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Who Fears Death by Nnedi Okorafor

I really liked this book.

Nnedi Okorafor’s fantasy epic Who Fears Death is something of a cross between Ursula K. LeGuin and Octavia Butler if both had grown up in Africa. 714 more words

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Star Wars Episode 2... What Could Have Been

Okay I’m not going to lie, Episode 2 was a major letdown. However, what made it even worse was when this fan-made trailer came out… 206 more words

Fantasy

(Review) THE EIGHTH by Stephanie Wytovich

“Paimon scanned the roads, looking for any hint of light, but the swathe of black that painted the night remained solid. Even the stars seemed to have dimmed, casting haze through the trees that bled out onto the forest floor like smoke.” 795 more words

A Counselor's Toughest Job

Her eyes still fixed on the computer screen, Barb frowned and reached for the jangling phone. She had to leave for her meeting in half an hour and this was the third phone call. 318 more words

Reflections

Lillian Boxfish Takes a Walk (★★★★★)

Kathleen Rooney   *   St. Martin’s Press   *   January 17, 2017   *   304 Pages

Advanced Reader Copy provided by publisher through Net Galley.

It’s 1984, and eighty-five-year old Lillian has decided she wants to celebrate New Year’s Eve with a dinner–alone–at her favorite neighborhood restaurant. 316 more words

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Review: The Storyteller by Jodi Picoult

“History isn’t about dates and places and wars. It’s about the people who fill the spaces between them.”

Dear readers, I’m back again to deliver a short review of…

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Fiction

Death at the Atlantic - by NATALIE WYATT

Death at the Atlantic

Natalie Wyatt

It was already 1:30pm and she was late, as usual. Phil hated people being late, it showed a lack of respect in his opinion. 2,106 more words

FICTION