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Hi I'm Caitlin a refuge from GR due to its censoring of reviewers. I'm still getting use to the site and hope to get back into the rhythm of writing reviews for all I'm reading. Here is what stars mean to me: 1- Was horrible, no one should read it 2- Didn't click with me but someone else may enjoy or didn't live up to expectations 3- I enjoyed it, nothing special(most books) 4- Very good but the there was still enough flaws to prevent me from falling in love with it 5- I loved it, it made me think and feel strong emotions, very few flaws
Seven from Heaven: The Miracle of the McCaughey Septuplets - Kenny McCaughey, Bobbi McCaughey, Gregg Lewis An intresting look at the story of the McCaughey, who discovered that they where expecting seven babies and how they delt with it. Not the best but not bad.
Horns - Joe Hill This book was trying to be two things at once and ended up failing at both. It was trying to be a creepy devil story and at the same time a thriller, and it either needed to be separated into two books or blended better.

It was interesting in parts, but it just didn't work for me.
J. K. Rowling: The Wizard Behind Harry Potter - Marc Shapiro An okay book but you can learn more about J.K Rowling from her site , then from this book.
How They Met, and Other Stories - David Levithan I started this book thinking it would be a bunch of cute little love story of the usual kind. But I got a little bit of a surprise to find out the first story was about a gay boy. But I can live with some of that mixed in, I kept reading to find that out of 18 stories, 8 focused on gays or lesbians.

But they are all cute little stories about finding love and are worth the quick read. Some of my favorites (probably because they remind me of my self) are A Romantic Inclination and Without Saying.
The Last Little Blue Envelope - Maureen Johnson A big disapointment compared to the first.
Four Hands for Mercy - Mary N. Dolim,  Gen Kakacek A cute, short read about a girl becoming a nurse and finding herself.
I Want a Pony (Pony Pals #1) - Jeanne Betancourt I need to take my laptop up to my room and mark all of these I've read.
Everlasting - Alyson Noel Damen is a Jackass and this book sucks.
The Indispensable Calvin and Hobbes - Bill Watterson Another fun collecting of Calvin and Hobbes.
Into the Woods - Stephen Sondheim;James Lapine I was part of this play last year, unfortunately we didn't have enough guys so I (I'm female) played the mysteries (sp?) man.
Life, the Universe and Everything (Hitchhiker's Guide, #3) - Douglas Adams Honestly these books are starting to get less funny and more stupid.
The Restaurant at the End of the Universe (Hitchhiker's Guide, #2) - Douglas Adams Honestly these books are starting to get less funny and more stupid.
Aesop's Fables - George Fyler Townsend An okay book, but some stories didn't work and I didn't like how half of them said the moral of the story and the half didn't.
The New World (Chaos Walking, #0.5) - Patrick Ness

A nice, short story of what happened to Viola before meeting Todd. Nothing spectacular but not bad.


This is not on the right book (I just came over from goodreads), it should be a prequel to the chaos walking series.

Eyes Like Stars - Lisa Mantchev

Honestly I picked up this book for two reasons: #1 is cover is gorgeous and #2 both my friends on GR who read it really liked it. I did enjoy it but it wasn't anything amazing, but it does have an amazing cover.

Monsters of Men: Chaos Walking: Book Three - Patrick Ness I'm honestly not sure wither to give this book 2 or 3 stars, it was better then the first book (2 stars) and not as good as #2 (3 stars). But I'm glad the series has an ending even if the ending didn't do much for me.

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