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  • 'Enthralling' performance and steamy lesbian love scene make Black Swan a hit

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  • Enthralling as the story undoubtedly is, it's an odd choice for the venerable Newbery.

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  • Enthralling and smartly written, the novel is a pulse-pounding rollercoaster ride that will have you reading deep into the night.

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  • Enthralling and smartly written, the novel is a pulse-pounding rollercoaster ride that will have you reading deep into the night.

    "The Keepsake" by Tess Gerritsen

  • LA BELLE NOISEUSE: French Enthralling story about what it takes to capture the soul of a person on canvas.

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  • Enthralling and heartbreaking, most of these 11 pieces exemplify the fundamentals of great storytelling.

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  • 'Enthralling and cheeky, it will make you laugh and chatter long after you've left the cinema' - Metro '

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  • Enthralling to many because of her rags-to-riches story, Serena is half of one of the sports world's most intriguing sibling rivalries.

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  • "Enthralling students with tales of eating candy in midair and sleeping like a zombie, NASA's top administrator and an astronaut gave 200 Baker students Monday a reason to focus on math and science."

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