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The Monsters of Templeton

Hello everyone! Hope you all are having wonderful summers, full of ice cream and beaches and movies (and hopefully not summer colds). And, of course, lots and lots of reading. 708 more words

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Fates and Furies

The selection of this book follows a rather predictable narrative in my life: I buy a bestselling book, put on my shelf because I’m in the middle of about five other books, and read the new one a year later. 390 more words

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Lauren Groff: Fates and Furies

*Potential for spoilers.

Rating: 3/5
Publisher: Windmill Books
Publication Date: July 7th 2016


Every story has two sides. Every relationship has two perspectives. And sometimes, it turns out, the key to a great marriage is not its truths but its secrets.

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Up Late with Fates and Furies by Lauren Groff--Win a Copy

If you’d like to win a gently used copy of this book, either comment below, or retweet or like our original twitter post by Saturday, June 2. 340 more words

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The Monsters of Templeton - Lauren Groff

[…] the more frightening the future is, the more complicated it seems to be, the more we steady ourselves with the past.

I came to Lauren Groff’s 

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Full of Gass #2: True Lies

Folks, if you’ve read any of this ridiculous and now vitiated weblog, you’ll have surely picked up on our steadfast and by-no-means-unique opinion that William H Gass… 746 more words



Do you believe in fate? Bashert is the Yiddish word for destiny, and since I was just visiting Great Grandma Ada and Hudson, I was the happy recipient of a certain cultural recap (or comeuppance). 676 more words

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