To celebrate the release of THE MAGIC THIEF, WOLF BY WOLF and BROOKLYN GIRLS: COCO, we're offering up a set of these authors' previously published books:

THE WITCH OF SALT & STORM

THE WALLED CITY

BROOKLYN GIRLS: ANGIE

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0 # Shaunak Gadkari 2017-05-12 06:41
The last awesome book I read was called Crooked Kingdom, the second book in the Six of Crows Duology, by Leigh Bardugo. I highly recommend anybody reading this comment to give Six of Crows, the first book, a try. It has a great plot, awesome characters (including a criminal prodigy that will even give Artemis Fowl a run for his money). It will keep you reading on and on.
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0 # aisha shukla 2017-01-29 12:45
the last book i read was vampire diaries book9.its really good as it contained my favorite paranormal heroes that's vamps and all.the way Elena,Meredith, my favorite Stefan,etc saved the college from Ethan was really very fictitious and breathtaking for me. i really loved the way Bonnie got her Mr.perfect was like my dream .there and no words to say about my favorite books series as I am great fan of vampires and werewolves and at last i would like to say i am a great lover of Salvatore brothers......
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0 # Hailey 2016-11-28 13:40
The last good book i have read is Amber Silverblood. i really enjoyed this book as it contained my favorite paranormal creature wolves or werewolves. Amber is a normal teenage girl when she goes into the forest with her dad and she gets bitten by a wolf later we find out it is called a silverblood as that werewolf is immune to silver, even though it normally does kill werewolves. werewolves are normally monsters but in this book are displayed as normal wolves which show feelings. i also enjoyed this book as Amber accidentally bit a younger girls aged 5 which later she finds out has also turned into a silverblood. The book ends quite good with a happy ending which i liked, a friend of Amber starts a new pack and Amber and the 5 yr old girl get to join the pack the pack is called 'The Silverpack'
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0 # Eve Carruthers 2016-11-26 14:12
The Last brilliant book I read was 'These Shallow Graves' by Jennifer Donnelly. What drew me to this book was the fact that it was set in 1890s New York and it had an inspirational female lead. Its such a good book due to the mystery around Jo's father's death as well as the romance between Jo and Eddie. It shows the challenge of a girl wanting to do more with her life in a time when it wasn't really heard of.
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0 # Crystal Anegbeh 2016-11-19 15:52
The last book I read was 'The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time' I enjoyed this book because i don't usually read books like that but I was drawn to it and liked that it was different. At first I wasn't sure I would enjoy it and that I would find it really predictable but as I read on I couldn't have been more wrong. The book was funny and sad at times and is definitely a book i would recommend
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0 # Tia 2016-11-13 00:50
the last amazing book I read was book of lies by Teri Terry. it was the last good read I've had in a long time but I haven't found any great books since. you think the story is predictable but what you think is real actually isn't. it has a fantastic twist and makes you think. I would recommend it to anyone.
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0 # kelsey kyla 2016-11-03 21:32
The bad boy calls me kitten by Hessian Kill. It is my favorite book of all time because it relates to my life completely. It also has a lot of humor in it and it is so unpredictable which makes it even more interesting.... ....
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0 # Meg 2016-11-02 19:14
Empire of Storms by Sarah J Maas! Every plot point came together just beautifully! There were so many moments that had me gasping, actually gasping out loud, moments that made me have an epiphany and I was astounded by how clever the whole plot was, moments that had me genuinely tear up, because it was so painful. The character development in this story was also wonderfully constructed and flowed very smoothly, much as I had expected it would. Excuse me while I wallow away in sorrow and pain for another year whilst waiting for the next book to be released.
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0 # Kimberley Victoria 2016-10-29 09:38
