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Jared Applebee, Shingle Springs
“’The Invisible Circus.’ It’s set in the 1960s. The characters are anti-war movement radicals. It’s about shattered illusions and that sort of stuff. All good.”

Sedef Senman, Sacramento "€œ'The Subtle Body.âIt’s about auras, chakras and meditation. It links biological information, like how the organs work together, with energy levels and overall good health. It’s not a light read, but is really good."
Jill Lohnes, Shingle Springs
"'Shutter Island.' They just made a movie with Leonardo DiCaprio out of it. It's a great story with loads of twists and turns. I can't give anything away."
Jared Applebee, Shingle Springs
“'The Invisible Circus.' It’s set in the 1960s. The characters are anti-war movement radicals. It’s about shattered illusions and that sort of stuff. All good.”
Hans Puehse, Folsom
“'Budah’s Brain.’ It’s a highly technical book about how the brain works. It identifies behavioral patters and links them to certain areas of the brain. It’s fascinating.”
Jennifer Geogh, Folsom
“The Cesar Milan book. He’s the dog whisperer, but the book is about how to lead your life not so much how to train your dog.”

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