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Book Reviews by Library Users

Want to know what other people are reading? Check out one of these books recommended by other Clayton County Library users. Have you read something you'd like to recommend? Let us know!

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Dead in the Family

By Charlaine Harris

Sookie is at it again, this time she realizes that her family isn't the only messed up ones. Eric, her boyfriend has a family you'll never forget. ~ Reviewed by Christina G. on 07/28/2011


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Dark Hunter (Series)

By Sherrilyn Kenyon

A gothic twist to your traditional romance novel, readers will not be disappointed. ~ Reviewed by Christina G. on 07/28/2011


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Dead Reckoning

By Charlaine Harris

What else can go wrong when you are married to a vampire?...Lots. This latest installment brings Sookie back in the middle of the convoluted world of vamp politics. ~ Reviewed by Christina G. on 07/28/2011


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Pale Demon

By Kim Harrison

Great continuation of a great series. Fans of Rachel will not be disappointed. ~ Reviewed by Christina G. on 07/28/2011


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A Discovery of Witches

By Deborah Harkness

A Discovery of Witches takes a chapter or two to entice the reader but after Professor Bishop meets her vampire hero it becomes an easy read. I'd recommend this book to any Charlaine Harris fan looking for a good summer read. Dr. Bishop isn't completely helpless but she has a lot to learn about herself. Harkness is very descriptive but the action and love will carry your interest. ~ Reviewed by Taylor S. on 07/20/2011


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Hull Zero Three

By Greg Bear

If you love classic science fiction as much as I do, you'll love this! Greg Bear takes the classic SF idea of sending out a multi-generational ship to colonize a far-away planet, and updates it with new concepts in biology and astrophysics, and throws in some action and human psychology just for fun! ~ Reviewed by TJM on 12/19/2010


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