1. 🏅 Career of Evil by Robert Galbraith
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    LOVED it. It was (a) a great mystery, and (b) revealed so much about Cormoran and Robin's personal lives in the past. Can't wait for book 4.
  2. Carry On by Rainbow Rowell
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    I enjoyed this one, but I didn't love it as much as Fangirl. It was so funny to have Rowell's trademark very talk-y kissing scenes in a fantastical setting though!
  3. Black Sheep by Georgette Heyer
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    I love the slightly older heroine, and the banter between Abigail and the charming (but simultaneously rude) Miles Calverleigh. He's one of my favorite Heyer characters, such a great combination of disdain and sweetness.
  4. White Leopard by Laurent Guillaume
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    Dark and violent, with an intriguing setting. I kept googling info about Bamako (Mali) as I was reading.
  5. Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel
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    This book was so great. I keep thinking about some of its beautiful, poetic passages. And the way civilization crumbled was so realistic!
  6. The Marriage Pact by MJ Pullen
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    Chick lit that wasn't totally awesome, but had a few thoughtful moments.
  7. 💣 Ivory by Tony Park
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    A modern day Mozambiquan pirate gets caught up in a huge smuggling deal gone awry. I liked the first half. Then it basically devolved into a James Bond novel.
  8. I Must Say by Martin Short
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    I must say, I'm surprised that Martin Short made me cry. He's so sweet about his late wife though. ❤️
  9. Charity Girl by Georgette Heyer
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    One of my favorite things about this one are the ridiculous names of the Bugle sisters - Lucasta, Oenone, Corinna, Dianeme, and Perenna. Can you imagine calling those out at the playground? Ha! Actually, probably some hipster-y mom is yelling for Oenone at that park across from the San Francisco ferry building as we speak.
  10. Looking for Alaska by John Green
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    I liked this one a lot better than Paper Towns!