: Starters Author: Lissa Price Hardcover: 368 Pages Release Date: March 13, 2012 Publisher: Delacorte Books for Young Readers Reading Level: Young Adult   What if you were a street urchin in a dystopian world where there are only senior citizens (Enders) and children/teens (Starters)? You aren’t allowed to work/earn money and you have no…
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May 16, 2017 0

Be the People: A Call to Reclaim America’s Faith and Promise by Carol Swain

  Before beginning Be the People, I expected a conglomeration of conservative buzzwords, overworked arguments, and vehement attacks on contrary opinions. Instead, I found freshly-turned arguments and, for the most part, careful research and disciplined discussion. Carol Swain has a unique position in presenting this book.  As academic, African American, and female, she makes herself…
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April 21, 2017 0