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Review: The Lost and Found

Title: The Lost and Found
Author: E. L. Irwin
Format: E-book
Note: I was given an ARC of this ebook in order to provide an honest review. 995 more words

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Lentil Underground

Ellen Messer
Tufts University

Carlisle, Liz. Lentil Underground. Renegade Farmers and the Future of Food in America. NY: Gotham Books, 2015.

Lentil Underground is a book that many of us have been waiting for: a readable, journalistic rather than staid academic account of U.S. 1,623 more words

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Black Widow Forever Red by Margaret Stohl Review

Black Widow Forever Red by Margaret Stohl

  • Published: October 13th 2015
  • Rating: ★★★ 3/5
  • Genres: Young Adult, Fantasy, Superhereos
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Book Review: Paulina & Fran


I’ve been reading this book for awhile now and I decided that no matter what, I was going to finish it today. Mostly because my “To Read” list is growing exponentially, my anticipation to read these new titles helped me get through this one. 400 more words

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The Truth - Book Review

Plot:

When Chris wakes up in a dark basement tied to a chair, he knows that he’s trapped-and why. Eight nights ago a burglar broke into Chris’s home. 268 more words

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Michael Kardos Asks Us To Believe In 'Before He Finds Her'

It was the truths that made the people grotesques. The old man had quite an elaborate theory concerning the matter. It was his notion that the moment one of the people took one of the truths to himself, called it his truth, and tried to live his life by it, he became a grotesque and the truth he embraced became a falsehood.

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Book review: A Perfectly Good Family by Lionel Shriver

The book:

A Perfectly Good Family by Lionel Shriver
Published in 1996
Pages: 416
My version: Kindle


The blurb:

After having escaped for years to London, Corlis McCrea returns to the grand Reconstruction mansion where she grew up in North Carolina, now willed to the three grown children following the death of their parents.

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