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Review: Dark Harbor by Stuart Woods

Dark Harbor
by Stuart Woods

Copyright: 2006

Pages: 374

Read: Sept. 4 – 6, 2018

Rating: 4/5

Source: Grandmother

Blurb: Stone Barrington hasn’t heard from his cousin Dick Stone in years. 249 more words

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Undercover Reporting and the Disturbing History of For-Profit Prisons in America

Book review: American Prison, by Shane Bauer

The United States imprisons a higher portion of its population than any country in the world. In 2017 we had 2.2 million people in prisons and jails, a 500 percent increase over the last forty years.

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Audiobook/Book Review: Holes by Louis Sacher

Holes by Louis Sacher

My Rating: 💙💙💙 (Liked It)

Format: Audiobook

Publisher: Not sure as doesn’t say on audiobook details

Narrator: Kerry Beyer

Genres: Children’s Fiction… 376 more words

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Animals, Inc. - Book Review

Title – Animals, Inc.

Authors – Kenneth Tucker and Vandana Allman

Genre – Fiction, Business/Management

“When was the last time you took a course to make yourself more marketable, and found yourself wondering just what in the world you were doing?”  774 more words

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LIKE WATER FOR CHOCOLATE by Laura Esquivel | Review

“The number one bestseller in Mexico and America for almost two years, and subsequently a bestseller around the world, “Like Water For Chocolate” is a romantic, poignant tale, touched with moments of magic, graphic earthiness, bittersweet wit – and recipes.

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The Tower of Living and Dying by Anna Smith Spark - Review

Published: August 7, 2018

Publisher: Orbit 

Series: Empires of Dust #2

Genre: Fantasy

Pages: 480 (Paperback)

My Rating: 3.0/5.0

Synopsis:

Marith has been a sellsword, a prince, a murderer, a demon, and dead. 624 more words

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My #BookReview of the fascinating feminist take on time travel: THE PSYCHOLOGY OF TIME TRAVEL by Kate Mascarenhas @KateMascarenhas

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1967: Four female scientists invent a time-travel machine. They are on the cusp of fame: the pioneers who opened the world to new possibilities. 479 more words

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