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Welcome to our collection of awesome books. We’ve put our authors to work writing articles about awesome books that we think will blow your mind. It was difficult for our writers to be able to survive these books, since mind blowing experiences are known to be deadly. After many authors, years of experiments, and a few thousand books we solved, the problem: our writers are now raised specifically to withstand this ailment.

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At a young age they are given very boring books; gradually the mind blowability of the books increased as time went by. This is a collection of the best articles we’ve written about awesome books. Take a look at some of the cream of the crop from our reviews, articles, and debates below. We hope you really like these articles and hope they blow your mind apart as much as they did ours. We’d love to hear your comments about them as well, since you are the ones we are writing for.

Our Collection of Awesome Books is BELOW!

Whether you are going on holiday and can`t decide which 5 books you want to bring or if you are buying a gift for a friend and aren`t sure what book they would like, I recommend taking a look at some awesome books to help you clear your head. We post about new books weekly. Every Monday we add new articles, book reviews, book lists, book giveaways, and book trailers. You know there has to be one for you and if you are a Bookkaholic like us, then this will be the place you find the books you need.

 
 
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Witch paper
Witch paper
Witch paper

October: A Month for Spooky Tales, Part 4

As October draws to a close, we prepare to celebrate the event that makes this month so spectacularly scary: Halloween! For my series “October: A Month for Spooky Tales,” I have examined Alabama’s legendary st...
 
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Spooky Tales 3
Spooky Tales 3
Spooky Tales 3

October: A Month for Spooky Tales, Part 3

For this week’s installment of “October: A Month for Spooky Tales,” I am going back to the first story I ever remember scaring the bejeezus out of me, a children’s book titled The Tailypo (pronounced ...
 
 
What Should I Read Next
 
Wild Child T.C. Boyle image
Wild Child T.C. Boyle image
Wild Child T.C. Boyle image

Review: Wild Child by T.C. Boyle

Each story in Wild Child by T.C. Boyle is assured, in-your-face, and perfectly executed; he is a master of the genre. The stories are so deep and insightful that I could imagine any one of them being extended into a full-length...

 
 
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cyber-storm
cyber-storm
cyber-storm

Review: CyberStorm by Matthew Mather

As of the 2012 census, there are approximately 2.1 million farms in the entire United States, versus 8.3 million people living in New York City alone! It’s obvious that America has become a nation that expects to be taken...
 
 
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Ingrid
Ingrid
Ingrid

Ingrid by Lynnette Kraft – Book Trailer

Ingrid by Lynnette Kraft – Book Trailer   About the Author Lyn­nette Kraft is a cre­ative writer and uses sto­ry­telling to com­mu­ni­cate the value of hope, the beauty of restora­tion and the power of self­less love...

 
 
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The Cure
The Cure
The Cure

Review: The Cure by Douglas E. Richards

Who are the good guys? Douglas E Richards has an amazing talent at keeping the reader guessing.
 
 
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ForThoseInPeril
ForThoseInPeril
ForThoseInPeril

For Those in Peril on the Sea, Colin M. Drysdale

Eternal Father strong to save Whose arm has bound the restless wave Who bids the mighty ocean deep O hear us when we cry to Thee For those in Peril on the sea Can you imagine leaving port one sunny day on some rich person’...
 
 
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MissPeregrines
MissPeregrines
MissPeregrines

Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs

Author Ransom Riggs' debut novel "Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children" rocked 63 weeks on the New York Times Best Seller list for a reason, it introduces a wondrously horrific world of splendor and terror. Riggs formed ...

 
 
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boneshaker1
boneshaker1

Review: Boneshaker by Cherie Priest

Well known authors H.G. Wells  and Jules Verne can be counted as  the godfathers of Steampunk. Over the past decade, the science fiction sub-genre of Steampunk has become mainstream and is gathering quite a fantastical followin...
 
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3985
3985

American Novels: Which One Best Captures Our Spirit?

This past weekend was the pinnacle of patriotism throughout our country. America’s Fourth of July is the annual call to celebrate what it is that we cherish about living in the U.S.A., whether it be our freedom, our food, or ev...