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The Swarm (German: Der Schwarm) is a science fiction novel by German author Frank Schätzing. It was first published in Germany and Austria in 2004 and soon became a bestseller.

Ender's Game: Author's Definitive Edition. paperback

Ender's Game: Author's Definitive Edition

Ender's Game is amazing! Make sure to read it before you watch the movie. There is some graphic content in it as well as some language. It would recommend it for anyone older teens.

Laurie Gough

Reading this right now and I can hardely put it down!

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Roman Legion - Eagle Series Some of the facts are a bit off and a lot of unnecessary modern profanity.

The author sent me this book to check out.  An amazing look into what makes us all human

The Maladjusted

Sixteen clever and insightful stories about people who fail to meet fundamental social or cultural expectations. short stories are accessible, immediate, and convenient, and lend themselves to a contemporary, fast-paced audience.

Foreign Body

Foreign Body

Two Graves

After his wife, Helen, is brazenly abducted before his eyes, Special Agent Pendergast furiously pursues the kidnappers, chasing them across the country and i.

The New York Times Best Sellers

The New York Times Best Sellers

My favourite book of Tess Gerritsen from Rizzoli and Isles-books better than TV series

The Club Dumas

The Club Dumas

Terminal Freeze by Lincoln Child

Terminal Freeze by Lincoln Child

In Paris, a physicist dies after performing a laboratory experiment for a beautiful visitor.  In the jungles of Malaysia, a mysterious bu...

State of Fear by Michael Crichton is a great read and lesson on the need for objective, critical reasoning.

Repurposing old books!

amygaertner: “ The Book Origami of Isaac Salazar ” Beautiful art sculpture about something I totally love to do - read! Love the fact this book wasn’t “cut” to sculpt but was.

This book covers the battle of Gettysburg. I am not really a Civil War buff by any means, but the way Michael Shaara develops the characters and the story is so compelling. This is definitely one of my favorite books of all time.

The Killer Angels, Michael Shaara--told as if you're there. Battle of Gettysburg. Such a great book.