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The Old Man and the Sea by Ernest Hemingway

The Old Man and the Sea 

Author: Ernest Hemingway

Published: 1952

Date Read: 7th January 2017

Rating: ★★★✩✩ 1,446 more words

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[Les Miserables]: A Small Review

I am finally feeling more capable of writing a few thoughts about Les Miserables by Victor Hugo. I love this book. I am in awe of this book. 2,085 more words

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My Goals for 2018

It was three or four years ago now that I realized the power of setting goals for yourself as an adult. Before that I thought that was just an annoying thing you had to do for school assignments. 167 more words

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[THE CLASSICS CLUB] To Be Read at Dusk by Charles Dickens

Victorian ghost stories on a chilly Yuletide eve are the literary equivalent to a plate of mince pies and a steamy mug of spiced mulled wine; in that you can technically indulge in them out of season, but they somehow, magically, come into their own once the Christmas tree is up and there’s fairy lights and gaudy tinsel all around the living room. 1,225 more words

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Not in the Mood for Ramona

I apologize in advance for this review. The book was not what I expected, and if I had read the summary a little more closely, I would not have picked it up at this point in time.  511 more words

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Book Goals 2018!

Hi everyone! I am a bit late on this 2018 Goal List. But I am super excited for 2018 and all the great books I want to read! 448 more words

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The Rainbow and the Rose

As many of you know from my past blog posts, I love the stories of Nevil Shute. He describes things beautifully and doesn’t hurry through the telling. 441 more words

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