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Fiction and nonfiction reviews, as well as bookish news, places, sites, blogs, things and art.
Fiction and nonfiction reviews, as well as bookish news, places, sites, blogs, things and art.

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Review: Liars and Saints by Maile Meloy
Set in California, this novel follows four generations of the Catholic Santerre family from World War II to the present. In a family driven as much by jealousy and propriety as by love, an unspoken tradition of deceit is passed from generation to generation...

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The long hiatus
My friends, I haven't been posting in a very long time. My apologies for that. I don't know when I'll be back. I haven't been reading much lately because for over three months now I've been dealing with health issues in the family, and at the same time watc...

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Movie Trailer: The Fault In Our Stars
One of the first books I read and reviewed last year was The Fault In Our Stars by John Greene , and now, almost a year later, the first trailer for the upcoming movie has been released. Prepare your tissues, everybody.

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I hope you liked this book more than I did, although anybody who's finished it surpassed me as far as it's concerned.

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Review: A Prayer for Owen Meany by John Irving
This is the story of two boys bonded forever in childhood: the stunted Owen Meany, whose life is touched by God, and the orphaned Johnny Wheelwright, whose life is touched by Owen. From the accident that links them to the mystery that follows them – and the...

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Check out this book if you're looking for a fun read 

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Review: The Shambling Guide to New York City by Mur Lafferty
A travel writer takes a job with a shady publishing company in New York, only to find that she must write a guide to the city - for the undead! I've been a fan of Mur Lafferty's podcast, I Should Be Writing, for a while now, I've listened to her Marco and t...

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