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Book Review: The Testaments by Margaret Atwood

Dear Bookworms, I have an mild obsession with the book, The Handmaids Tale, and thus the made for Hulu series based on the novel (Elizabeth Moss SLAYS.) So OF COURSE I scooped up the newly released follow up, The Testaments. What is this book about? The Testaments picked up roughly 15 years after The Handmaids […]

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Book Review: Mira’s Griffin by Christie Valentine Powell

Dear Bookworms, This weeks read was provided to me for free in exchange for an honest review. What is this book about? Something is terrorizing the city of Mund Cove. People are disappearing, never to be seen again. Strong willed Mira pays no mind to the warnings of the elders and continues to spend her […]

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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: Terra Nova by Shane Arbuthnott

Dear Bookworms, This weeks book was provided to me for free in exchange for an honest review. Terra Nova By Shane Arbuthnott Terra Nova is the follow up novel to Dominion, taking place shortly after it’s ending. Molly and her family have teamed up with the Unionists, a faction of people fed up with Haviland […]

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Book Review: Dominion by Shane Arbuthnott

Dear Bookworms, This read was provided to me for free in exchange for an honest review.  Molly Stout hails from a long line of harvesters. In fact, her ancestor, Haviland, was the one who discovered the spirits in the skies, paving the way for his descendants (and others) to make a living sailing the skies in […]

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Book Review: Meritopia by Joel Ohman

Dear Bookworms, This weeks read was provided to me for free by the author in exchange for an honest review. Charley and his crew are once again on the run. Fleeing Meritorium after a bloody battle in the Venatio, they must make their way across unfamiliar lands in their pursuit of the Czar in a […]

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Book Review: Meritorium by Joel Ohman

Dear Bookworms, This weeks read was provided to me for free in exchange for an honest review.  So book two in the Meritropolis series picks up right where book one ends. Charley, Hank, Sandy, Grigor, Orson, and the remaining citizens of Meritopia have fled beyond the decimated walls on a quest to find Meritorium where […]

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Book Review: Meritropolis by Joel Ohman

Dear Bookworms, This book was provided to me for free in exchange for an honest review. Meritropolis is the last known refuge for the human race. After “The Event” wiped out civilization as we know it, a system was implemented to ensure the smooth running of Metropolis and it’s finite resources. Every citizen is assigned […]

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Book Review: The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood

Dear Bookworms, So, I chose this weeks read because I recently saw a trailer for the new Hulu original based on this novel and I was immediately intrigued by the premise. Written roughly 30 years ago, it’s not a newbie by any means, but as I came to conclude after finishing, definitely worth a read!  […]

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Book Review: The Last Star by Rick Yancey

Dear Bookworms, So for this weeks book review I have the last installment of The 5th Wave Trilogy. *Insert fan girl squeal* I’ve been waiting for this one for awhile!   The Last Star picks up right where The Infinite Sea left off, Ringer, newly enhanced with the 12th system, has run away from Camp Haven […]

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