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The Rocheforts: Tour quotations

Author Christian Laborie

on Tour

April 6-15, 2015

with

The Rocheforts

(fiction / saga)

Release date: May 5, 2015 at Open Road Integrated Media

484 pages… 768 more words

Historical Fiction

#FridayReads - The Accidental Empress

The Accidental Empress
by Allison Pataki
Publish date: 2015
Genre: Historical Fiction, Bibliographical Fiction
Pages: 512

If you are looking for intrigue, excitement, plots & schemes, not to mention a historic backdrop to span centuries, there is no better family to look at than the Hapsburgs.  143 more words

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"The Morrow Family Saga"-1950: Hand Me Down World: Chapter One

The Morrows were of English descent, while the Venecheks were of Russian and Jewish descent. In fact Valeria and her sisters had been born in Russia. 1,017 more words

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More Historical Mystery: Guest Post from Carmen Stevens

Amber Foxx: Since I’ve been in historical mystery mode, I asked Carmen Stevens to share some background on how she came to write her novel, … 360 more words

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W.A.R.P. by Eoin Colfer

  

4 out of 5 stars.

Eoin Colfer finally strikes out into the world of young adult. The novels I know him for are all for junior-aged people, so these are a little different. 479 more words

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Review: The Twilight Gods by Hayden Thorne

Title: The Twilight Gods

Author: Hayden Thorne

Publisher: Queerteen Press/JMS Books

Pages/Word Count: 200 Pages

At a Glance: A beautiful story that absolutely must be read. 644 more words

5 Stars

1996: The Midwife's Apprentice (guide to surviving a medieval childbirth)

VERDICT: Treasure

Sally’s Rating: 3.5/5

Karen Cushman’s The Midwife’s Apprentice doesn’t shy away from the nitty-gritty details of day-to-day life in medieval times. When a homeless girl takes on the thankless task of being a midwife’s apprentice, she gains new knowledge and confidence of what she wants in life. 265 more words

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