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Amber Roher has commented on (8) products.

Faefever (08 Edition) by Karen Marie Moning
Faefever (08 Edition)

Amber Roher, June 28, 2012

If you love anything fae then you'll absolutely love this book and the other books in its series. It's about a girl on a mission to resolve her sisters death and on her journey her eyes are opened to a whole new world of things that go bump in the night. On this journey she not only discovers there are things in this world that people think only live in their nightmare's but she finds that she is not just a southern,small town,fashion girl. She discovers a whole lot more about herself and her sister and their abilities... It's such a great series. A must read. Enjoy
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Kitty's Big Trouble by Carrie Vaughn
Kitty's Big Trouble

Amber Roher, March 21, 2012

This book ROCKS as well as the whole series.. LOVED IT!!!
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The Passage by Justin Cronin
The Passage

Amber Roher, February 7, 2012

This book was by far the BEST book I have ever read. It keeps you wanting more and never wanting to put it down. It's got a great story line that's in a time when the world has come to an end and vampires are the culprit. But how the vampires got here is a big part of the story line and how the few characters in this book which are the last group of people left (or are they). I cant wait to read more and want Cronin to continue writing on this story line. It's such an awesome book and Cronin's writing is so captivating, he's an awesome writer. YOU MUST READ THIS BOOK!!! I PROMISE YOU WON'T BE SORRY...
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The Help by Kathryn Stockett
The Help

Amber Roher, January 5, 2012

This book was so great and very heartwarming. It is a story that takes you back into the days when being black or white chose your rank in the world for you. Kathryn Stockett writes her story line about a young lady named Skeeter who didn't let color chose where you belong in the world through her eyes. As Skeeter embarks on her journey to become a writer she decides to write a book on what touches her heart and that is how the women referred to as "The Help" (colored maids) were treated and their own personal stories of their times being the maids of a crewel bunch of lady's that treated them wrong and some that were just plain ignorant. It's a MUST READ story. You'll fall in love with Skeeter and her heart as well as the women that help her tell their stories and you will laugh uncontrollably. I give it a 10 out of a score of 1-5, it was so awesome. So read it!!!
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Dead and Gone (Sookie Stackhouse Novels) by Charlaine Harris
Dead and Gone (Sookie Stackhouse Novels)

Amber Roher, December 26, 2011

This whole series is phenomenal, I couldnt get enough and was sad when I finished it.... This book of the series is where it gets good and sookie is still trying to figure out where her heart stands between bill and eric... It's sooooo good!!! You have got to read this series, you will love it!
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