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The Good Luck of Right Now by Matthew Quick

August 20, 2013

Thirty-eight year old Bartholomew Neil lived with his mother his entire life.  When she is diagnosed with brain cancer and dies because of it, Bartholomew is left lost and alone.  His assigned grief counselor, Wendy, encourages Bartholomew to set new goals for his life (i.e. having a drink at a bar with someone his own … Continue reading The Good Luck of Right Now by Matthew Quick

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Forgive Me, Leonard Peacock by Matthew Quick

August 05, 2013

In addition to the P-38, there are four gifts, one for each of my friends. I want to say good-bye to them properly. I want to give them each something to remember me by. To let them know I really cared about them and I’m sorry I couldn’t be more than I was—that I couldn’t … Continue reading Forgive Me, Leonard Peacock by Matthew Quick

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Silver Linings Playbook by Matthew Quick

July 26, 2013

After spending time in a neural rehab facility, 34 year old Pat Peoples returns home with hopes of getting his life back together.  Pat is convinced that if he works out enough and reads enough classic literature, his wife will return to him.  Pat refers to their separation as “apart time” and is thoroughly convinced … Continue reading Silver Linings Playbook by Matthew Quick

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Cinder by Marissa Meyer

July 16, 2013

Cinder is set in a futuristic world where cyborgs, androids, and visitors from the moon (Luna) are all part of every day life.  Sixteen year old Cinder is a cyborg who lives in New Beijing with her wicked stepmother.  She remembers little to nothing about her life before age eleven when she was adopted by a … Continue reading Cinder by Marissa Meyer

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The Coldest Girl in Coldtown by Holly Black

July 09, 2013

Tana lives in a world where vampires are a real threat to society.  After years of living in hiding, they have made their presence known among the living.  To deal with the problem, Coldtowns (walled cities where vampires and humans coexist) were created.  The only problem is that once you enter a Coldtown you are … Continue reading The Coldest Girl in Coldtown by Holly Black

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A Discovery of Witches by Deborah Harkness

June 20, 2013

Diana Bishop is a middle aged librarian/historian studying alchemy.  She has spent her entire life pretending not to be a witch, despite a long line of renown witches in the Bishop family.  While studying at Oxford, Diana accidentally uncovers a long lost manuscript that holds some sort of secret desired by all those in the … Continue reading A Discovery of Witches by Deborah Harkness

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The Final Piece by Maggi Myers

May 28, 2013

Beth Bradshaw hasn’t had the easiest life. From the time she was five years old, Beth was sexually abused by a family friend.  Her drug abusing parents didn’t notice what was happening and Beth kept it to herself for years.  Beth finally decides to tell her mother, who chooses not to believe her.  It isn’t … Continue reading The Final Piece by Maggi Myers

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Dead Until Dark by Charlaine Harris

May 19, 2013

Blond haired, blue eyed Sookie Stackhouse lives in the small southern town of Bon Temps, Louisiana.  While she may appear to be an average southern girl, Sookie has a very unique talent; she can read minds.  Most of the local townspeople consider her to be a little crazy because of this quirk and Sookie has … Continue reading Dead Until Dark by Charlaine Harris

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Out of Easy by Ruta Sepetys

May 05, 2013

Seventeen year old, Josie Moraine, lives in the French Quarter of New Orleans during the 1950s.  Her mother is a prostitute with little regard for Josie’s well being. Josie lives in a room above the bookstore where she works and also cleans the brothel where her mother resides.  The brothel is run by Willy, a … Continue reading Out of Easy by Ruta Sepetys

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Attachments by Rainbow Rowell

May 04, 2013

Moving back home after acquiring an undergrad and multiple master’s degrees, Lincoln finds that he still doesn’t know who he is or what he wants.  He lives with his mother and has a very limited social life.  The most interesting thing about his current situation is that he works nights at The Courier as their … Continue reading Attachments by Rainbow Rowell

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