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Jo Kay
Words. The stranger, the better to go beyond them.
Words. The stranger, the better to go beyond them.
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Beyond series by Kit Rocha
Note : The book series reviewed contains themes only
appropriate for those over the age of 18. Those of
you who follow me on Goodreads may have noticed that I burned through the 13
books (well 3 of those are short stories and 3 novellas, but still) of this

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MacRieve (Immortals after Dark #14) by Kresley Cole
Note : The book reviewed contains themes only
appropriate for those over the age of 18. Uilleam MacRieve
appeared on the fringes of previous stories quite a lot and I felt like it was
high time to pick up his story. I had a
rather long break from reading th...

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The Silent Kookaburra by Liza Perrat
SUMMARY (from Goodreads ) : All eleven-year-old Tanya Randall wants is a happy family. But
Mum does nothing besides housework, Dad’s always down the pub and Nanna Purvis
moans at everyone except her dog. Then Shelley arrives – the miracle baby who
fuses the...

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The Summer Palace (Captive Prince short stories #2) by C. S. Pacat
The Summer Palace is a short story that serves as an epilogue to Kings Rising , with Damen and Laurent meeting
at the summer palace for a well-deserved respite from trying to consolidate
their positions and secure the future of their people. The story
of th...

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Labyrinth of Stone by TA Moore
SUMMARY (from Goodreads ) : Ten years ago the Black Rapture transported thousands of people,
seemingly at random, from Earth to the strange, inimical world they call the
Labyrinth. Will Teller was one of them. Surviving that meant joining an army
and becomi...

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Happy New Year!
Happy New Year, reading and otherwise, to all of you who stumble across my humble blog! I'm going to kick the new (reading) year off with Bout of Books 18.0 , as for the rest, I'm not making any plans or resolutions (reading-wise), so we shall see how it goes.

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2016 Reading
2016 Reading Keeping up with the principle from last year to keep hobbies just that: hobbies, I am not really challenging myself to anything, but this will be the place where I keep the records of my reading in 2016 together with rereads and things GR chall...

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Cat Diary: Her Majesty’s Last
Cat Diary was a weekly-turned-occasional feature about
adventures of my cat, appropriately nicknamed Her Majesty the Cat because she
was basically the real mistress de la casa. This year,
I was planning to do a yearly overview through her eyes, but, alas, i...

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Virtual Advent Tour 2016: Favourite Holiday Songs
I'm not
feeling the Christmas spirit all that much yet, perhaps for the lack of snow
(which sort of became the norm lately – a proof of the climate changing if you
ask me, because snow for Christmas used to be a given when I was a kid), but at
least it is c...

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The Chemist by Stephenie Meyer
worked for a secret government department, the protagonist of The Chemist lives on the run, hiding
from her previous employers who want to kill her for what she learned through
her work. The stakes of survival get raised higher than ever when her for...
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