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Personal Essay: Averting the Apocalypse, Quietly

Logan Goldberg, BFR Staff

The Academy Award for Best Picture — arguably one of the most monetarily valuable honors given anywhere in the world, a fact which is itself absurd — was recently bestowed upon the wrong film. 1,440 more words

Staff Literary Blog

A Song & A Book #19

Today’s Song Is;

Life had broken my heart, my spirit
And then you crossed my path
You quelled my fears, you made me laugh
Then you covered my heart in kisses…
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A Song & A Book

Review: Eye of the Needle by Ken Follett (1978)

My Rating: 5 stars                                          Read: 3/12/2017

Lists:  Best Thriller List

Challenges:

  • Lifetime Challenge
  • Cloak & Dagger Challenge
  • The Milanof-Schock Library 2017 Challenge

Blurb:

One enemy spy knows the secret to the Allies’ greatest deception, a brilliant aristocrat and ruthless assassin — code name: “The Needle” — who holds the key to ultimate Nazi victory. 551 more words

Review

Down The TBR Hole #2

Where have the last two weeks gone? I’m getting a little concerned about how quickly time seems to be passing at this point. I might actually have fallen down my tbr hole and only just managed to claw my way back out. 1,240 more words

Misc

BTT - A Book With A Strong Female MC

All right, this is my first time doing Book Traveling Thursdays! The weekly meme is hosted here and basically talk about the original cover plus the cover from your country (if there is one) and your favourite covers and your least favourite covers. 562 more words

Ken Follett

Edge of Eternity

Edge of Eternity

Ken Follett

“George shrugged and said no more. Nowadays he avoided discussions with outsiders. They usually had easy answers: send all the Mexicans home, put Hells Angels in the army, castrate the queers. 864 more words

Book Blog

Book Review - World Without End

Finally completed the 1256 page historical novel by Ken Follett! No doubt the most intimidating book on my shelf, it took me quite a while to convince myself to start it. 1,193 more words

Book Review