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Book Review: Broken Monsters

Broken city, broken dreams

In Detroit, violent death – along with foreclosure and despair – is a regular occurrence. But the part-human, part-animal corpses that have started appearing are more disturbing than anything Detective Gabriella Versado has ever seen[...] 676 more words

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Book review: Eureka – The Unfinished Revolution by Peter Fitzsimons

β€œIn 1854, Victorian miners fought a deadly battle under the flag of the Southern Cross at the Eureka Stockade. Though brief and doomed to fail, the battle is legend in both our history and in the Australian mind. 590 more words

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My review of The Truth About Retirement Plans & IRAs by Ric Edelman

Another month, another review in my Book Value column in BetterInvesting magazine.

You can find the latest right here, fresh off the press!

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An Abundance of Katherines

“He liked all books,because he liked the mere act of reading,the magic of turning scratches on a page into words inside his head.”

An Abundance of Katherines is another New York Times bestselling book that written by John Green.I don’t love this novel as much as I love Looking For Alaska to be honest,and well I also still prefer The Fault In Our Stars than this one.But,never mind,It’s UNIQUE and worth-reading! 377 more words

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Ten Harry Potter Characters I Would Want With Me On A Deserted Island

I’m twisting today’s TTT topic in honour of Harry Potter Month! How’s that for killing two birds with one stone. These are the ten characters from the Harry Potter World that I would want with me on a deserted island. 477 more words

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Harry Potter And The "Occult": How Reading Was Almost Ruined For Me

Last week I wrote about how much the Harry Potter books meant to me as a young reader – and to some degree, still does – but this week I’d like to write about how this lovely part of my childhood was placed in jeopardy. 829 more words

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Looking For Alaska


“How can I get out from this labyrinth of suffering?Forgive.”
Looking For Alaska is novel by John Green that I love the most.I have read The Fault In Our Stars and An Abundance of Katherines before,but I don’t love them as I love Looking For Alaska. 344 more words

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