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Within These Wicked Walls by Lauren Blackwood The BookWalker
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Stunningly romantic, Lauren Blackwood’s heart-stopping debut, Within These Wicked Walls, ushers in an exciting new fantasy voice.

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Constance by Matthew FitzSimmons | The BookWalker
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To anticloning militants, it’s an abomination against nature. For young Constance “Con” D’Arcy, who was gifted her own clone by her late aunt, it’s terrifying.

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The BookWalker The Morning Star by Karl Ove Knausgaard
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Karl Ove Knausgaard’s astonishing new novel, his first after the My Struggle cycle, goes to the utmost limits of freedom and chaos, to what happens when forces beyond our comprehension are unleashed and the realms of the living and the dead collide.

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The Magician Colm Toibin The BookWalker
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The Magician is an intimate, astonishingly complex portrait of Mann, his magnificent and complex wife Katia, and the times in which they lived—the first world war, the rise of Hitler, World War II, the Cold War, and exile.

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The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein The BookWalker
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Editor’s Note: The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein’s

Now, after many years, the ‘boy’ comes back as an old man, and the tree despairs that he has nothing left to give. “I do not need much now, just a place to rest .” My voice always quavers each time I get to the last page; the idea that one could give so selflessly and get nothing in return is inspiring.

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These Toxic Things: A Thriller by Rachel Howzell Hall
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Mickie Lambert creates “digital scrapbooks” for clients, ensuring that precious souvenirs aren’t forgotten or lost. When her latest client, Nadia Denham, a curio shop owner, dies from an apparent suicide, Mickie honors the old woman’s last wish and begins curating her peculiar objets d’art. A dead woman’s cherished trinkets become pieces to a terrifying puzzle.

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Unfold Your Soul A Memoir by Thea Woods
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In Unfold Your Soul, Thea Woods breaks her long silence and shares her compelling story of spiritual awakening, self-discovery, and freedom with the readers. As early as eight years old, Thea could see things beyond what people see as everyday happenings. It dawned on her young mind while looking at a coin —that it had two sides that might look different—

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Pilgrimage Poems By Randy Stoltz
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The natural feelings of fear, separation, and walking through the right path in God’s loving hands—there is nothing more joyful than embracing God’s graces and loving-kindness. Randy’s eventful journey of ups and downs and working his way through his soulful connection and devotion with the Divine, meant to be shared, give birth to writing these awe-inspiring 47 poems.

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The First Day of School Kelley Rice The BookWalker
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These little youngsters tend to think— school is no fun—is what Kelley Rice’s The First Day of School would like to prove them wrong. The 24-page storybook tells the story of a little boy as he airs his sentiment on his first day of school. The narration is conversationally done and uses a first-person point of view

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