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Publication Date: November 11, 2014
There is no such thing as a chance meeting.

There’s no room in Avery Nicolis’s life for an obsession, yet why else does he stalk Emeline Gamble. 360 more words


Review: Creatures of Snow by Teresa Carlson

Overall rating 4/5 (Amazon version)

Carlson’s promising novel Creatures of Snow is what looks like to be the first book of a series set in a world where different realms are separated by static filled trans-dimensional spaces known as the “snow.” This book drew me in quickly with compelling characters and skillful dialogue, as well as with mysterious characters that might or might not be the bad guys. 851 more words

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Review: Goodnight, Already! by Jory John

Goodnight, Already! by Jory John and Benji Davies

Bear is so very tired, all he wants to do is go to sleep.  But his next door neighbor, Duck, feels exactly the opposite and has never felt more awake as he reads a book on staying awake and drinks a pot of coffee.  As Bear climbs into bed and pulls up his blanket, ready to snooze, Duck comes over for a visit.  Duck offers all sorts of ideas of what they could do together, but all Bear wants to do is sleep.  Just when Bear is again about to fall asleep, Duck returns with a new idea to bake something.  But Bear once again sends him on his way.  When Duck comes in for a third time, Bear has had enough!   The evening though has time for one final ironic twist by the end of the book, one that will get readers giggling. 169 more words

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Unbreakable by Kami Garcia

Unbreakable by Kami Garcia isn’t a terrible book by any means and there are going to be people who really like it. But it does feel very much like it is pandering to a specific young teen audience, bringing an almost ‘mary sue’ wishful trope especially suited for those invested in the “Supernatural” TV series. 373 more words

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Book review: The Newlyweds by Nell Freudenberger

Amina has moved to America from Bangladesh to be with her fiance George, who she met online and has only met once in person. They quickly marry, and we follow Amina as she gets to know George’s family and adjust to her new life. 288 more words

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Review of @HoustonHaven 's Exposed Ecstasy

First, the blurb:

Daughter of the Dirt Dweller’s ruler; Tessla Reto attempts to escape the Underworld after the mysterious disappearance of her best friend. She knows her untimely death is also near if her father, Landen Reto discovers her part in forming the rebels to fight against him. 478 more words


The Ghost at Scrooge's Door: "Jacob T. Marley" by R. William Bennett--A Review

Jacob T. Marley by R. William Bennett. Shadow Mountain, 2011.

In this convincingly written pastiche of Charles Dickens’ classic novella A Christmas Carol, author R. 1,048 more words

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