Month: July 2018

Book Reviews

Book Review: Sleeping Beauties by Stephen & Owen King

Dear Bookworms, I love a good Stephen King novel, and while I had heard that his son had made a foray into the writing sphere, I had yet to read any of his novels. I was eager to read this one not just to knock off a 2018 reading challenge item (a book by two […]

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Book Review: All the Ever Afters by Danielle Teller

Dear Bookworms,  This weeks read was provided to me for free in exchange for an honest review. Fairy-tale retelling alert! We all know how much I dig this genre, and this one was no disappointment. All the Ever Afters is a re-imagined tale of the classic Cinderella story whose main focus is Agnes, or as […]

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Book Review: Merlin the Lost Years by T.A Barron

Dear Bookworms, Y’all I have found a new series to totally fangirl about AND it’s being made into a movie later this year….squeal! Always a lover of magic, an entire series based on the beginning years of perhaps the most celebrated and well known sorcerer of all time, Merlin, was bound to peak my interest.  […]

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Book Review: The Rebecca Pendragon Trilogy by Gary Green

Dear Bookworms, This book was provided to me for free in exchange for an honest review. Twelve year old Rebecca’s life is forever changed when her single mother dies in a car accident and she is sent to live in a small rural town in Minnesota with her Grandmother. Having barely settled into her new […]

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Disney’s Hollywood Studios: Travel Truths

  If you are looking for rides, you will be utterly disappointed when you go to Hollywood Studios.  There are only a handful of actual rides in the park.  Everything else is split between various kinds of entertainment shows, greeting of characters, shops and restaurants.   Perhaps my least favorite park of them all (to read […]

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Book Review: Prisoner B-3087 by Alan Gratz

Dear Bookworms, Another Alan Gratz book for the win!  The previous two books I have read and reviewed by Grantz (Refugee and Projekt 1065) blew me away, and Prisoner B-3087 lived up to the high bar I have set.  Prisoner B-3087 By Alan Gratz, Ruth Gruener, Jack Gruener Yanek Gruener is 10 when the Nazis […]

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