So if I'm going with the last truly amazing book I read it'll have to be Nevernight by Jay Kristoff. And I'll comment with my quick review as to why...
Another spectacular book by the amazing Mr Jay Kristoff! The world he created in Nevernight was so deep and rich in detail that I felt myself swept away; along with Mia on her journey. I always feel a sense of honesty with any book by Jay, his writing style is especially unique. He doesn't mess around, at the beginning he makes sure you realise; this is no fairy tale. Bad things do and will happen. But I think that's what makes his stories exciting, he isn't predictable in his storytelling and I really enjoyed Nevernight because of this. Fantasy books are always a must for me and the 5/5 for Nevernight is richly deserved.... Very, VERY excited to read the next 2 books in this series. High praise indeed for Nevernight.
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0 # amber mcloughlin 2016-10-25 18:24
it says 2015 is the deadline, were in 2016.the last book i read was girl online:on tour i read it because i had already read girl online. i think it is a great book because it has elements of everything;roma nce, scandal, everything about these books is amazing. i do think its very emotional as well though because its sad and happy.
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0 # Lucy Harrison 2016-10-12 07:15
I have only recently got into BooksWithBite and only because my cousin gave me some books. Anyway, tthe book i would like to recommend is The Maze Runner by James Dashner. It throws you straight in, waking up in the 'Box' with the main character, Thomas. Thomas has no memory at all and the readers can discover this strange dystopian world with him as it unfolds. The characters are wonderfully developed and there are some great laughs. I would recommend this book for anyone who love Percy Jackson or the Heroes of Olympus, in which the characters have no memory.
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0 # megan 2016-10-08 18:11
the last truly brilliant book i read was crooked kingdom by leigh bardugo. this series is right up there in my favourite books of all time. bardugos plot was so well planned, containing so many twists and turns i couldnt put the book down, it is an extraordinary piece of work. ive come to love the characters as my own children and i feel physical pain whenever i think about them because i feel like they are apart of me. this book has made me view the world differently and i wish with all my heart it was real. words cannot describe how thankful i am that leigh made this possible for me and many others. this book managed to leave me with a feeling that no other book has managed to leave me with in a long time and it is something i will never forget.
no mourners, no funerals
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0 # Gillian 2016-09-23 13:17
The last book I read was City of Light by Keri Arthur. I had read one of her books before in the Damask Circle Series and enjoyed it so when I saw this one I decided to get it. It was an amazing book that left me wanting to read and find out more about the main character. I am excited for the second one in the series and ordering it as soon as I can. However, The Chicagoland Vampires books by Chloe Neill are amazing as well and I started reading them again. So to say City of Light was the last book I read and enjoyed is true but most of the books I have read I have enjoyed. Not just Keri Arthurs books but Chloe Neills and Darren Shans and Rachel Caines.
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0 # ijeoma 2016-09-15 22:01
HEY!
The last book i read and enjoyed was......The Selection by Kiera Cass! I fell in love with this book and Kiera's style of writing. The book is very good because her writing flows so good and it's an easy read. Kiera makes you fall in love with America's attitude and Maxon's charming self, so it just made me love the relationship between American and Maxon, it was simply a fairy tale and I hope they both get that happy ever after they deserve! I guess i'll have to finish the series to know :)
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0 # jess 2016-09-15 22:04
aha i love the selection series
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0 # chi 2016-09-15 21:52
The last book i have read is Harry Potter and The Cursed Child! i have read all of the Harry Potter series by J. K. Rolling and she's a wonderful writer. i fell in love with this book from the first few chapters and it's such a good read and it's highly recommended! - chi x
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0 # Ayla 2016-09-08 08:26
