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Book Review - The Snow Child by Eowyn Ivey

There’s a phenomenon in the field of letters that I call “the 75 per center.” I use this expression to describe books that engrossed me for three quarters of the way through. 591 more words

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Finally a fictional experience of motherhood I can relate to in Bishop's The Other Side of the World


Charlotte and Henry married, and had a child, then another. Charlotte is run down by the monotony of motherhood and Henry by the English weather as opposed to childhood memories of India. 411 more words

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A wild, weird but well-told world in Eowyn Ivey's To the Bright Edge of the World


Young, quiet and curious Sophie has just married the older, serious and thoughtful Lieutenant Colonel Allen Forrester who is charged with exploring the wild, dangerous and uncharted Wolverine River in Alaska. 353 more words

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HOW THE WEST WAS WON AND LOST : NEW HISTORICAL FICTION AT THE FIELD

Two new books of historical fiction that just arrived this week take different and intriguing looks at the turn of the century in western America, the costs of conquest and the struggles to create the American dream. 374 more words

Group Read Number 4

The Reader development Team are thrilled that the fourth group read has been selected by one of our members.

Charlotte would like us to read… 220 more words

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Review: The Snow Child by Eowyn Ivey

Another Pinterest recommendation, found on the same blog where I found my last book, When She Woke by Hilary Jordan (read the review here). 219 more words

Tags: The Harry Potter Book Tag

Hi everyone! I hope you’re having a great week, or at least just about getting through it. Today’s post is another book tag (hooray! you all cheer). 1,187 more words

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