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from the moon in its flight

Loved this–

In 1948, the whole world seemed beautiful to young people of a certain milieu, or let me say, possible. Yes, it seemed a possible world.

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Silver Shadows by Richelle Mead

***This contains serious spoilers for the Vampire Acadmey and the BloodLines series including this novel.*****

I have read both VA and Bloodlines. And I have been with bloodlines since the first novel was released back when I was in year 8. 443 more words

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HFVBT : Susan Spann's - Blade of the Samurai - Review

IN MY OWN WORDS

This is a very cool Historical and Mystery novel. This novel send you back in time to the 16th century Japan. This is my first time reading a mystery novel written by Susan Span, I can asure you, when I was reading this mystery you want to finish your book the first day, because it is so well written you want to know who the killer is and why he or she committed  the crime. 929 more words

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Review: Free to Fall by Lauren Miller

Title: Free to Fall
Author: Lauren Miller
Genre: YA, sci-fi
Publisher/Publication Date: HarperTeen / May 13, 2014
How Did I Get It? Bought it
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Oxford Revisited 2014

Same reason for being in Oxford—the Oxford Dysfluency Conference that my partner helped organise—same train trip from London; same College for accommodation. But this trip, instead of visiting university landmarks and museums, I spent the time with a niece and her boyfriend punting on the Isis River, which is the Thames in Oxford. 363 more words

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How to Find Great Books by Indie Authors

There’s a plethora of great books on the market by Indie Authors, but in the growing e-book flood waters there are quite a few that are less than satisfying, and far from the professional product you are expecting for your investment (time & money). 1,317 more words

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Review - The Wise Man's Fear

Note: This review contains spoilers for “The Name of the Wind”.

“The Wise Man’s Fear” is the follow-up to 2007’s “The Name of the Wind”, with the third and final part of the trilogy allegedly due in 2015. 1,020 more words

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