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I finished this yesterday, so still a February read.

The Immortalists
By Chloe Benjamin
4 stars
Momento mori.
It isn't when we die, it is how we live, that truly matters.

~ Joanne

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SHELTER IN PLACE, by Nora Roberts ******************************(loved it) Fantastic!!!

MISSING YOU, by Harlan Coben ***** Really good (but sometimes the scary freaks me out so much I cant read for a few days)

STAY CLOSE, by Harlan Coben **************************(loved it) Scary good!!!!

LYING BENEATH THE OAKS, by Kristin Wright ***********(loved it)
This is the Authors first book. I kid you not, could not put it down. Its funny, suspenseful, family secrets, intrigue, and the best read of the year for me.

After a bunch of suspenseful reads I always go back to the Amish novels to breathe again. I am so intrigued with the Amish life. Here is that binge, (FYI I found them at the library)
LEAHS CHOICE, by Marta Perry ****
RACHAELS GARDEN by Marta Perry ******
SARAHS GIFT , by Marta Perry ****
KATIES WAY , by Marta Perry ****

Happy Reading my friends!
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Kinsey and Me: Stories by Sue Grafton ***** During the beginning of this book, Ms. Grafton talks about how she developed her character, Kinsey Milhone. Then there are some short stories. I love all the books she has written. I love how she has developed all the recurring characters in her books. I have a difficult time putting one of her books down. I just want to read till I have finished.


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Girl, Wash Your Face by Rachel Hollis (5 stars)
Inspirational!

The Other Side by Florian Armas (5 stars)
A great sci-fi adventure. I found this better than the first installment.

The Relics of Aiden by H.A. Lutfi (5 stars)
Similar to Harry Potter.

Wings of Fire by Alma Alexander (5 stars)
A conglomeration of mythologies and religion. Riveting story!

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The Hate U Give
Angie Thomas
3 Stars

YA title, easy read, important topics, amusing, sad, educational. This white woman learned more about black culture. A little melodramatic at times...what I call 'Hollywood-ish'. I will make a point to view the film. The most important take-away for me: the imperative need for us all to speak our truths. Library book group read, discussion on Saturday - looking forward to it.

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One of Us Is Lying by Karen M. McManus *****

My daughter has to read this book for her english class and it is so good!!! Breakfast Club meets Pretty Little Liars.

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Wytch Elm by Tana French 3 stars

This book could have been half the length and still gotten the story told. Not very original and went into way too much detail for me.

DIET IS A FOUR LETTER WORD!!!!

We are constantly creating our "karma" or destiny through our intentions, thoughts and deeds in this moment. It is achieved through countless deliberate acts of selflessness.

It's hard to be happy with others if we are not happy with ourselves.

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The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up by Marie Kondo 6 Star Rating
This book was awesome for me since I have been watching her TV show by the name Tidying Up on Netflix. It was very encouraging but you do get the same information as from her show. I didn't find any added information. However, it was a quick read and I was able to return it to the library within 2 weeks.

At First Sight by Nicholas Sparks 6 Star Rating
Very sad! I read the first book in this series, True Believer, which was not sad. However, this book was incredibly sad. Basically, this is a continuation of the love relationship between Lacey and Jeremy and she is pregnant with his child. The book is so sad it makes me cry and I don't want to give away more of the plot. Jeremy is a writer and he is stuck with his writing until the end.

Son of A Gun by Justin St. Germain 6 Star Rating
This was a memoir about Justin's mother getting shot and killed by his step-father who later killed himself (the step-father). The writing is good. Justin is a good writer and at the end of the book there is a small interview between him and another writer.

I don't know how you give books less than 6 stars!

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The Sassy One (Marcelli Sisters of Pleasure Road Book 2) by Susan Mallery ****

Fun. light read!

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They Left Us Everything
By Plum Johnson
4 stars
I don't read a lot of memoirs, but this one was terrifically engaging, and I am glad I followed the advice of a friend. Plum Johnson's tribe has so much history, and they are so invested in one another's lives!! The book was, by turns, funny, touching and interesting. I think the family would have been lovely to know personally. This memoir is perhaps the next best thing.

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Please Ignore Vera Dietz
By AS King
4 stars
I loved how smart and grounded Vera was even after all that life had thrown at her. I am not sure how realistic it was, but it was an engaging read, and I was so invested in the outcome. I was pleased that the ending didn't wrap up everything with a nice tidy bow. I got to decide where Vera went from there...

~ Joanne

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Tempting Faith (Safe Haven Book 15) by Susan Mallery ***

Good read,

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If Not For You by Debbie Macomber

3 stars

A young woman move to Portland, OR to escape her controlling Mother and distant Father to start her own life.

A good read by Debbie Macomber. I enjoyed it.








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Beartown: A Novel by Fredrik Backman *****

Excellent book. Well written, great characters and just all around good. Hit close to home as my daughter is 15. Thank you to the fellow SP Bookworm person(s) who read and reviewed it earlier. Would probably not have read it otherwise and would have missed out!!