i recently reread 'We Were Liars' by E.Lockhart. this book from the first time i read it became an instant favorite of mine. this brilliant book is a classic story of the fall of an aristocratic family and the way privilege is not in money be in the people around you and what they mean. my fist reading brought passion and tears but that was nothing compared to my second and third, each time bring more understanding and awe at E. Lockharts' stylistic approach to writing. i would recommend 'We Were Liars' to everyone who is looking fir a life shattering book that will leave you forever changed.
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0 # Nimra Shahzad 2016-08-22 15:48
I am currently reading a series names 'The Mortal Instruments'. The book I read last is 'City of Glass by Cassandra Clare. The thing that appealed to me the most about this book is the presence of a 'gay relationship'. It publicises the fact that being gay isn't wrong no matter how hard it is. It teaches us to accept and embrace our sexuality and personality. The beautifully intricate web of teenage relationships keeps the plot grounded and gives it a sense of reality. Most people believe that this book is mainly about action due to all the vampires, werewolves, shadowhunters and fairies in it. However, I believe that this book is about the power of love. It is the power of love that strengthens Clary's resolve to look for a cure for her mother. It's the lightwood's love for Jace that prevents him from being executed. This book teaches us that relationships are harder than they look. You won't necessarily get everything you wish for in life because there is a bigger plan in place.
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0 # Nosa 2016-08-22 15:40
The last book that I read was City of Lost Souls written by Cassandra Clare from the series 'The Mortal Instruments'. It has such a beautiful mix of genres which appeals to even the pickiest of readers which is why it stood out to me. I am looking forward to reading the last book in the series. I would advise anyone who is waiting for the adventure of a lifetime to read it. A book full of angst and action with ability to bake your heart bleed.
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-1 # Freya 2016-08-07 05:00
I've recently read, and reread, and reread again, A Court Of Mist and Fury by Sarah J Maas who is my favorite author. Although all of her books are brilliant, this one was completely mind blowing. Although, I have recently become almost obsessed with Six Of Crows if not because of her diverse and complex characters, but because of the intriguing story line which was surprising as I couldn't finish the Grisha trilogy because it didn't compel me to read it. I love fantasy and these are great books to read for the fantasy genre, or just as books in general.
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0 # Hollie 2016-08-06 22:07
Has Someone Won ?????
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0 # Anya 2016-07-28 16:52
Please read all the books from the Infernal Devices Trilogy! It is the prequel series to The Mortal Instruments by Cassandra Clare- any die hard fans of all things supernatural with love it. Set in Victorian London with demons, hunters, vampires and more... (The first book that made me cry) xxx much love A
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-1 # mai hime 2016-07-28 13:37
the last best book i read was 'the iron king' it was a magnificent story written by julie kagawa about the supernatural and romance of a teenage girl. the male characters are truly lovable as the protagonist finds out her best friend (robbin goodfellow/puck ) is a faery and she is daughter of Oberon king of the summer fey. And as she travels to the fey world to rescue her kidnapped brother she meets the winter prince,ash. ufufufufu as you can imagine there is plenty of sparkles and romance flying around this story.
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-1 # Kotomi 2016-05-05 15:49
Magnus Chase: Sword of Summer was FANTASTIC it was amazing. I can't wait till Hammer of Thor comes out. Rick Riordan did an excellent job, just like with Percy Jackson and with Heroes of Olympus.
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-1 # Bree 2016-03-02 00:49
rachel ward book the drowning and waterborn amazing had me reading nearly all night and Emmy laybourns books the monument 12 series are amazing too loved them keeps your brain reeling till the very end and has lots of every thing in it romance,thrille r, all sorts
