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Book Review: An Intepretive Lexicon of NT Greek

Beale, G. K., Daniel J. Brendsel, and William A. Ross. An Interpretive Lexicon of New Testament Greek: Analysis of Prepositions, Adverbs, Particles, Relative Pronouns, and Conjunctions… 791 more words

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[Literary Review] Kiera Cass - The Elite

The literary review will be absolutely partial since the Selection trilogy is on of my favorite Guilty Pleasures. It’s not on my top for being a masterpiece of literary metaphors and deep connections… No. 236 more words


[Literary Review] Kiera Cass - The Elite

Esta opinião literária será parcial porque a trilogia da Selecção é um dos meus “guilty pleasures”. Não se destaca nas minhas preferências por ser uma obra prima, pelo seu engenho de metáforas e alegorias.. 234 more words


Review: Coffee Date, by K. Lynn (Rating: 4/5)

Just a quick review of Coffee Date, by K. Lynn (Less Than Three Press, July 1, 2015). It’s a short story of about 40 pages, and follows a trans woman named Alice as she struggles to tell her new boyfriend the truth about her body and her transition. 241 more words

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Book Review: A Clash of Kings by George RR Martin

A Clash of Kings by George RR Martin

My thoughts are swirling after reading this book. On the slim chance you don’t know already, this is the second book in the… 753 more words


Rules of Civility (Recommended)

Rules of Civility by Amor Towles

Ambitious doll in swanky 1930s NYC. Terrific writing . Gin-soaked truths.

The Emperor's Children by Claire Messud

If the emperor has no clothes, what will his children wear?

In The Emperor’s Children by Claire Messud, Marina Thwaite is working on a book. She hopes it will make her reputation, make her a journalist/social critic  like her father the successful Murray Thwaite. 731 more words

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