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The Book of Life

All Souls Trilogy: The Book of Life by Deborah Harkness

After traveling through time in Shadow of Night, the second book in Deborah Harkness’s enchanting series, historian and witch Diana Bishop and vampire scientist Matthew Clairmont return to the present to face new crises and old enemies.

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All Souls Trilogy.. Part II

So I’ve already written about the first book in the All Souls Trilogy by Deborah Harkness. The second novel, Shadow of Night, is the main focus of this post. 199 more words

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The Book of Life: An Enchanted Tapestry of Alchemical Magic

By Lisa King | Sunday, August 17

In my life, Alchemy is a personal passion.  It is one of the least understood of the Esoteric Arts, and its rich and sometimes arcane symbolism is simultaneously confusing and yet suddenly transparent to the serious Initiate. 885 more words

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Author Deborah Harkness Makes an Impression: Fantastic Books, Great Messages, AND She's Straight up Lovely.

Recently I went to see one of my favorite authors speak. She is that because she has written what I do believe are my favorite fiction books of all time. 747 more words

Love Letters

Books #57-59: A Paranormal Romance for the Intellectual

The “All Souls” trilogy by Deborah Harkness is a vampire-witch love story intended for grown-ups with brains.  Whereas young adult vampire stories contain lots of teenage angst and nearly always a love triangle, this series features an overly protective vampire scientist who falls in love with an extremely independent witch historian.  340 more words

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Blood Games:The Blog Tour

Welcome to the next stop on the Blood Games blog tour written by Chloe Neill. I was beyond excited when I received a copy of the 10th book in the CLV series! 966 more words


Two Reviews at the Price of One Post!!

Hi All!!

I’ve been getting through some books at a quick pace as of late. And now that I am connected to the Internet again post-move I can finally post about them! 327 more words

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