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Friday, September 4th
Today's Dose by Deborah from Bay Village, Ohio
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The Admissions The Admissions
by Meg Mitchell Moore

'The Admissions' is an entertaining tale of a family struggling to meet the high bar of expectations set in the competitive Marin County environment....This novel is a quick read but will provide food for thought on the gambles some parents will take to win their child's success. (read more)

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Previous Doses
September 3rd
Selected by Patricia from Portland, Oregon


The Storied Life of A.J. Fikry The Storied Life of A.J. Fikry
by Gabrielle Zevin

Zevin's story is romantic, sweet, fun, with a touch of mystery enough to engage your mind, and a dash of heartbreak for perfect balance. Her characters are well-crafted -- I especially loved her description of Amelia as a 'big dandelion of a girl.' Read it, you will feel nice inside. (read more)

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September 1st
Selected by Kathleen from Everett, Washington


Circling the Sun Circling the Sun
by Paula McLain

Anyone who has read 'The Paris Wife' is in for a treat. The writing in 'Circling the Sun' is positively lyrical and and surely McLain's stellar triumph. McLain inhabits Markham; there is no other way Beryl Markham could be brought to life so vividly and warmly....This is a book and a woman's story that should not be missed. I can't wait to share it with my book club. (read more)

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August 30th
Selected by Anna from Kuna, Idaho


Shadow and Bone (Grisha Trilogy) Shadow and Bone (Grisha Trilogy)
by Leigh Bardugo

The opening novel to the trilogy, 'Shadow and Bone' by Leigh Bardugo is skillfully infested with plot twists and game-changers....Bardugo is a fantastic wordsmith with a dangerous mind capable of imagining the greatest moments, lies, betrayals, and perfect-timings. I hope you fall in love with this series just as I did. (read more)

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September 2nd
Selected by Alisha from Minneapolis, Minnesota


Marine Park: Stories Marine Park: Stories
by Mark Chiusano

Chiusano's collection is a good debut....Chiusano is very consistent and forthright with his characters and voice. He's a joy to read and I will pick up future collections to watch how Chuisano's storytelling style evolves. (read more)

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August 31st
Selected by Aganita from Seattle, Washington


The Nature of the Beast (Chief Inspector Gamache Novel #11) The Nature of the Beast (Chief Inspector Gamache Novel #11)
by Louise Penny

I got to see the author, Louise Penny at the world launch of this book in Seattle....She has created a wonderful character in Gamache, and this book continues the great series. (read more)

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August 29th
Selected by Sam from Lubbock, Texas


Beowulf: A Translation and Commentary Beowulf: A Translation and Commentary
by J.R.R. Tolkien and Christopher Tolkien

This edition of 'Beowulf,' in addition to being one of the best translations I've read, including Haney's, had a number of positive effects on me. It gave me a much deeper appreciation of the poem and its historical significance as one of an extremely small number of extant cultural works by the Anglo-Saxons and their world....It's a dense, but rewarding, read, for beginners and established Anglo-Saxon aficionados alike, straight from the notes and writings of one of the 20th century's most pre-eminent scholars on the subject. (read more)

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