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C.B. Burdette
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Review of An Abundance of Katherines
Ahhh, so this is what a John Green book in third person is like, eh? What the actual hell. I've always been SUCH a sucker for John Green books, gushing over the witty and not super girly girls like Margo and Alaska, and the somehow nerdily sexy guys full of...
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A review of The Paper Magician by Charlie Holmberg
Firstly I want to give a MAJOR thanks to the publishers for allowing me to view a copy of this phenomenal book via NetGalley. I always thank publishers at the beginning of a review when I've been fortunate enough to receive it in exchange for an honest revi...
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Review of A Grimm Legacy (1) by Janna Jennings
Disclaimer: I received this book via NetGalley and would like to thank the publishers for allowing me to read this book in return for an honest review. First things first, I think that this book had a great idea behind it. Like many others, I too grew up on...
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Review of a Season for Martyrs by Bina Shah
Many thanks to GoodReads and the publishers of A Season for Martyrs for granting me with a copy of this book. A
Season for Martyrs is a truly beautiful book. Personally, I grew up in
DC during 9/11 and had a dear friend pass on one of the planes. After
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Review for Gale Forman's 'If I Stay'
I loved this book. I really did. For some reason I felt as though this book was shorter than it really was. Maybe it's just because it was such a smooth book to read. I gave the book to my mom a couple years ago and stumbled upon it at her house and was lik...
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Review for 'The Way The Crow Flies' by Ann-Marie MacDonald
This is definitely an amazing book. Having grown up in the military life style, MacDonald did a wonderful job of giving the reader a true feeling of the family structure and sense of the community within the military. It actually made me slightly nostalgic ...
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Review of Hollow City (Miss Peregrine 2) by Ransom Riggs
As with the first, I really did love this book. For some reason I do feel as though the first one was better. Errr at least different. This book is just a different adventure. I feel like there was alot of running around and maybe a wee bit dragging out of ...
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Review of ScrewTape Letters by C.S. Lewis
After
reading 4 or 5 books back to back that were YA, I had the itch to get my
hands on something a little more mentally stimulating. That's not to
say that YA isn't fantastic, it is, especially given that it allows you
to escape into a different world....
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Review of SlaughterHouse Five by Kurt Vonnegut
Really a phenomenal read. Coming
across a classic that I hadn't read yet, I almost felt obligated to
read it. At first I wasn't sure what to expect, but once it got going,
it was easy to escape into. When it flipped into the story of the
book that was w...
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Review of Animal Farm by George Orwell
Probably one of the most brilliant books I've read. Though it's a short read (not at all a bad thing), it definitely packs a punch. While I wont waste time with spoilers, or give any little detail away, I will simply say that it will leave you thinking. Wel...
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