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Review of Wonder

wonder Will “Auggie” be up to the challenge? I couldn’t put the book down. This received my highest rating of five. Wonder is simply a wonderful book!

To see the full review, click on the Reviews tab on this site or the image on the left.… Jeannine

Review of Almost Perfect

almostperfect This is a charming tale of boy and dog and boy and an old woman. It may bring a tear to your eye as you learn more about the backgrounds of the characters. How can a youth with problems of his own, help a headstrong old woman?

To see the full review, click on the Reviews tab on this site or the image on the left.… Jeannine

Review of Capitol Limited

capitol limited This story hooked me at once. John Kennedy had always lived in wealth and Richard Nixon came from the middle class. For a night in March 1947, both men were stuck together in a train sleeping compartment, and had to make the best of things.

To see the full review, click on the Reviews tab on this site or the image on the left.… Jeannine

Review of City of Scoundrels

cityofscn If you are a Chicagoan or have some Chicago roots I’m sure you will find this book fascinating. This is a well-written and greatly researched book. Gary Krist brought an earlier Chicago to life!

To see the full review, click on the Reviews tab on this site or the image on the left.… Jeannine

Review of A Christmas Hope

xmashope A Christmas Hope by Ann Perry is a book of substance.  I truly enjoyed reading it. In fact I found it hard to put down. It features engaging characters as well as a mystery to be solved.

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Review of Alone – Orphaned on the Ocean

alone This is a true story, one of survival and of crime. A group sailed off from Fort Lauderdale and headed for the Bahamas for a week of relaxation in the warm waters of the Caribbean. The boat never returned to Fort Lauderdale.

To see the full review, click on the Reviews tab on this site or the image on the left.… Jeannine

Review of Ernestine

ernestine This is a charming tale of an old woman, and her various lifetime escapades, loves, marriages, and travels during her ninety some years.

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Review of – I, Walter

iwalter I haven’t read a seafaring novel for some time, and I’m glad the one I chose to read was this one. It was well worth the wait! . I believe both male and female readers will enjoy I, Walter.

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Review of A Sheltered Life – Take It To The Streets

shelteredlife I chose to review this story because I had lived in Albuquerque on and off during a great part of my life and remembered when Joy Junction was founded and I was curious. The book more than met my expectations. It certainly fed my curiosity and I found it to be very spiritually uplifting.

This is truly a remarkable story, well worth reading, and would be a great discussion book for book clubs. To see the full review, click on the Reviews tab on this site or the image on the left…. Jeannine