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The Fault in Our Stars by John Green

April 17
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The Fault in Our Stars gets you thinking about the meaning of life and the afterlife and about the things that you accomplish in between.

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The Fault in Our Stars by John Green

April 14
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The Fault in Our Stars by John Green explores some thought-provoking existential and philosophical issues, not the least of which involves a desire to leave your mark on this world so that you’re remembered even after you’re gone.

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A Marker To Measure Drift by Alexander Maksik

April 10
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A Marker To Measure Drift was a very quick read because I couldn’t bear to leave Jacqueline, the heroine, alone.

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The Program by Suzanne Young

April 7
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Ever read Delirium by Lauren Oliver? Seen the movie Memento starring Guy Pearce? If you answered yes to both, then you’ll have an idea of what to expect in The Program by Suzanne Young.

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The Empty Room by Lauren B. Davis

April 5
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The Empty Room by Lauren B. Davis is raw and depressing, and reading it had me feeling utter hopelessness and despair. But that is exactly what made it so good.

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Uncovering You: The Contract by Scarlett Edwards

March 31
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Uncovering You: The Contract by Scarlett Edwards is the first erotic fiction novella in the Uncovering You series. Apparently, each novella is a fully contained story with its own climax and conclusion, although I didn’t necessarily feel that way after finishing this first book.

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My Notorious Life by Kate Manning

March 28
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The end of My Notorious Life dragged a little, and I didn’t like the second half of the book as much as I enjoyed reading about Axie growing up, but My Notorious Life was enlightening and entertaining.

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The Aviator’s Wife by Melanie Benjamin

March 20
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The Aviator’s Wife by Melanie Benjamin is quite true to Lucky Lindy’s actual life. It doesn’t focus so much on his flight across the Atlantic, but deals with the resulting fame it afforded him. It is told by the point of view of Charles’ wife, Anne.

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The Wind Is Not A River by Brian Payton

March 14
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The Wind Is Not A River by Brian Payton is a fantastic wilderness survival story set during WWII. A must-read for adventure-lovers.

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Savage Delight by Sara Wolf – Blog Tour & Giveaway

March 12
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Book tour for the Young Adult novel Savage Delight by Sara Wolf.

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