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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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Little Bee

By Chris Cleave

Category: Fiction

Sheds light on a subject that many in the "modern world" don't care to learn about. Ending and some chapters were a tad underdeveloped. ~ Reviewed by Christina G. on 07/28/2011


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Straight Talk, No Chaser

By Steve Harvey

Category: Non-Fiction

Steve did it again! This time really divulging what it takes to keep a good man content and a healthy relationship flourishing; thus how to keep yourself happy in a healthy relationship. I couldn't put it down and both my sister and I read it in two days! I look forward to his third book. ~ Reviewed by Donna P. on 07/20/2011


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Getting to Happy

By Terry McMillan

Category: Fiction

Getting to Happy is so realistic. The lives of the four friends chronicled is very easy to relate to. I was able to relate to events in their lives to events in my life. Terry McMillan has once again proved her ability to enchant readers' imaginations. ~ Reviewed by Patricia B. on 07/20/2011


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The Help

By Kathryn Stockett

Category: Fiction

The Help was very interesting. I learned a lot about domestic help. However, there were parts that weren't very interesting. Overall, I truly enjoyed the book. ~ Reviewed by Patricia B. on 07/20/2011


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Disappearing Acts

By Terry McMillan

Category: Fiction

Terry McMillan did an absolute marvelous job of portraying human relationships. The relationship between the couple became strained-once she became pregnant. Disappearing Acts is definitely a realistic story. ~ Reviewed by Patricia B. on 07/20/2011


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A Discovery of Witches

By Deborah Harkness

Category: Science Fiction/Fantasy/Horror

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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