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Book Review: Old Bones by Preston & Child

The myth and folklore concerning the Donner Party, a group of settlers who left Missouri in 1846, are discussed in the book Old Bones by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child. They traveled the Oregon Trail in the direction of California. It is a good, clever mystery. made me want to research the Donner party’s history. […]

Book Review: A Court of Silver Flames by Sarah J. Maas

A Court of Silver Flames by Sarah J. Maas is the fifth and the most recent book of the “A Court of Thornes and Roses” series. It follows the story of one of the most despised female characters in the history of adult fiction, Nesta. To understand this novel, it is necessary to make sure that […]

Book Review: The Friend Zone by Abby Jimenez

Have you ever read a book that struck the perfect balance between funny and tragic? Yes, I know this seems very interesting, and you are eagerly trying to find out more. The book I’m reviewing this time is The Friend Zone by Abby Jimenez, which covers all of the above questions that are admittedly hard to […]

Book Review: Leave the World Behind by Rumaan Alam

Isn’t it interesting how our closest bonds are formed differently, and new ones are found during times of crisis? Does it kick you to think about this? This is because I got a kick out of it. Don’t worry; your curiosity won’t last long as the novel I’m reviewing this time won’t disappoint. Leave The […]

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