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Book Review: The Line, by William L. J. Galaini

            The Line is science fiction/horror/mystery.  Time travel, a space station named Janus and an odd looking android named Magus are the science fiction portion of the novel. 258 more words


what she left behind

The Blurb: Ten years ago, Izzy Stone’s mother fatally shot her father while he slept. Devastated by her mother’s apparent insanity, Izzy, now seventeen, refuses to visit her in prison. 691 more words

5 Stars

A disappointing sequel to Divergent by Veronica Roth

Insurgent by Veronica Roth
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

I absolutely loved Divergent, the first novel in Veronica Roth’s dystopian trilogy but then I also felt the same way about The Hunger Games and then became just that little bit more disappointed as the series unfolded. 424 more words

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Book Review - Big Red Tequila

Big Red Tequila by Rick Riordan

Review: This was Rick Riordan’s first ever published novel. It is a mystery novel set in San Antonio and sparked a string of novels featuring the protagonist, Tres Navarre. 89 more words



While looking through my local Barnes and Noble store to see if there were other books I’d be interested in reading, I came across this one and once I read the synopsis, I knew it had to be something special because it’s one thing when you have a romance novel, but it’s an entirely different kind of love story when you add elements that would have otherwise worked in some other genre, but the combination of romance and this other element was a beautiful mix. 462 more words

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If Capital Grows This Fast, How Come Fortunes Disappear?


Capital in the 21st Century, Author: Thomas Piketty.

By Mark Gimein – 5 percent rate of growth routinely cited by Balzac… 183 more words


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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