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Book Review: Felicity at The Cross Hotel



About the book: 

A quaint hotel in the Lake District. The Cross Hotel is the perfect getaway. 559 more words


Book Review: The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman

Publisher: Bloomsbury
Release date: September 30th 2008
Genres: Fantasy, YA, Children’s, Horror
Pages: 289
Rating: ★★★★★ (4.50)
Goodreads rating:  4.11
Goodreads summary:

Nobody Owens, known to his friends as Bod, is a normal boy.

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Just a Few Lies- Book Review

Title: Just a Few Lies

Author: Sandeep Sharma

Genre: Romantic Thriller

Publisher: Author Paradise Publishers

Publication Date: 25 May, 2017

The book revolves around the life of an author named Anant who is a well renowned writer and enjoying his fame. 211 more words


"Golden Hill" by Francis Spufford (Review)

{ my rating: ★★★★ }

Golden Hill is as historical as historical novels can get. Full of claustrophobic streets, docks overflowing with stomping feet, a dozen different kinds of crinkled money, and old fashioned businessmen and bankers with powdered wigs, it is the definitive frenzied panorama of New York, and a new world, in the making. 614 more words

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Black Widow: Forever Red by Margaret Stohl

Goodreads Blurb

Natasha Romanoff is one of the world’s most lethal assassins. Trained from a young age in the arts of death and deception, Natasha was given the title of Black Widow by Ivan Somodorov, her brutal teacher at the Red Room, Moscow’s infamous academy for operatives. 675 more words

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Wintersong by: S-Jae Jones


All her life, nineteen-year-old Liesl has heard tales of the beautiful, mysterious Goblin King. He is the Lord of Mischief, the Ruler Underground, and the muse around which her music is composed. 645 more words


Review: Gwendy's Button Box by Stephen King and Richard Chizmar

Genre: Horror, Fantasy, Novella
Pages: 175 (seems much shorter)
Series: None
Release date: May 16, 2017
Publisher: Cemetery Dance Publications

Gwendy’s Button Box is set in Castle Rock, Maine, which from what I’ve heard is a very significant place for readers of Stephen King. 382 more words