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Intermittent Fasting by Nicholas Ty **** Very interesting


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The Couple Next Door
By Shari Lapena
4 stars, overall
The writing: 3 stars
Believability: 2 stars
Engagement: 4 stars
A fun read with a deliciously deserving ending for all!


~ Joanne

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The Clockmaker's Daughter
By Kate Morton
5 stars
Kate Morton does write beautiful prose - no doubt about it! In the language department this does not disappoint, and near the end I found myself wishing I had written down all those passages that made me go, "what genius to put those words together in just that manner" and "what a clever insight into the human condition". My only complaint is that there were a few too many characters to follow, and a few too many talismans tying them together. Still, when you have the time and the solitude to delve deep into a tale, this one will not disappoint!

~ Joanne

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Cream Puff Murder (Hannah Swensen series Book 11) by Joanne Fluke ***

madcap characters, fun read

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The Couple Next Door/Shari Lapena/3 stars

Goodness gracious...what a read. The surprises just kept coming. Loved how I'd develop a wee suspicion and then learn I was on the right track. Several of the surprises were just that...SURPRISE! Loved the ending, too. Clever writing.

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Rules of Civility by Amor Towles (5*)
A poor NY City working girl and her wealthy midwest-transplant roommate meet a handsome, rich, well-connected banker at a Jazz club, who will play a major role in both their lives as they move among both the high and low societies during 1938. This was a full-blooded human drama with great story, great characters, and great dialogue. There are many important observations about life, the human condition, and choices and fate to ponder.

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"If you trust in yourself and believe in your dreams and follow your star...you'll still get beaten by people who spent their time working hard and learning things and weren't so lazy." Terry Pratchett


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-- Fools Crow by James Welch (5*)
This is the story of several years in the life of a young Blackfoot moving into manhood, growing as both a warrior and healer as his tribe struggles with nature, disease, rival tribes, and the white settlers and military, trying to avoid extinction. It is written in a style that reflects the milieu, spiritualism, values, relationships, and family life of the young protagonist, transporting the reader to another time, place, and culture. Although a brutal story, it presents the humanity of those who have been portrayed through history and film as less than human cardboard stereotypes.

--It's Like This, Cat by Emily Cheney Neville (5*)
The only child of a caustic, intrusive lawyer father and fragile, asthmatic mother finds early adolescence painful and complicated as his need for greater respect and autonomy is ignored. Because his father approves of his getting a dog, he gets a cat. This was a surprisingly well-written and insightful bildungsroman in which our narrator grows in maturity and wisdom through his care for his cat, the gaining and losing of friends, and the on-going family battles. Interestingly, it isn't only the kid who has to change his ways and start to consider other family members' needs and feelings before more peaceful and respectful family relations can develop. Besides having great life lessons, this book is also an excellent history of urban teen life in middle-class NY City during the late 50's/early 60's.

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And what does the LORD require of you? To act justly and to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God. Micah 6:8
"If you trust in yourself and believe in your dreams and follow your star...you'll still get beaten by people who spent their time working hard and learning things and weren't so lazy." Terry Pratchett


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--The Snow Child by Eowyn Ivey (4*)
A Russian folk tale about an aging childless couple who build a snowman who turns into a child is re-set in 1920's Alaska. I suspect that most people would enjoy this novel somewhat more than I did since it did show much creativity and charm. Although I love a good fantasy and also love a good realistic human drama, there was just something about plopping the fantasy character into the realistic human drama that just didn't work for me. It somehow felt off-kilter to me but hopefully not to you.

--Christmas After All: The Great Depression Diary of Minnie Swift, Indianapolis, Indiana, 1932 by Kathryn Lasky (4*)
This is one of the volumes in the Dear America series of children's books in which several different authors create diaries supposedly written by young girls during major historical periods and events. The author's writing style didn't appeal to me personally, however, the story itself was great and covered a lot of ground about life as a child during the 30's with families trying to cope with shortages and economic insecurity. I would recommend this book, and other volumes in this series, to compensate for the declining importance of teaching history in today's schools.

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And what does the LORD require of you? To act justly and to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God. Micah 6:8
"If you trust in yourself and believe in your dreams and follow your star...you'll still get beaten by people who spent their time working hard and learning things and weren't so lazy." Terry Pratchett


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On Jellicoe Road
By Melina Marchette
4 stars
A beautifully written and touching teen read. It takes a while to sort out who is who and how the characters all fit together, what is real and what is perceived, and what is memory eroded by time - so it is important to pay attention.

~ Joanne

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Holy Lands/Amanda Sthers *****

This wee 176 pg book knocked my socks off. Jam-packed with thought provoking stuff. It's bittersweet for sure...starting with a Jewish pig farmer in Israel. I suspect I will be thinking about this tale for some time. Author's chosen writing style is brilliant.

