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Captivity by György Spiró (a glorious first read of the year, although I am not yet finished)

Behold Captivity, a novel of a mere 832 pages, each one riveting me to the story of Uri and his companions who are on a mission traveling from Jerusalem to Rome. 317 more words

Translated Literature

BOOKISH VOWS, PROMISES & OPTIMISM

January 1st has no sooner  dawned than hordes of eager, hollow eyed bibliophiles a.k.a. book-nerds or read-a-holics, whatever you want to call us, are blearily tapping out their hopes, and dreams for 2017 onto their blogs. 366 more words

BOOK REVIEWS

Book review: Lost and Found by Brooke Davis

Can you find something you never realised you lost?

This is the key question in Brooke Davis’ debut novel, and book number three on my 2016 ‘to read’ list. 1,011 more words

Books

Interview with Uvi Poznansky

Today I am talking with Uvi Poznansky , author of The Music of Us and Dancing with Air. She has many interests and several books listed below, but what interested me was our common interest in connecting history into our stories. 875 more words

NOVUS: The Cresecren Chronicles Book 1 by @CrystalMarcos Won 2 Awards Plus a #Sale! #YA #IARTG

Title: NOVUS (The Cresecren Chronicles, Book 1)

Author: Crystal Marcos

Genre: Young Adult

NOVUS (The Cresecren Chronicles, Book 1) has recently received two book awards and a revamped cover! 1,036 more words