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Men Without Women by Haruki Murakami

Three words to describe it >> Realistic. Mysterious. Beautiful.

One word to summarize this read >> GOODNESS!

Men Without Women was my first Murakami read (yes, I know!

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Summer TBR

Hi, bookworms!

We’re well into spring now and heading toward warmer, sunnier weather.  I personally am SO looking forward to summer: leaving your windows open, enjoying longer days, exploring new places… and of course,  1,209 more words

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May Reading List

Warning: this month’s list is shorter than usual!

I, Coriander by Sally Gardner

Yes, this is a children’s book. I am not above reading children’s literature, and try to read one every month. 327 more words

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My Blog's Name in Books (an off-kilter book 'n tea post based on a challenge).

Kudos to fictionophile for something weird to get my creativity muscles a flexing, and remind me of the thousand or so books that still need reading. 345 more words

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Siege and Storm

Siege and Storm

by Leigh Bardugo

Darkness never dies.

Hunted across the True Sea, haunted by the lives she took on the Fold, Alina must try to make a life with Mal in an unfamiliar land. 1,048 more words

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My Realistic 2018 Reading List

In a few days, it’ll be half-way through 2018 already and I’ve yet to finish one of the many books I’ve promised to read this year. 802 more words

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Grade 12 Academic Book List (Novels)

Grade Twelve Academic / University Level students…

are often reading at or above grade level… 60 more words

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