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Three Line Tales 262 – Road

The thunder echoed across the barren land, a monstrous gray cloud loomed overhead.

She squinted out the car window at the woman, who kept her foot slammed on the gas pedal and screamed through the rain, “We’re in this together!”

She nodded in agreement before turning back to the road cracked and worn by lightning and muttered, “That’s what you think.”

10 Things I Noticed When I Read Indian No More by Charlene Willing McManis

Another book I had to read for the competition, in addition to Gregor the Overlander, was Indian No More by Charlene Willing McManis with Traci Sorell. It surprised me in multiple ways and while it won’t stick out as a favorite, it was an insightful book that I recommend to pretty much anyone.

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