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Important Messages
The more you read, the more chances you have to win! Everyone receives an a ticket to the Books and Brew Happy Hour, you will receive an email invitation with sign up.

Each completed review will be placed in a drawing for prizes awarded at our End of Summer Party on July 31 at the Stone Company Store in Oceanside. Every three books you read, regardless of review, you get a Reading Incentive!

All reviews will also be eligible for a chance to win the GRAND prize, a new Kindle Fire Tablet! You are also entered in the opportunity drawing for the Kindle when you attend library events!


Reviews
Title
Winter
Author
Merissa Meyer
Review
I waited over a year to get my hands on this one, and I wasn't disappointed! The concluding book to the Lunar Chronicles series, which is a futuristic retelling of classic princess fairy tales, "Winter" details the final battle for the Lunar throne between Cinder (Cinderella) and the evil Queen Levana. It is Meyer's longest book to date (a sprawling 800 pages), and some of the battle scenes can be difficult to swallow. There definitely were times where I just had to set it down and do something else for a while. Even so, I was hooked the whole way through. Meyer did an excellent job portraying the bloodiness of war, while still staying true to her characters and keeping the tone of the story somewhat lighthearted throughout. Overall, it was a highly enjoyable and engaging read, and a satisfying conclusion to the series. 5/5!
Title
milk and honey
Author
rupi kaur
Review
I love poetry. This book was full of poetry about hurting, loving, breaking, and healing. Love is not always a splendid feeling. There is one poem that says" You were so afraid of my voice I decided to be afraid of it too." I liked many of the powerful poems.