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My review of the book that pulled me out of a 6 month reading slump...

Fredrik Bachman does it again with a follow up to Beartown. I've given up trying to wipe the tears away and now I just sitting here letting it flow.
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Another solid win for Andy Weir...

In conclusion, this isn’t another shot at The Martian, so if you’re going to read it, go in without that expectation. You’ll definitely enjoy it more. Also, listen to the audiobook if you can, it’s 100% worth it. 
Audiobook Review: Artemis
Audiobook Review: Artemis
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Well that was a lot different than what I was expecting...

I'm actually a little disappointed in the book. It was accused of having too much "feelings", but I found it too impersonal. The stories I enjoyed most were the ones of the people who described their own experiences, instead of the plans of the countries…
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A short review for an epic read.

There's just something about Stephen (and I guess Owen) King's writing that I love. I know a lot of people will say that this book dragged on too long and there was a lot of pointlessness in it, but I truly loved every single bit of it. Even the seemingly…
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My review of a slightly overhyped, but generally an okay read.

I have to admit, I'm a bit disappointed in this book. Maybe it's because I read the reviews before reading the book, and they left me expecting more. Maybe I would have enjoyed it more if I didn't have the expectation of it being "the best book of the…
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That moment when you enjoy a m/m romance about 1000 times more than you thought you would...

That moment when you enjoy a m/m romance about 1000 times more than you ever thought you would…
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My review of my favorite author's undercover books.

There was a lot going on in this book, and we learned a lot more about Robin and Strike than the trickles of information from the previous books. Their relationship shifted slightly and we finally had acknowledgement of the sexual tension between them,…
Book Review: Career of Evil
Book Review: Career of Evil
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My review of The Orphan's Tale by Pam Jenoff

I've read enough WWII stories to get a feel for the era, and it seems to me that all the death and despair was interspersed with hope and life. People just trying to live and find happiness... yet so scared to grasp it because everything was so fragile.
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I feel kind of sad saying goodbye to Lady Trent... I've grown quite fond of her.

I feel kind of sad saying goodbye to Lady Trent... I've grown quite fond of her. She was a kick-ass woman who refused to accept the sexism of her time and worked relentlessly to pursue her passion and fight for her rights. By all accounts she's pretty…
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It's always difficult to review a book you really loved. Here's my attempt...

I honestly can't say enough good things about this book. It has been literally years since a book has had me laughing out loud like this one has! Even when I was crying, I was still laughing.
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