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Review: "Fear Street Saga #1: The Betrayal" by R.L. Stine

Before we get to the review, I just want to throw in one little disclaimer about it being “a day late.” Shift work is really great as a secondary job for an author. 749 more words

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Review: The Planet Savers and The Waterfall by Marion Zimmer Bradley.

“Humans sometimes penetrated the lower forests in search of the Trailmen. It was one-way traffic. The Trailmen never came in search of them.”

The Planet Savers… 405 more words

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The Road by Cormac McCarthy

I have read few books as bleak and harrowing as The Road yet it still remains one of the best modern day novels and a worthy contender for a spot in this list of classics. 219 more words

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Review: The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald.

“There must have been moments even that afternoon when Daisy tumbled short of his dreams–not through her own fault but because of the colossal vitality of his illusion. 555 more words

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1984 (spoilers)

Sadly one of my most favorite books is one of the bleakest and yet I find it is one of the most well thought out narratives I have ever encountered. 539 more words

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Lack of relatable characters for young girls, says who?

I dove back into new books by old-favourite authors recently, in particular, Robin McKinley, Donna Jo Napoli, and Garth Nix. Nix FINALLY released the prequel to his… 625 more words


Review: Skylights by Luther M. Siler.

“Hundreds of yards above us, the Martian sky beckoned.”

Skylights by Luther M. Siler

If a multi-billionaire approached you and offered to whisk you away to Mars on a top-secret rescue mission, would you accept his offer? 772 more words

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