Suz Elsasser



It was ok. The characters didn’t seem to interact well. Everything seemed forced. Which is sad because I loved both The Last Thing He Told Me and Eight Hundred Grapes.

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The Divorce Party

Books | Laura Dave

Finally a cute romance for someone over 18. It was sweet and magical. I can’t wait to read more of Heather Webber’s books.

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Midnight at the Blackbird Cafe

Books | Heather Webber

I found this to be absolutely adorable. All the view points should not work, but it does beautifully. The squirrel and the bench are my favorite. Loved it.

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A Little Something Different

Books | Sandy Hall

Kemmerer does a beautiful job showing family and friend interaction, both good and bad. This story was heartbreaking. Showing how people can be awful to those they should love and take care of.

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More Than We Can Tell

Books | Brigid Kemmerer

Loved this book. The characters had extremely rough issues to deal with, but that allowed them to relate and help each other. Kemmerer is a new favorite author.

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Letters to the Lost

Books | Brigid Kemmerer

Every child should read this book. The discussion of book banning and Nazi Germany was perfect for children and parents. Death’s narration was wonderful at showing it was not good or bad.

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The Book Thief

Books | Markus Zusak

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