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Attachments by Rainbow Rowell

This book had the potential to be good. It had the potential to be better than good. It was neither.

Attachments is set at the turn of the 20th century when Internet was just getting popular, and Y2K was the original end of the world. 354 more words

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It's Not Me It's You-Review

It’s Not Me It’s You-Mhairi McFarlane

Rating: 3 stars

The struggle to find good chic lit is real.

This is the story of Delia Moss, who suffers a disastrous proposal (it is never great when you find out your new fiancé is cheating on you), runs off to London, finds a job in a shifty PR firm, gets blackmailed by a not-all-he-seems investigative journalist and trys to come to terms with the behaviour of her ex-fiancé. 387 more words

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William Faulkner, 'As I Lay Dying'

The Bundrens journey with a coffin across the provincial American plain: the corpse of the onced loved mother and wife rots and decays alongside revelations of family secrets, pain, and despair. 402 more words

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A shadow at the Italian seaside

Do zombies scare you? Or werewolves or vampires or robots gone wild? Me, I find the silent psychos the most scary. They could be anywhere. 356 more words

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LA Review of Books Raves about TBOTUM

From the front page of the L.A. Review of Books:

“In 2015, Elison’s novel won the Philip K. Dick Award, in part because it offers an equally compelling — although markedly different — re-imagination of gender and sexual roles.

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Moonlight At Butternut Lake by Mary McNear

The final book in the Butternut trilogy.  The past two days I have reviewed Up At Butternut Lake and Butternut Summer.  This final installment of the series is an excellent completion that left me wanting more time at Butternut Lake.  363 more words


The Blow Off - Mickey J. Corrigan

I received a copy of this book for a blog tour by Chick Lit Plus.

This is the second book I have read by Mickey J.Corrigan and I have to say she definitely has a great writing style. 578 more words

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