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All the Light We Cannot See... a 3 month journey

3 of 5 stars

I received an ARC of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

Here we have yet another book that EVERYONE except me loved. 505 more words

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Book Review: The Boys from Brazil by Ira Levin

Spoiler warning!

I’ve heard of this book before but mainly in the context of the movie, which I haven’t seen, it turns out I was totally in the dark as Ira Levin was a bit of a hit machine back in the day with three of his books getting adapted for the big screen in the 60s and 70s- The Stepford Wives, Rosemary’s Baby and this one, so clearly the guy knew how to have brilliant ideas. 619 more words

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Manion - Book Review: A Mother's Ordeal

Many people look forward to summer in hopes of reading some easy, relaxing literature. Gone are the lofty tomes of college and the stilted volumes of research, here are the fun, can’t-put-it-down-so-I’ll-just-eat-over-it books for which we never afforded the time. 622 more words

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A Cat's Steampunk Alphabet

Author: G. D. Falksen and Evelyn Kriete
Series: -

Age/Audience: Mixed audience, children will enjoy the variety of cats and non-traditional alphabet rhymes, adults will enjoy the throw back to turn-of-the-century English culture. 123 more words


Steamduck Learns to Fly!

Author: Emilie P Bush and Illustrated by William Kevin Petty
Series: Coal City Stories

Age/Audience: children, early readers

Genre/Style: Prose rhyming picture book with intermediate level sentences… 155 more words

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Lady Mechanika

Author: Joe Benitez
Series: Comic series, 3 volumes to date

Age/Audience: Teens and Adults equally

Genre/Style: Comic serial, mystery, supernatural

Read If You Like: Mechanics mixed with demonology, strong females, dark edgy comic styles… 131 more words