Hyperbole And A Half
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Not for the faint of heart, this is a biography of sorts compiled from well-loved blog posts on the author’s website as well as some brand new stories. Allie Brosh is brilliant at relating complex emotions with simple and hilarious words and drawings. Best known for her insightful and profound telling of her own lengthy battle with depression.
Thirteen Reasons Why
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On a series of tapes recorded by his classmate Hannah, Clay Jensen must listen to all the reasons she decided to end her life. The tapes were sent to him because something he did, or didn't do, was one of them. Afraid of what he’ll hear, he begins to listen. Told from dual narratives, this story will keep you intrigued from start to finish.
Enclave
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Set in an underground society by people who were driven underground when the surface of the earth destructed, survival is simply a way of life. Deuce is one of the lucky ones that have survived their first fifteen years and earns the right to be named and to be appointed a profession. As a huntress, she trains constantly in order to ward off the ever-impending attacks of the mutated monsters known as freaks.
Meat Eater
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“Meat Eater” is a collection of stories from Steve Rinella’s life spent hunting and fishing, choosing colleges to attend based on their proximity to good places to hunt and fish, and feeding himself from what he has brought home from hunting and fishing trips. He could come across as a simple man, but is actually uncommonly thoughtful with particularly good insight into human nature.
Catch Me If You Can
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The story of an imposter who swindled his way into being a millionaire by the time he was 21 and spent it on extravagances. He manages to elude authorities worldwide while posing as a pilot, lawyer, doctor and professor. Definitely a captivating tale to follow and see what he manages to do with his life.
FastExercise
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Dr. Mosely presents the latest research showing the benefits of shorter, more intense bursts of exercise that should motivate anyone to give high intensity training a try.
You Should Have Known
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A compelling literary mystery about the very public implosion of an outwardly successful couple’s marriage and family life; it’s also an entertaining story that highlights our contemporary societal mores.
Much Loved
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If you've ever known the love of a teddy bear or other soft friend, you'll enjoy this collection of photographs. Each picture of a well-loved stuffed animal is accompanied by a short bio, including the animal's name and age. Adorable!
Frozen
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The Frozen movie soundtrack is full of all the amazing songs from the beloved movie. As many times as I have heard it and replayed it in my head, the songs still don't get old. Favorite tracks: “Do You Want to Build a Snowman?” And “In Summer”
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
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Catching Fire is the second film in the Hunger Games series and is even better than the first. The Quarter Quell marks the 75th anniversary of the Hunger Games, and Katniss is once again called up to compete. Full of great performances by an amazing cast, Catching Fire is a great movie and, most importantly, stays fairly true to the beloved book series.
The Secret Life Of Walter Mitty
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The story of an ordinary man named, Walter Mitty, who is forced into the adventure of his life. Walter Mitty is a very uplifting and entertaining film that costars Kristen Wiig.
The Glass Castle
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A memoir of the childhood of Jeanette Walls, author of “Half Broke Horses”, “The Silver Star”, and regular contributor to MSNBC.com. An amazing, beautifully told story about her nomadic upbringing with her unequipped parents and how she and her siblings were eventually able to leave home behind and make a new life for themselves.

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