Review: The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins

Rachel’s life isn’t what it used to: she’s a divorced alcoholic who’s living in her friend’s house. The highlight of her day is watching out of the train and following the life of a happily married couple — a couple she’s never even met but feels as if she knows them. One day she sees something shocking in the perfect couple’s house and even though she shouldn’t interfere, she can’t let it go. This could finally be her chance to prove she’s still more than just a girl on the train.


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Review: Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll

Alice is spending a rather boring afternoon with her older sister on a riverbank when she notices something curious: a white rabbit with a waistcoat and a pocket watch. She follows it into a rabbit hole but instead of finding the animal, she falls a long way into a strange hallway. Without a way back up, her only lead is the bottle labelled “drink me” — and drinking it is just the beginning of her adventure.


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Review: The Wonderful Wizard of Oz by L. Frank Baum

Dorothy, a young girl, lives a quiet life in Kansas with her uncle, aunt and dog Toto. One day a terrible cyclone grabs hold of the house and whisks it far away into the Land of Oz, where magic is real. All Dorothy wants is to return home safely but the only person who could help her is the Wizard of Oz. It’s a long way to him but without another choice Dorothy sets off along the yellow brick road, unaware of the perils and joys of the journey ahead.


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Review: Among Wolves by R.A. Hakok

Gabriel is one of the Chosen Ones, a group of children saved when the world faced apocalypse. They now live in a bunker and he’s responsible for venturing out to find supplies but something’s lurking in the still, snow-covered ruins of the world. Everything changes when he discovers a body, but it’s only the very beginning of his problems…


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Review: Vol’jin: Shadows of the Horde by Michael A. Stackpole

Vol’jin, the leader of the Darkspear trolls, is found half-dead and taken to a nearby pandaren monastery to heal. His wounds are grave but even more concerning than his health are his visions. They predict a grim future that could ruin not only the future of Pandaria but that of Vol’jin and his trolls as well…


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Review: The Fault in Our Stars by John Green

Hazel doesn’t live like a normal 16-year-old. Instead, she lives with terminal cancer that keeps her hooked up to oxygen tanks and leads her to attend a Cancer Kid Support Group. During one meeting she encounters Augustus Waters and everything in her life suddenly changes.


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