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MiniReview//Primates of Park Avenue
Primates of Park Avenue by Wednesday Martin Goodreads | Amazon Published by Simon & Schuster June 2, 2015 256 Pages Source: Library Like an urban Dian Fossey, Wednesday Martin decodes the primate social behaviors of Upper East Side mothers in a brilliantly ...

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MiniReview: Queen of the Tearling
The Queen of the Tearling by Erika Johansen Amazon | Goodreads Published by Harper July 8, 2014 448 Pages Source: Library  An untested young princess must claim her throne, learn to become a queen, and combat a malevolent sorceress in an epic battle between...

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On Elegance & Other Notes
It's been twenty days since I posted, 20. That number is a little boggling. I haven't been active on Twitter. I haven't even read fifty books yet this year. This makes me feel a bit like a failure in terms of the blogosphere. Alas, I can't change the past y...

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What I'm Reading
NEWS FLASH, just in! I don't just read books gasp.  You can probably guess that like a lot of people I read a combination of my different forms and mediums. Let me run you through an example, like this week. Books- I do read them This week I finished The ...

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Room by Book//The Girl at Midnight
Carpenter Coffee Table from George Nakashima by Miriam Carpenter Local Branch Library Cart (Grey) from The Land of Nod Dillard Bookcase from Paul Michael Company Sussy Wall Clock from Fab by NoDa Design Studio The Girl at Midnight by Melissa Gray (book cover)

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Review: The Girl at Midnight
The Girl at Midnight by Melissa Grey Goodreads | Amazon Published by Delacorte Press April 28, 2015 357 Pages Source: Library Bookologists Analysis: Wings meet dragons plus a hint of teenage people. Another steady YA fantasy that is easy to get through. Ben...

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Summer Review//The Absolutely True Diary of a Part Time Inidan
This is a continuation of my Summer Review series where I explore my relationship with assigned reading. 

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Summer Review//The Lord of the Flies
I wanted to revive my old series of summer reviews. These are posts are about required reading I did over the summer. That said there is no summary or star rating of the book. However, these posts are more focused on my relationship with the book.

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August Round-Up
Well, fall is in the air (though it doesn't officially start till the 21st does it?). I just finished high school orientation, which is every bit intimidating as it sounds. I'll catch the wisps of freedom as the impending start day of school comes. Yet, I s...

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Room by Book//The Mind's Eye
Heller Studio Bocca Sofa from All Modern Self Portrait 2000 by Chuck Close Limited Edition Print from Art Brokerage Moresque Table and Ceiling Lamp by Alessandro Zambelli and Saleb from Do Shop Fan Table Black Birch from Tom Dixon The Mind's Eye by Oliver S...
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