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The Black Tower & Long Ago In France

I read an article recently mentioning M.F.K Fisher and decided to check one of her books out of my library.  Mrs. Fisher is an accomplished food writer, who lived through WWI and WWII.   200 more words

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Ernest Cline’s second published novel isn’t a sequel to the critically acclaimed Ready Player One in any conventional sense, but it does share more than a few similarities. 668 more words

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FROM PARADISE…TO PREGNANT by Kandy Shepherd is warm, sweet and emotionally touching. The romance between the hero and heroine gives this beautiful story a touch of zest and sizzle. 243 more words


C.H.E.R.U.B. The Sleepwalker by Robert Muchamore

C.H.E.R.U.B. The Sleepwalker by Robert Muchamore

Back again for another book review, and trust me when I say that this one is a good one. 770 more words

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People of the Books: Awakened to a Calling ed. by Ann M. Svennungsen and Melissa Wiginton

Happy Friday, Reader!  My apologies that I didn’t warn you of my absence last week; on short notice, I had the opportunity to go visit a seminary on the north side of… 986 more words


Review: Alice's Adventures

Today, I would like to review two of the most important books I’ve read so far. They’re that important to me that I read them in German, English and French, primarily to get the original wording but also to grasp the different interpretations of the translators. 586 more words

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#BookReview - MONSTER by Kayti Nika Raet

YA Dystopia

Published July 18, 2015

Don’t Get Killed

In MONSTER, Kayti Nika Raet does it again, bringing the fierce and amazing with her fourth installment of The Outsider Chronicles. 350 more words

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