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Ruby Red by Kerstin Gier

Ruby Red by Kerstin Gier opens as Gwyneth helps her cousin Charlotte get home after her first dizzy spell. The first sign of reaching the age and ability to time travel is feeling dizzy. 160 more words


My Review of Sana Krasikov's The Patriots

“I mourned now because when she had been alive I had not understood her. To the end she frustrated my understanding, defied it with her own silences, her suppressions and elisions.

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A Good American by Alex George

Well, that was different. A Good American is, at its heart, a story about a family who immigrates to America before World War I and how successive generations handle life, love, and what comes after. 598 more words

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Review: The Wicked City by Beatriz Williams

Title: The Wicked City
Author: Beatriz Williams
Pages: 384
Genre: Historical Fiction
Source: Free ARC from William Morrow

Rating: B… 464 more words


Murder (Mayhem #2) by Sarah Pinborough

Over a year has passed since the Jack the Ripper murders and Dr. Thomas Bond finds himself still trying to recover from the events. Though life in London continues on; Bond, as well as the other investigators on the case continue to grapple with the dark legacies left behind – those seen and unseen. 245 more words

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The Fiery Cross by Diana Gabaldon

The Fiery Cross is the fifth book in the Outlander series by Diana Gabaldon.

I have been reading this book for such a long time, like it’s just ridiculous. 744 more words

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Prehistory in fiction 

This is not a normal blog post. In fact it’s not a blog post at all but is instead a request. I am working on a large project gathering fiction and poetry titles for young people set in specific historical periods. 119 more words

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