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Love Stories For Young Adults – read online free book series
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Author:Callie West, Kieran Scott, Catherine Clark, Cameron Dokey, Elizabeth Craft, Janet Quin-Harkin, Diane Namm, Diane Schwemm, Elizabeth Chandler, ArLynn Leiber Presser, Elizabeth Winfrey, Elizabeth Bernard, Liesa Abrams, Dahlia Kosinski, Amy S. Wilensky, Stephanie Sinclair, Julie Taylor, Erin Haft, Stephanie Doyon, Randi Reisfeld, Wendy Loggia, Katherine Applegate, Lynn Mason, Kate Emburg, Alexis Page, First Book Publish:1991 Books in series: 34 Avg. Book Rating:7.3 Characters: , Amber Collins, Rich Miller, Jack Ryder, Carly McFarlane My First Love (Love Stories For Young Adults Book 1) First published: September 13th 2010Rating: 6.66 stars GoodReads:My First Love Review: High school junior Amy is too busy trying to keep her grades up and her swimming skills strong to date. Her social life consists of time with her best friends, Blythe and Rick. Amy has had her eye on fellow swimmer, Chris, and when he asks her out, she experiences what she feels is her first love. As she pushes aside her studying and swimming to spend time with Chris, her grades slip and her position on the swim team is taken by a rival. Amy finally realizes that she must step away from the rela Kiss and Tell (Love Stories For Young Adults Book 2) First…

Modern Library Chronicles – read online free book series
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Author:Mark Kurlansky, Dalai Lama XIV, Felipe Fernández-Armesto, Richard Pipes, Karen Armstrong, John Micklethwait, Adrian Wooldridge, Peter Green, A.N. Wilson, Kevin Starr, Richard Bessel, Frank Kermode, Ian Buruma, Gordon S. Wood, Paul Fussell, Mark Mazower, Joel Kotkin, Edward J. Larson, David Berlinski, Hans Küng, John Bowden, Paul Johnson, George Vecsey, Alistair Horne, Anthony Pagden, Lawrence M. Friedman, Patrick Collinson, Robert S. Wistrich, Michael Stürmer, Milton Viorst, F. González-Crussí, First Book Publish:2000 Books in series: 33 Avg. Book Rating:7.5 Characters: Nonviolence: Twenty-Five Lessons from the History of a Dangerous Idea (Modern Library Chronicles Book 1) First published: September 11th 2006Rating: 7.98 stars GoodReads:Nonviolence: Twenty-Five Lessons from the History of a Dangerous Idea Review: A very interesting history of non-violence, from ancient times to the present. Kurlansky presents some provocative ideas questioning the wisdom of war, any war, throughout history, including the saintly “Good War” of World War II and the American Civil War. He uses alot of examples, (such as Gandhi’s campaign in India) to suggest that non-violence is more effective than armed struggle. He points out that in the Middle East, violence hasn’t worked, isn’t working and probably won’t ever work. One thing keeping this first printing from being five stars…

Spenser – read online free book series
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Author:Robert B. Parker, Joe Mantegna, First Book Publish:1983 Books in series: 46 Avg. Book Rating:7.8 Characters: Spenser, Susan Silverman, Rita Fiore, Hawk, Frank Belson, Chollo, Martin Quirk, Patricia Utley, April Kyle, Tony Marcus, Ty-Bopp Tatum, , Vinnie Morris, Gino Fish, Bobby Horse, Rachel Wallace, Candy Sloan, Paul Giacomin, Joe Broz, Gerry Broz, Kathie Caldwell, Jason Carroll, Hugh Dixon, Phil Downes, Michael Flanders, Lieutenant Healy, Henry Cimoli, Marty Rabb, Brenda Loring, Vince Haller, Captain Healy, Zebulon Sixkill, Jumbo Nelson, Rugar, the Gray Man, Heidi Bradshaw, Gary Pappas aka Eisenhower, Healy, Ashton Prince Small Vices (Spenser Book 1) First published: February 28th 1998Rating: 7.88 stars GoodReads:Small Vices Review: My lower rating is based on format more than the book itself. I listened to this book on CD in the car.Issue 1 — Narrator. I’ve listened to 2 Spenser books narrated by Joe Mantegna and I absolutely love Joe as Spenser. Small Vices was read by Burt Reynolds. Burt has a beautiful, deep, rich, smooth voice…but he’s not Joe and therefore not Spencer. And it seems that his deep melted chocolate range is where I have hearing loss. There were parts that sounded like a bass melody with no words. When his voice…