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Twelve Kings | Bradley P Beaulieu | a review

Twelve Kings by Bradley P Beaulieu is the first book in a six book epic fantasy series set in the great city of Sharakai, deep in the heart of an oppressive desert landscape.  1,076 more words

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Behrg Reviews "The Gunslinger" by Stephen King

Start throwing your stones now, Constant Readers, but despite my immense love of King and his works I have never read the Dark Tower Series. The Gunslinger I’ve read a few times LONG ago, and I think I finished Drawing of the Three back then as well, but for whatever reason it didn’t take hold. 150 more words

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The Little Red Wolf: A Review

By Amélie Fléchais

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Genre: Children, Picture books, Fantasy, Fairy Tales

Pages: 80

ISBN: 9781941302453

*A special thanks to NetGalley for providing me with an ARC of this book in exchange for my honest opinion.* 670 more words

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Writers Gone Wild by Bell Peschel

Out running errands one day right after Little Dude was born, Hubby wanted to stop into Barnes and Noble and I was actually too tired to go in.  215 more words

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ARC Book Review: Keep Her Safe by K.A. Tucker

ashley | I started Keep Her Safe by K.A. Tucker the same way I start most books, a little hopeful but mostly cautiously optimistic. This was marketed as a romantic suspense, and the romance part made me a little hesitant. 351 more words

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Joe Cinque's Consolation

Content warning: death, mental illness, murder

I’ve been listening to the podcast “Chat 10 Looks 3” which is hosted by Leigh Sales and Annabel Crabb for a while now, and they are both enormous fans of Helen Garner. 845 more words

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Book review - Sue Perkins - "Spectacles" plus birthday (and other) book confessions #amreading #books

Here’s a review to prove I have actually been reading books from my TBR – you can see Sue Perkins’ book nestling next to the as-yet-unopened Bruce Springsteen autobiography. 893 more words

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