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March 2017 #BookOfTheMonth Delivery: Reviews Of Behind Her Eyes, All Grown Up and Perfect Little World

Book Of The Month is a subscription service that sends you one hardcover book per month out of five selections for a monthly subscription fee. You can add 2 more titles to your monthly delivery for $9.99 each, and the price overall is very cheap for full-size hardcovers. 2,981 more words

Book Review

Collective Child Cultivation

The adage “it takes a village” is taken to a new level in Perfect Little World by Kevin Wilson where ten sets of parents take part of an experiment to raise their children in a collective. 213 more words

Book Review

Perfect Little World by Kevin Wilson | Book Review

Let me get this out of the way: I LOVED this book. The story follows a young woman named Izzy, who has just graduated from high school. 229 more words


Boozy Books: Perfect Little World

Hiiiii readers! Welcome to this week’s (on time) edition of Boozy Books! This week’s recommendation is brought to you by copious amounts of free time and lots of procrastination. 500 more words

INTERVIEW: Whale Music - Origins Theatre Company (An Interview With Kevin Wilson)

Whale Music – Origins Theatre Company

An Interview With Kevin Wilson

It was a beautiful, bright day on the Isle of Wight. The sun was beaming down in the sky, the sea sparkled in its vast, serene nature, there was birdsong in the air and people happy everywhere! 1,961 more words

The Anon Writers

Perfect Little World

I don’t know why–because I’m certainly not good at remembering and acknowledging where I’ve read about a book–but sometimes when I’ve posted an enthusiastic review of some author’s first book, I’m a little surprised to find a second book by that author out in the bookstore, with no advance word or offer of a review copy from the publisher. 1,394 more words

Perfect Little World by Kevin Wilson

Having taken various psychology courses in my undergrad, I’ve always been a bit wary of anything that has to do with social experiments. There are so many instances where things can go wrong and it all just seems so risky. 428 more words