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This week is a freebie, so I can make my own list. I've decided on:
This book is wonderful for all ages. There is just a magic to Funke's writing that sucks you in. It's an amazing fantasy. Go for the book, not the movie. I would give this to my 7 year old cousin and my 70 year old grandmother.
After the vampire crazy Twilight spawned, it seemed like those were the only paranormal books most of the public would touch. I read this book about werewolves and shoved it into the hands of my friends, thus pulling them from the vampiric ice age and into the werewolf millenium.
This book is heartbreaking and provacative and one ginormous emotional rollercoaster. It may not be the obvious choice for a book I would give to others, but there is a raw power to this book that I think everyone should experience.
Never in my life have I fallen in love with the city in a story. Amy Plum does a magnificent job of making me love Paris and all her splendor. OK, so the fact that the leads are amazing doesn't hurt either.