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Book Review: Friends Forever by Shannon Hale and LeUyen Pham

Friends Forever by Shannon Hale and LeUyen Pham– As always, LeUyen Pham’s illustrations are excellent and provide a distinctive touch to the page, giving Hale’s work its fullest expression. Despite being the third novel in a series, The novel “Friends Forever” may read this one independently. This novel is artfully written with a lot of heart […]

Book Review: All The Ugly and Wonderful Things by Bryn Greenwood

All The Ugly and Wonderful Things by Bryn Greenwood—is the account of a young girl named Wavy and her existence in the Midwest’s most desolate region. Wavy is used to being independent despite having illegal drug dealers as parents. When Wavy’s mother is imprisoned for drug-related offenses, she is taken to reside with her grandmother […]

Book Review: Wild Women and The Blues by Denny S. Bryce

Wild Women and the Blues by Denny S. Bryce—is a book ideal for lovers of lite historical novels with a multifaceted heroine. It is an excellent depiction of African Americans living in Chicago in the 1920s, during the peak of the Jazz Age, in all of its vividness and grandeur. The narrative is presented in […]

Book Review: Gilded by Marissa Meyer

Gilded by Marissa Meyer—Serilda, a youthful woman marked by the god of lies, finds herself entangled in a complex web of legends and at the mercy of the Alder King in this Rumpelstiltskin retelling tale. When one of Serilda’s fantastical tales attracts the evil Erlking and his zombie hunters, she thrusts into a gloomy world […]

Book Review: The Shadows Between Us by Tricia Levenseller

The Shadows between Us by Tricia Levenseller—is the novel of The villain romance that every person needs to experience in their lives and An exciting fantasy single that is simple to binge. The story, set in a fantasy realm with court intrigue and a new king, combines historic details with contemporary feminist concepts. Here, I […]

Book Review: Lightning Strike by William Kent Krueger

Lightning Strike by William Kent Krueger – is the prequel to William Kent Krueger’s successful, long-running mystery series based on a Minnesota sheriff, Cork O’Connor. It explores the tender relationship between father and son. this novel is written with grace and understanding. It is a stunning novel that will captivate readers. This novel was one of […]

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 […]

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