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Book Review: Walk on Earth a Stranger by Rae Carson

Published September 2015 by Greenwillow Books


When I picked this book up, I didn’t really know what I was going to get. As I’ve mentioned before, pioneer books were my favorite genre as a kid, so the premise of this book caught my eye. 434 more words

AWRW Book Review: Olivia, Mourning, (Olivia Book 1), by Author Yael Politis

Newly orphaned and forced to live with her brother and the overbearing woman who will soon be his wife, Olivia Killion is determined to gain her independence by inheriting 80 acres of farmland in far off Michigan. 1,034 more words

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My Cousin Rachel

My Cousin Rachel by Daphne Du Maurier.

Post by Jenni.

Deliciously suspenseful and ambiguous, this is a fabulous exercise in uncertainty, employing the unreliable narrator as a tool for our doubts. 303 more words

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Book Review: The Knight's Bride by Tracie Peterson, Dianne Christener, Pamela Griffin, Yvonne Lehman, and Jill Stengl

Rating: 🌟🌟🌟/🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟

Blurb from Amazon: Take six romantic adventures back in time to the Middle Ages along with five authors including Tracie Peterson, who tell the stories of couples challenged by the injustices of their times. 200 more words

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Coffee vs. Tea: Dual book review! The Teahouse Fire by Ellis Avery vs. The Various Flavors of Coffee by Anthony Capella

Coffee and Tea

Oh how I love thee

Ok, maybe I’m not a very good poet. I’ll stick to reading. And what better with a good book than a cup of something delicious and warm? 565 more words

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The Secret Son by Jenny Ackland

* I received a copy of this to review from the publisher*

Title: The Secret Son
Author: Jenny Ackland
Publisher: Allen & Unwin
Category: Fiction/Historical Fiction… 741 more words


Review: Azincourt by Bernard Cornwell

                                                          Azincourt                                                                                                          by Bernard Cornwell

 Historical Fiction | 453 Pages | Published by HarperCollins in 2008


The 25th October marks the 600th anniversary of the battle of Agincourt, and what better way to remember the occasion than to read a highly evocative and remarkably convincing novel based on the battle itself. 607 more words