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#BookReview 'Madeleine's Kiss' by Pete Gilboy. Confession as artistic creation.

Hi all:

This is another one of the books I picked up in Net Galley based on the comments and the intriguing description.

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The Dogs is a gripping YA thriller with a touch of the paranormal!

The Dogs, by Allan Stratton (Sept. 2015, SourcebooksFire), $16.99, ISBN: 9781492609384

Recommended for ages 12+

“Mom and I have been on the run for years.  326 more words

Tween Reads

Pint-Sized Reviews: THE ANGER MERIDIAN by Kaylie Jones

THE ANGER MERIDIAN is filled with tension and a style that makes it impossible to put down. At the heart of Jones’ story is the relationship between Bibi, a judgmental, domineering, alcoholic mother who has grown accustomed to getting her own way and her daughter Merryn, the protagonist, who wants so badly to be validated and loved unconditionally by her mother. 211 more words

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Isn't It Good, Norwegian Wood

Isn’t It Good, Norwegian Wood by Chris Green

Rubber Soul is my favourite Beatles album. It is the album in which John Lennon raises his game. 4,519 more words

Short Story

Hausfrau by Jill Alexander Essbaum

source: free review copy courtesy of Library Thing
title: Hausfrau
author: Jill Alexander Essbaum
pages: 318
published: ARC March 24, 2015
first line: Anna was a good wife, mostly. 747 more words

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Book Report: The False Prince by Jennifer Nielsen

I enjoyed The False Prince. The setting and characters felt fully formed and dynamic. Since someone spoiled the big reveal for me early on, I was able to study how Nielsen went about dropping hints and obscuring information. 36 more words

Book Reports

Trust No One by Paul Cleave

Trust No One by Paul Cleave


Jerry Grey is a successful crime writer under the pen name of Harry Cutter. In the middle of writing his latest novel, Jerry is diagnosed with early onset Alzheimer’s. 337 more words

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