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Tower Tavern

Tower Tavern

32 River Dr., Westville, NJ 08093
Hours: Mon-Sat: 10 AM – 2 AM, Sun: 12 PM – 12 AM

Brace yourselves, divers – we’re about to enter depths rarely explored by the average bottom feeder.  460 more words


Guest Review: Escape by Inna Hardison

Title: Escape (Alliance #1)
Author: Inna Hardison
Genre: Young Adult
Reviewed by: Twisted Book Curmudgeon


Book One of the Alliance Series.

What if everything you knew about the world around you was a lie, and the very people you were taught to fear were your salvation, your escape? 470 more words

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#USofBooks~Guest Review United States of Books ~ Nevada ~ Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas

Review by Wattle @ Whimsical Nature

Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas by Hunter S. Thompson, Narrated by Ron McLarty

Rating: 2/5

Synopsis: In Las Vegas to cover a motorcycle race, Raoul Duke (Thompson) and his attorney Dr. 413 more words

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Casting Call: Bloggers wanted for 'The Decades Blogathon' (2016)

Greetings everyone! Guess what time of year it is? That’s right! Christmas 2.0! Or, better known as the time of year where me and Mark start inviting our esteemed bloggers from around the world to participate once again in the Decades Blogathon, a 10(ish) day event in which we take a look at films from different decades. 437 more words


Fear the Reaper - Tom Lloyd

Fear the Reaper – Tom Lloyd
UK Publisher -Kristell Ink
Pages – 107
Date Released – December 16th 2015
Lowest Price – Amazon £3.99
Format – Paperback… 801 more words

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Doctor Strange Filming Ends, Benedict goes Shopping, and Mads Needs Eye Drops

Over the weekend, production wrapped on the upcoming Marvel film Doctor Strange, and star Benedict Cumberbatch decided to visit JHU Comic Books in New York City in full Doctor Strange costume. 101 more words

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#USofBooks~Guest Review United States of Books ~ Oklahoma ~ The Grapes of Wrath


(From Goodreads.com)

First published in 1939, Steinbeck’s Pulitzer Prize winning epic of the Great Depression chronicles the Dust Bowl migration of the 1930s and tells the story of one Oklahoma farm family, the Joads, driven from their homestead and forced to travel west to the promised land of California. 875 more words

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