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May 2016 Mini-Reviews

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The Road by Cormac McCarthy

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After civilization has ended, a man and his son make a perilous journey south seeking safety from the dangers of the new world. 596 more words

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Book Review: Faithful by Alice Hoffman

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From the New York Times bestselling author of The Marriage of Opposites and The Dovekeepers comes a soul-searching story about a young woman struggling to redefine herself and the power of love, family, and fate. 485 more words

Books: The Marriage of Opposites by Alice Hoffman

I liked this book.  I have never read any novels by Alice Hoffman who is a prolific writer. Most of her 30+ books are aimed at a young adult audience and even though I read that genre, I somehow missed her.   511 more words

Alice Hoffman - Museum of Extraordinary Things (2014)

I’d heard of Alice Hoffman, author of The Dovekeepers, but never took the time to read anything she’d written. I fell in love with this book quite fast, and not only because it deals with some of my favourite subjects, (freakshows, immigrants living on the Lower East Side, The Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire), but because Alice Hoffman is an incredibly talented and beautiful writer. 158 more words

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2017 Rebecca Caudill Roundup: Nightbird by Alice Hoffman

Nightbird by Alice Hoffman is magical realism for middle graders at its finest.  Twig and her mother have moved from Brooklyn to small house her mother grew up in the small town of Sidwell, home of the notorious Sidwell Monster. 181 more words

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#Maydays Prompt - Books

“Books may well be the only true magic.”
― Alice Hoffman

For today’s #maydays prompt an easy one – books. May your post feature books. 61 more words

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Angel Landing by Alice Hoffman

Natalie is a social worker whose romance is going nowhere. Her boyfriend Carter is head of a group of activists, and although he’s lovely, he frequently gets too caught up in changing the world to have time for her. 258 more words

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