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Review: History of Wolves by Emily Fridlund

A deeply unsettling coming-of-age story about an outsider’s need to belong that explores the murky space between innocence and willful ignorance.

Genre: Literary fiction / coming-of-age… 992 more words

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Books with Unreliable Narrators

So one of the challenges for the 2017 PopSugar Reading Challenge includes reading a book with an unreliable narrator. For some reason I couldn’t think of what that meant. 224 more words

Random Thoughts

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I really am doing just fine these days. The other week I went to the bank, the post office, and the grocery store, all without incident. 134 more words

Writing

'The Flight of the Falcon' by Daphne du Maurier

Armino Fabbio returns to his childhood home, Ruffano, where he is shocked to discover that his brother Aldo did not die during the war, as he had believed, but rather is engaged in preparing a public re-enactment of an infamous moment in the city of Ruffano’s history: the death of the sinister Duke Claudio. 172 more words

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'Cuckoo' by Julia Crouch

When Rose learns that her childhood friend is in crisis, she doesn’t hesitate to invite her into her idyllic home in the English countryside. However, when Polly arrives with her two young sons, Rose quickly begins to regret her generosity. 206 more words

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Painkiller - N.J. Fountain

Now I’m going to be honest, I received this book unsolicited and on reading the synopsis wasn’t really sure that I wanted to read about a woman in constant pain. 651 more words

Books I Have Read

Feelings of Confusion and Uncertainty: The Night Guest Book Review

Natalie Funston review The Night Guest by Fiona McFarlane.

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One morning Ruth wakes thinking a tiger has been in her seaside house. Later that day a formidable woman called Frida arrives, looking as if she’s blown in from the sea. 336 more words

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