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-1 # Siobhan 2016-02-07 11:22
The last 'brilliant book' I read was Antigoddess by Kendare Blake. I'd never actually read a Greek mythology book before and bought Antigoddess on a whim so I was surprised by how much I loved it! I immediately fell in love with all the characters, especially how deep into the characters the book went, it was one of the few books I've ever read where it felt like I knew the characters that well after only reading the first book. I also fell in love with the plot line, the entire idea of the gods dying completely intrigued me and I bought the second book 'mortal gods' the day it came out and loved that too!!!!
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-3 # Grace 2016-01-23 23:40
I last read THE DUFF it was amazing read the book then straight away watched the film it was so good now I am reading LOL by Kody keplinger I love her books so much can't wait to read them all I loved this book because I love contemporary books and romance so a great read for me I would deffinatle recommend this book to every one xx
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0 # Marin 2016-01-08 22:44
The last truly brialliant books I read is the Geek Girl series. The series is zo awesome because when I read the books I really feel HArriet coming to life as she is so pure and real. After reading one of these books, which reads so easily you can finish it one day, I'm always in a happy mood. And of course, not to forget, the little facts mentiones randomley are amazing!
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0 # Gabriella 2015-12-22 12:57
The last great book/s I read was the summer I turned pretty (trilogy). It was so good because the description it contained was great. It had the raw emotion depicted perfectly as well as flash backs from the past and events that lead to the present time. I loved the book because it shows the difficulty in life and love between the main girl and her friends and family. The book made feel for the Isabella as if I was her. The romantic parts made me want to be her and have what she has. I truly lived that book. Jenny Han did a great job
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-1 # TaqiyaRules 2015-12-13 16:13
I think the 'last truly brilliant book' that I've read is the Bane Chronicles because it is so descriptive - and beacuse I've read the other books in the side series, so it's like a jigsaw puzzle that I've been missing from the very beginning being found. And the stories are just really good.
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0 # Ola @IncendiumLibri 2015-11-30 17:59
I was lucky enough to be able to read Oblivion by Jennifer L. Armentrout before its release date! And it was truly amazing - I have never liked a change in POV of books that I know before but JLA simply excelled at it in the wonderful novel :) I would recommend it to everyone
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0 # Lauren 2015-11-22 19:37
Uprooted by Naomi Novik absolutely brilliant. Magic is real and the enemy is a creeping wood with a scorned heart. I loved the fullness of the characters. There was no love triangle and the love felt real and developed, which now a days is hard to find. By far the best book I've read in a while!
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-1 # Hollie 2015-11-22 18:33
The last book I read was Underworld by meg Cabot. Brilliant book. The mix between Greek mythology and romance x love it
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0 # Audrey Tebbs 2015-11-20 07:11
I enjoyed the three Lady with the Dragon Tattoo books by Steig Larsson.
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0 # Harmony 2015-11-19 20:14
The last book I read was gone girl and let me say it is a work of masterpiece . I loved all the mystery and intrigue and also plot twists . This is a firm favourite of mine and I would recommend it to anyone who enjoys I could mystery and crime !
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0 # Lauren Darbey 2015-11-19 18:45
The last book i read that was amazing Across the nightingale floor - from the Tales of the Otori trilogy by Gillian Rubinstein. (this is the first book) I loved the first and second and now i'm halfway through the third.
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0 # Ellie 2015-11-17 07:11
White Hot Kiss by Jennifer L Armentrout the first book in a trilogy with demons, gargoyles, witches and a demonic anaconda called Bambi.
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0 # Jenny 2015-11-16 23:35
Ruin and Rising; the last book of The Grisha Trilogy.