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Wyoming Legend (Wyoming Men) by Diana Palmer ***
good read - quick, light and predictable.

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Along Came a Spider (Alex Cross Book 1) by James Patterson***

I like how he writes in short chapters and definitely an ending I didn't expect.

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The Outsider by Stephen King

I am giving it a 3.

His earlier books seemed to be more entertaining.
This book had too many characters and the ending was disappointing.





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The Power
By Naomi Alderman
3 stars
This is a very difficult book to rate or review. The concept behind it is clever, and I had great hopes going into it, but it just didn't have the cohesiveness it needed to be a really engaging read. It is also a very uncomfortable read in parts, especially as some of the women take on the very worst traits of man: power mad killers and rapists with little or no humanity...

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Bifocal
By Deborah Ellis and Eric Walters
4 stars
A thought-provoking look at racial profiling, told from two points of view: Jay, the white high school football star and Haroon, the (brown) Muslim academic. Although a bit simplistic in part, it would be a great discussion starter in the home or classroom. It looks not only at prejudice based on religion or skin colour, but also at the way we begin at, an early age, to judge others based entirely on their appearance.
This is a YA title.

~ Joanne

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All The Way Home
by: David Giffels

A beautifully written, sometimes comical, sometimes thought-provoking memoir of purchasing and renovating a nearly condemned home in Akron, OH. It explores the ideas of (sometimes false) self-confidence, marriage, family, history. This is the second time I've read it and I still can't put it down.

I really love to read memoirs and if you are like me in that way, you will enjoy this book very much.

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The Soul of an Octopus
By Sy Montgomery
5 stars
A fascinating look at an enigmatic creature; made me wish I had an octopus friend! Sy Montgomery writes in a sweetly scientific and personal way about these animals, giving us a deeper understanding of their intelligence and (dare I say it?) emotions, as well as their biology. I don't like to think of them living out their lives in captivity, but can also see her point about ambassadorial value. I did not realize that an octopus's life is so short! And my goodness! The oceans are FULL of mystery!!

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Can You Keep a Secret by Sophie Kinsella ***** Very funny


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What the Witch Left
By Ruth Chew
A CHILDRENS TITLE
4 stars
I would have loved this book at age 8! And I think an 8 year old would still love it today! Who wouldn't want to find a drawer full of magical items, and how delightful that the consequences of that find were neither dire nor frightening!

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The Republic of Thieves by Scott Lynch (5*)
This is a sequel to The Lies of Locke Lamora in which the Magi save Locke from a poisoning in exchange for his doing some election-tampering in their home city. However, the opposite party has their own fixer--the woman who broke Locke's heart. There is much reason to distrust if the election is really why the Magi are using Locke, or are they up to something else, more sinister? This volume of the series was not as much fun and has lost a large portion of the lightness and humor, although they are still present, and felt more dark and grim. Nevertheless, the story was full of twists and turns and did not disappoint.

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The Salt Line
By Holly Goddard Jones
3-4 stars
I love dystopian novels which explore all the apocalyptic ways in which man may make this planet barely habitable. This is a good one, but not a great one. It kept me engaged, but not on the edge of my seat. The beginning was very strong (4stars), but it lost steam about 2/3 of the way in and I felt the author grasped about until she found an ending she could live with (3 stars).

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Amber Eyes, Eyes Series, Book 1 by Maya Banks ***

ok read , but like this author's other books better.

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Failure is only an opportunity to begin again more intelligently. - Henry Ford

Any idea seriously entertained tends to bring about the realization of itself. - From a fortune cookie


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DIET IS A FOUR LETTER WORD!!!!

We are constantly creating our "karma" or destiny through our intentions, thoughts and deeds in this moment. It is achieved through countless deliberate acts of selflessness.

It's hard to be happy with others if we are not happy with ourselves.

Just keep on moving and you'll get there.


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Here we are! This is where you can list the books that you finished in February

All posts need book title, author, and stars; 0 being the worst and 6 being very special.

I would encourage you to comment on books that others have read by sending them a Sparkmail. This topic is just to list books read and finished in February 2019 for the team.

This is a thread where we list all the books that we read during the month of February and rate them by the system listed below. Please note that you need to list title, author, and your rating for it to be counted. Also, please give a description of the book and how it appealed to you. This is a great way to find new books and authors that you might be interested in. Everyone is welcome to join.

If you started a book in January (or any prior month), but finish in February, it counts for February.

DO NOT list books STARTED; only books FINISHED. Include title, author and rating.

Rereads count, audios count, electronics count. Our minimum word count is 25,000.

Book Ratings:

0 stars - Fit for only lining birdcages.
1 star - Agent was better salesman than author was writer.
2 stars - Some parts had promise.
3 stars - Solid read in its genre. Take it on plane.
4 stars - Better than average. Don't lose it on the plane.
5 stars - Recommended. One of the top 10% of books in its genre.
6 stars - Strongly recommended. Beg, Borrow, Buy, or Steal It.

Jo Ann
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