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Ender's Game (Ender Wiggins Saga #1) by Orson Scott Card
Ender's Game (Ender Wiggins Saga #1)

CMB, September 5, 2011

This is a fantastic futuristic book that leads you through Ender Wiggins life as a "third". The third child of the Wiggins family. His family was allowed to have more than the usual two in hopes that they would produce the next commander who could save the Earth. It is purposely vague but slowly unravels and is thrilling as it becomes clearer and clearer.
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The Dangerous Days of Daniel X by James Patterson and Michael Ledwidge
The Dangerous Days of Daniel X

CMB, June 28, 2011

James Patterson has done it again. My 10 yr old son and I have so enjoyed reading this great series!
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Guys Read #01: Funny Business by Jon Scieszka
Guys Read #01: Funny Business

CMB, June 25, 2011

What a great collection of short stories for kids! Well not just for kids and not just for guys either, as the book claims. The stories are fabulous and laugh-out-loud funny. My son can't wait to get the others. #2 is "Thrillers". I have to say I can't wait either.
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Sleepless by Charlie Huston
Sleepless

CMB, January 22, 2011

A great thriller/mystery of sorts. I thoroughly enjoyed this futuristic post-apocalyptic novel. You want to know why and what and how the whole way through. It takes you into a world that is both believable and unbelievable. It reminded me in some ways of The Stand - with a great cast of characters and bits that tug at your heart.
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Sleepless by Charlie Huston
Sleepless

CMB, January 22, 2011

A great thriller/mystery of sorts. I thoroughly enjoyed this futuristic post-apocalyptic novel. You want to know why and what and how the whole way through. It takes you into a world that is both believable and unbelievable. It reminded me in some ways of The Stand - with a great cast of characters and bits that tug at your heart.
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