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    Warning: Not for Readers with Weak Bladders! When Chelsea Handler laughs uncontrollably, she often loses her grip on her bladder. In her second book, Are You There, Vodka? It’s Me, Chelsea, Miss Handler writes of her raucous tales all over the world. She travels to England, Mexico, and even t...
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    The Fuse Has Been Lit The title of a novel is sometimes a very hard thing to choose. In Suzanne Collins’ book, Catching Fire, the title fits perfectly. The second installment of the Hunger Games series truly does catch fire, inspiring readers to blaze through it in one sitting. The book foll...
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    Dive In to Fallout Ellen Hopkins’ latest novel, Fallout, is another haunting glimpse into what can happen to a family when drugs infiltrate it. The third novel of the Crank series, Fallout is a home run, effortlessly sewing together three life stories. Tales of three lives affected by the monst...
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    Another Success for Sparks When you live your life looking over your shoulder, how can you see what is up ahead? Katie, the main character in Nicholas Sparks’ newest novel, Safe Haven, lives her life just like that: scared, conflicted, and cautious. The acclaimed author of titles like The Not...
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    Margaret Mitchell's classic tale of love in hard times is much more than just a romance. Scarlett O'Hara, a 16-year-old Southern belle, is quite the whippersnapper. Set during the Civil War, the novel follows her through war, destruction, and unrequited love. Mitchell gives readers such an int...
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    First Place for Stein “The car goes where the eyes go.” This simple statement is the mantra of Garth Stein’s novel, The Art of Racing in the Rain, a story that isn’t about racing at all…instead it is a heartwarming story of love and perseverance. The story is told from an unusual viewpo...

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