This book is part of my favourite book series as it tells the story of greed, love, loyalty and revenge. My library teacher, Miss Winn, introduced me to the first book Shadow and Bone and since then I have been completely hooked. I would recommend this to anyone who loves twists and all the above. But make sure you have access to all the trilogy!
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0 # Jenny 2015-11-16 23:36
This book is by Leigh Bardugo.
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0 # Ella Hill 2015-11-16 20:16
Cinder by Marissa Meyer
I've always been obsessed with Cinderella re-tellings, never growing out of my old favorite fairy tail, but this has to be one of the best! The world of New Beijing and the rich characters that Meyer has created are incredible and I love how unique Cinder is and I have to love Iko
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0 # Kotomi 2016-05-05 15:52
I love Cress and Winter!! Thorn was the best, he was so funny!!
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0 # Katie 2015-11-16 17:17
The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern is one of the most magical, mesmerising and captivating novels I have ever read. It is intriguing, beautiful and very romantic.
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0 # holly 2015-11-16 06:40
Throne of glass: queen of shadows by Sarah. J. Maas is the fourth book in the series and is really great as is the rest of the series but I have to admit the first book is still my favourite.
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0 # Rohil 2016-01-04 10:04
Loved it too. One if my favourite books
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0 # Torie 2015-11-14 21:34
the last book i read was 'Timeless' the last book in the parasol protectorate series by Gail Carriger, i loved this series, entertaining and enjoyable all the way through.
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0 # saara 2015-11-13 14:41
The last book I read was the Morganvillle vampire series by Rachel caine, her books are amazing. Also I loved the characters Shane and Claire.
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0 # Hannah Ha 2015-11-12 18:52
The last book I read was Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo. It was amazingly written, with complex characters. It kept me up all night!! The plot was good but slow at first, it had brilliant character development and is a fantastic addition to the Grisha world.
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0 # Meghan 2015-11-11 22:33
The last truly brilliant book i read was George by Alex Gino. It was so beautifully written and completely addictive!! One of the best books of the year!!!
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0 # kitkatscanread 2015-11-11 22:22
The last book I read and loved was Illuminae by Amy Kaufman and Meagan Spooner. Such an amazing Sci - Fi with a big twist!
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0 # Fran 2015-11-11 19:40
Handmaids Tale!
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0 # Katie 2015-11-09 22:07
The book I recently read was Percy Jackson sea of monsters. I think this was the best one so far of the series and I am really looking for ward to the third. Please if u can read them absolutely amazing.
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0 # Max 2015-11-08 13:03
I last book I read was 'the Hit' it was great it was about a kid who was rich and powerful. And had to plan a assassination x it was amazing read it
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0 # Becca 2015-11-08 11:42
The last book i read that I felt was brilliant was actually quite an old book called Starcrossed by Josephine Angelini and it was great. The characters were development was amazing, I really connected with the characters and the fast paced and intricate plot kept me coming back for the sequels. Not to mention the amazing detail to the Greek mythology throughout.
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0 # Hollie Hone 2015-11-07 15:28
I book I recently read was 'Abandon' by Meg Cadot. Absolutely brilliant I love the contrast between. Greek Mythology and Romance. You can help but love the characters John Hayden and Pierce Oliviera. If you like a romance and a bit of Greek Mythology than read thus book and the others.Underwor ld and Awaken.
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-2 # Rachel 2015-11-07 12:12
I absolutely love I'll Give You the Sun by Jandy Nelson. I basically read it in one sitting and it was such an amazing heartwarming book. I really got swept up in everything that happens in it and they story is just wonderful!
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-1 # Lauren Goddard 2015-11-07 12:05
I've recently read the girl with a dragon tattoo books and ive fallen in love with them. Steig Larsson was a fantastic author and even though he is gone, his legacy will last forever in these amazing books. I recommend this book to everyone.
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0 # Suzanne Case 2015-11-06 21:44
Most recent great book - Dorothy Must Die which takes off where the Wizard of Oz left off and totally reimagined what could happen next, with feisty Amy Gumm gets swept up in a tornado, and meets 3 witches plus the handsome, enigmatic Nox, & questions whether the ends ever justify the means, what exactly is good and bad... made me think about a lot of character motivations.
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0 # Shona 2015-11-06 20:35
One of the best books I've ever read was 'Let the right one in', it had compelling characters and themes which hold a lot of importance to society, its more than just your average vampire story, a must read for any teen or adult.
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0 # Poppy 2015-11-06 19:55
The last book I read that was incredible was The Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard. It was truly amazing! It taught me the integral meaning of diversity and showed the effects it has on society, or in this case 'Norta'. Here the colour of your blood defines who you are and what you can do. Undecidedly, the main character defies this rule both rather comically and inspiringly. To me, it reflected the apartheid - a significant historical period, in which we can still witness the effects on today. I relished the storyline, practically eating the words off the pages! And the characters, Mare, Maven and Cal will forever live in my heart ;)
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0 # charlotte 2015-11-06 16:28
There are so many books that I have read that have left me with quite a book hangover. So it's so difficult to choose just one book & one Author, But there was a book that stands out for me and that is "SWEET TEMPTATION" BY WENDY HIGGINS. This is the last book of the "Sweet Evil Trilogy" I recommend this trilogy to anyone it's Brilliant!
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0 # Jessica Sandison 2015-11-06 16:17
The Bunker Diaries by Kevin Brooks

