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Review: The Geography of You and Me

Lucy lives with her parents on the 24th floor of an expensive New York apartment building and Owen lives in the basement of the same building with his maintenance man father.  333 more words


Friday Fiction - Meeting Sophie

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‘Hey, Jake my man, how’s it hanging?’

‘Good thanks, Lee. Can I have a, err coffee, please?’ 1,007 more words


Book Nook

This seems like the perfect book to start on this cold, rainy night. “A high-stakes mystery set in New Orleans voodoo society.” I hope it’s good!


The Adventures of Superhero Girl by Faith Erin Hicks

I was about ready to throw in the towel with the challenge-my library system doesn’t have 3 of the good looking graphic novels, a lot of the other books are very long and frankly, depressing looking.   300 more words

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“What good were the words?”: The Book Thief by Markus Zusak

With The Book Thief Zusak has achieved a rather charming novel which recounts the bittersweet struggle for humanity in provincial Nazi Germany.

It’s safe to say that Liesel Meminger, the novel’s dainty protagonist, isn’t granted the easiest of lives by its narrator. 1,037 more words


Chapter 10 - A Summer Orientation

The summer sun has hardly begun to peek over the horizon as she leaves her house. 4:30 in the morning is a ridiculous time to have to be social. 2,765 more words

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55 Classics Review #7 - The Giver by Lois Lowry

I expected to enjoy The Giver more than I did. Then I enjoy it more than I suspected I had.

Almost everyone else read this book in like 5th grade. 520 more words