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Each of these four novels is an ideal beach read, building their stories around spellbinding absences and pulling us into searches that have the pages flying by—and will make for a thrilling Fourth, regardless of weather or barbecue plans.
But this series, based on Neil Gaiman's 2001 novel, has managed to create a spellbinding story about how true belief rests on healthy skepticism.
The Andersons share a common love of the late, spellbinding vocalist Jeff Buckley.
Washington (CNN)The initial shock and awe phase of the great, unresolved Russia election mystery ended with James Comey's spellbinding testimony.
The numbers weren't spellbinding, but there was improvement.
The spellbinding piece is non-narrative, with no sense of beginning or end.
Her singular paintings are among the most spellbinding and enduring in the history of art and the best, with Marsden Hartley’s, of early American modernism.
For a different view, stroll Dufferin Terrace, a half-mile-long wooden boardwalk stretching from the foot of the Citadelle to the Château Frontenac that offers spellbinding panoramas of the St. Lawrence River.
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: holding your attention completely : extremely interesting, entertaining, etc.
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