5 Words: Brutal, intense, heart-breaking, pensive, horrific.

5 More Words: Addictive, amazing, shocking, unbelievable, lost-for-words.

There's something about Kevin Brooks' style of writing that I just can't get enough of. I guess it's because the way the narrative flows is similar to the way my own thoughts flow. It just feels so right to read. I recommend this to anyone and everyone.
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0 # Ayesha Sehgal 2015-11-07 22:04
This book absolutely killed me
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0 # Jessica Sandison 2015-12-09 13:57
Same! When I finished the book, I swear I went through all the stages of grief for each character. It was a fantastic read, one I would read again and again actually.
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0 # Katie Skeoch 2015-11-06 15:45
The painted man by Peter Brett, the start of a great series. Love the characters & the demons in the story.
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0 # Linda Rumsey 2015-11-06 15:41
The last truly brilliant book I read was Summertime by Vanessa Lafaye. It is set in the American South in 1935 during hurricane season. Full of racial tension as well as natural disaster.
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0 # Thejmeela 2015-11-06 14:01
The last truly brilliant book I read was Hopeless by Colleen Hoover. I read it a week ago and fell totally in love with it. The secrets, the trauma and the characters were really amazing. And Dean Holder is now my current Book boyfriend! Colleen Hoover is an extremely good author - her books always drag me in the plot and I feel like I'm living the story. Her other books- those which I've read- are great, too, such as Maybe Someday, Ugly Love and Maybe Not.
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0 # Charnell V 2015-11-06 12:30
The last truly amazing book I read won't be much of a surprise, as you promoted it. SORRY! It was Six of Crows and it blew me away. I loved the characters, Leigh Bardugo writes some of the funniest characters. It is also a heist novel that keeps you guessing throughout, with Kaz always a few steps ahead of the crew and us readers. Plus, the Grisha world is so rich and detailed. I could get lost in it forever!!!

The last book before that was The Martian. Hilarious and a book I could not put down.
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0 # Jenny 2015-11-16 23:40
You should read The Grisha Trilogy: Shadow and Bone, Siege and Storm, Ruin and Rising by Leigh Bardugo. They are amazing and the beginning of the grisha.
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0 # Charnell V 2015-12-09 10:42
I read that first. Love her characters and that world is so detailed. Hope she continues to right more in that world.
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0 # Scarlett 2015-11-06 12:26
The last book I read that really grabbed and held my attention was called between shades of grey but rupta sepetys. It was a truly great book because it opened my eyes to a little known side of WW2. It's told from the a you girls view who's forced to leave her home in the middle of the night. It hooked me from the first page and I couldn't put it down. I've recommended it to others and they have said the same thing. It's a real eye opener
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0 # Lauren Cloke 2015-11-06 12:09
The last truly brilliant book I read was The Scorpio Races by Maggie Stiefvater. I love the characters and their relationships, and their relationships with the horses also. I think its written so well and keeps the reader gripped the entire time. One of Stiefvaters best.
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0 # Sue Harrison 2015-11-06 00:48
The Possession of Alastair Stubb a truly Gothic novel that has you from the first page

Escape to Perdition a fast paced thriller which is set in Prague and has all the ingredients that ensure you are gripped from first word to last

Close of Play a delightful novel that tugs at your soul and I defy any to not fall under its spell
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0 # Shannon 2015-11-05 19:41
The last brilliant book i read was Tell the Wolves I'm Home by Carol Rifka Brunt. It was an extremely emotional book and I spent portion of it crying my eyes out which is a rarity. All the characters were wonderful, they were relatable and they felt real. The story was beautiful, truly beautiful. Altogether it was just... brilliant.
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0 # Kimana McCallum 2015-11-05 19:27
I'm going to recommend...'Co raline' by Neil Gaiman. I know everyone and their mother has probably read this book, but for anyone who hasn't, you must! It is amazing and just so...creepy, especially for a children's story. Definitely recommend.
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0 # Claire 2015-11-05 17:25
The last book I read that I really enjoyed was 'Every Other Day' by Jennifer Lynn Barnes. Very unique, exciting and unpredictable with refreshingly different characters. I would recommend it to anyone who has ever felt like an outsider or alone. This book shows us that there is no such thing as a boting average person! ;-)
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