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Margaret Dashwood’s Diary: Sense and Sensibility Mysteries, Book One, by Anna Elliott – A Review

From the desk of Lisa Galek:

Margaret Dashwood is only rarely mentioned in Sense and Sensibility. She starts the story as a girl of thirteen who loses her father and her home and then sits back to watch her two older sisters fall in love and get married. 905 more words

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Challenge: Accepted

A friend of mine brought of the book “House of Leaves” by Mark Danielewski. She said she doesn’t know anyone who has finished this book, including herself. 142 more words

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Review: Look Who's Back - Timur Vermes.

It’s Summer 2011 in Berlin. It’s a normal day: Adolf Hitler wakes up, having lost the last few decades somehow. Look Who’s Back begins with people taking his impeccable look as him being a dedicated lookalike unwilling to break character, but then – of course – he goes viral. 285 more words

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Review: A Man Came Out of a Door in the Mountain - Adrianne Harun.

In isolated British Columbia, girls, mostly native, are vanishing from the sides of a notorious highway. Leo Kreutzer and his four friends are barely touched by these disappearances—until a series of mysterious and troublesome outsiders come to town. 287 more words

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The Book Blogger 'Get To Know Me' Tag!

The lovely Laura from She Loves To Read created this tag as a way to get to know other book bloggers a little bit better. We all know we like books but there’s obviously a lot more to all of us that that! 1,705 more words


*RELEASE BLITZ* - Written On Her Heart- Paige Rion

Written On Her Heart by Paige Rion
(Callaway Cove #1)
Publication date: April 23rd 2014
Genres: New Adult, Romance

Andi Callaway has dreamed of becoming a published author her entire life. 949 more words

2014 New Release

Review: Elephants on Acid And Other Bizarre Experiments - Alex Boese.

You know when you randomly browse the sale section in HMV and they have books going for about £2 and suddenly you fancy giving anything a try? 153 more words

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