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Your New Summer Reading List

I’ve always loved reading in general, but there is just something about summer and sitting down with a good book. Even as a kid, I was always so pumped to join the summer reading challenge at the library. 967 more words

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I am generating a list of suggestions for young adult readers based on interests and categories to make it simple for followers to find a new book to read. 329 more words

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Comic Book Review: "Adventures From My World" By: Julie Averbach

This is my very first comic book review. I received this special comic book in the mail yesterday and I can’t but smile as I write about it today. 349 more words

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Book Review: The Fathomless Caves, by Kate Forsythe (2002). Book 6 in the Witches of Eileanan series. 


The Fathomless Caves is the final novel in the Witches of Eileanan saga, and deals with the final battle with the Fairgean. Thanks to Jorge the Seer, Isabeau and her counterparts are aware of a colossal tragedy about to occur in the form of a tidal wave. 242 more words

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Book Review: The Skull of the World, by Kate Forsythe (2001). Book 5 in the Witches of Eileanan series.

Isabeau remains with her sisters people, the Khan’cohbans, after helping Maya escape and giving her back her daughter Bronwyn. She is in exile due to the misunderstanding of her actions and Lachlan being unbending in his wrath. 145 more words

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Book Review: The Forbidden Land, by Kate Forsythe (2001). Book 4 in the witches of Eileanan series.


With Eileanan trying to recover from war and Lachlan now ruling the lands, it is time for more evil to be cleansed from the lands and the rightful rulers put back into their seats. 171 more words

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Book Review: The Cursed Towers, by Kate Forsythe (1999). Book 3 of the Witches of Eileanan series.


The Cursed Towers is another fantastic episode in the Witches of Eileanan series and although the Rebels have won the first battle, there are still more to be won. 191 more words

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