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3 new books Stan Lee recommends as gifts

Posted by Stan Lee on

I'm the smartest cat alive. By far. I'm so smart it's unbelievable. I'm so smart I can sit or lay on books and absorb the text. As the smartest cat alive, I have 3 books I'd like to recommend as gifts. Links to buy the books are highlighted and bold.

1. No More Goddesses by Kim Baccellia

15-year-old Jordan finds an ancient bracelet connected to her favorite actress, Audrey Hepburn, in her grams' house. She puts it on, hoping it will bring her love, but instead, it unleashes the ancient Egyptian goddess of love. I liked No More Goddesses by Kim Baccellia because there's Egyptian goddesses, and I'm a handsome furry god. I like reading about my peers, and ancient Egypt was one of the times cats domesticated humans, such fond memories. I also like reading about ancient Egypt because they worshipped cats back then. The ancient Egyptians had the right idea. New, $14.99

2. The Crows of Beara, by Julie Christine Johnson

Annie Crowe is trying to get her life together when she's sent to Ireland for work. Her marriage is failing, her career is hanging by a thread, and she's eager for a fresh start but this trip to Ireland be just what she needs to save her job. Annie is being sent to a small Irish village to promote a copper mine, but meets with fierce opposition from the local residents because it would endanger a rare bird that makes its home where the mine is going to be set. Among the people resisting the mine is local artist Daniel Savage, who is dealing with demons of him. Despite their differences, Annie and Daniel are drawn together. I liked this book because Annie falls in love. I love people falling in love, especially when they fall in love with me. I'm very easy to love. New, $18.95.


Addie and Dorian have always been together. The sisters were diagnosed as kids with a rare psychiatric disorder and have spent most of their lives in a locked psych ward after being accused of murder as kids. The two of them are hopelessly violent and beautiful, but also intelligent and clever. Now that they're on the cusp of adulthood, Addie has a new plan: start a new family, ostensibly to replace the one she lost when she was younger. I liked this book because the girls are intelligent and stunningly gorgeous, just like me. It's hard to top my stunning good looks and intelligence, but if anyone's up for it, I think these two girls are, especially Addie. New, $18.


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