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Kelsey Peterson
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Leave a little sparkle wherever you go.
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Full Dark, No Stars by Stephen King
(Source: Kelsey Darling) I am jumping in with both feet into the world of Stephen King. I have read a few of his books already and know I enjoy his work. But now I am ready to take the full plunge. I have six of his books already, so I wrote down the titles...
Full Dark, No Stars by Stephen King
Full Dark, No Stars by Stephen King
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A Secret History of Witches by Louisa Morgan
A Secret History of Witches was a random buy that popped up on my Amazon suggested purchases. I had bought some other books about witches and witch trials (there will probably be a theme here) and this is the one that piqued my interest the most when they h...
A Secret History of Witches by Louisa Morgan
A Secret History of Witches by Louisa Morgan
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The World of All Souls: The Complete Guide to A Discovery of Witches, Shadow of Night, and The Book of Life by Deborah Harkness
I was so happy to return to the world of All Souls; I've dearly missed it since reading the trilogy earlier this year. Despite currently reading other books right now, I put them down and devoted my time to this one. (Source: Kelsey Darling) The World of Al...
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A Series of Unfortunate Events: Book the Tenth through Book the Thirteenth by Lemony Snicket
Well, the series is over. I'm still surprised at how much I enjoyed the series. Lemony Snicket really does a wonderful job at this series. And now, I can finally catch up on season two of the Netflix series! The Slippery Slope: Book the Tenth (Source: Kelse...
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A Series of Unfortunate Events: Book the Seventh through Book the Ninth by Lemony Snicket
I believe that these three books are where I really started to enjoy A Series of Unfortunate Event. In this little bundle, you learn more about FVD, they're definitely more mature than the previous six books, and the Quagmire's find safety-ish. The Vile Vil...
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A Series of Unfortunate Events: Book the Fourth through Book the Sixth by Lemony Snicket
So I really started enjoying the Unfortunate Events books around the fifth and sixth books, which is where the second season on Netflix picks up. I have a feeling it's because I haven't watched the episodes yet, so I have nothing to compare it to and my ima...
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A Series of Unfortunate Events: Book the First through Book the Third by Lemony Snicket
So unlike most people my age, I never read the Series of Unfortunate Events books. I saw the movie that came out in 2004, which led me to buying the first book, but I never finished it. I was still in my Harry Potter craze, and Unfortunate Events did not co...
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The Manson Women and Me: Monsters, Morality, and Murder by Nikki Meredith
Okay, I promise this will be my last serial killer book for a little bit. After recent events, I've needed something lighter. But that does not mean I didn't enjoy this book thoroughly. I have taken an interest in the people involved in the Manson murders, ...
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Misery by Stephen King
Stephen King definitely has a way of pulling the reader in. I've seen the film version of Misery ; it's one of my favorite movies. And yet, reading it was a completely new experience. (Source: Kelsey Darling) Misery tells the story of every authors worst ni...
Misery by Stephen King
Misery by Stephen King
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Lady Killers: Deadly Women Throughout History by Tori Telfer
So I have to make a confession: For as feminist as I am, when I think of a serial killer, or really any killer, I think of a man. I'm not the only one who thinks this, it's an extremely common belief. But after this book, I will not make that mistake ever  ...
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