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[First Impression] The Madman's Daughter by Megan Shepherd

Hey guys! So today I have a bit of a re-read for you all.

As I was trying to figure out what to review next I realized there were quite a few books I’d read previously that I wanted to talk about. 654 more words

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Front Lines (Soldier Girl #1)

In 1942, the Nazis, the greatest fighting force mankind has ever seen, sweep through Europe and North Africa, seeking no less than world domination. But this time, women face them alongside men. 593 more words

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Review: The Dark Day's Club

The Dark Day’s Club  by: Alison Goodman

My Rating: 4 of 5 stars

New York Times bestseller Alison Goodman’s eagerly awaited new project — a Regency adventure starring a stylish and intrepid demon-hunter! 1,361 more words

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The Dust of a 100 Dogs by A.S. King Book Review

Rating: 4.5/5 stars
Publisher: Flux
Published: February 8, 2009

How would you feel if you knew that in another lifetime you were a most wanted pirate woman, kicking ass all over the Caribbean. 357 more words

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How to be a Great Guest Blogger by author @RonovanWrites!

When Hugh offered to host a day during my first ever Book Tour for the soon to be released Amber Wake-Gabriel Falling he said to write what I liked, or words something like that. 1,923 more words

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THE ISLAND HOUSE ...by Posie Graeme-Evans (2012)

SCOTTISH ISLAND FICTION

I adore Scottish Island fiction and I was fortunate to find this novel at my local library. This is a dual-timeline story where both narratives center around a Scottish Island called Findnar (a fictional island) In the modern tale, the reader is introduced to young grad student named Freya Dane, who has just inherited an Island from her recently-deceased archeologist father. 206 more words

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The Mapmaker's Children by: Sarah McCoy

About The Mapmaker’s Children- from Penguinrandomhouse.com

From the New York Times bestselling author of The Baker’s Daughter, a story of family, love, and courage

When Sarah Brown, daughter of abolitionist John Brown, realizes that her artistic talents may be able to help save the lives of slaves fleeing north, she becomes one of the Underground Railroad’s leading mapmakers, taking her cues from the slave code quilts and hiding her maps within her paintings. 284 more words

Historical Fiction