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Book Review: A Night Divided by Jennifer A Nielsen

Dear Bookworms, Where are my Alan Gratz fans? This one will be right up your alley! What is this book about? Sixteen year old Gerta finds her life completely torn apart when the Berlin Wall goes up in the middle of the night, separating her mother, older brother, and herself from her father and younger […]

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Book Review: The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides

Dear Bookworms, This one has been on my TBR list since it came out last year and was met with rave reviews. And let me tell you. It has earned every…single…one. What is this book about? Everyone is shocked when Alicia Berenson, famous painter, is charged and convicted of murdering her husband, an esteemed fashion […]

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Book Review: The Haunting of Sunshine Girl by Paige McKenzie & Alyssa Sheinmel

Dear Bookworms, While not one of my favorite reads this year- this one was entertaining enough. What is this book about? Sunshine Griffith and her mother Kat have just moved from Texas to Portland shortly after her 16th birthday after an exciting job opportunity presented itself for her mother. Since day one in her new […]

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Book Review: Asylum by Madeleine Roux

Dear Bookworms, I was promised something along the lines of Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children with this one. While they did indeed share many similarities, this one, unfortunately, seemed to fall short of the promised hype. What is this book about? Sixteen year old Dan Crawford is excited to begin his summer studies at […]

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Book Review: Salvation Station by Kathryn Schleich

Dear Bookworms, This read was provided to me for free in exchange for an honest review. The plot After the grisly murder of a pastor and his two children in Lincoln, Nebraska, Captain Linda Turner is determined to find the killer; presumably the pastors missing wife. But finding the missing Mrs. Hansen proves no easy […]

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Book Review: Little Fires Everywhere by Celeste Ng

Dear Bookworms, This one is a wild ride my friends! What is this one about? Mia Warren and her teenage daughter, Pearl never stay in one place for long. Living the life of a travelling artist, Mia stays put only long enough to be inspired and create a collection until picking up and moving on […]

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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: Watching You by Lisa Jewell

Dear Bookworms, Having read, and thoroughly enjoyed, one of Jewells previous novels, The Girls in the Garden, I really had high hopes for this one, and while enjoyable, it was unfortunately, extremely predictable. What is this book about? Melville Heights is a pleasant, affluent neighborhood located in Bristol, England. When the wife of a well […]

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Book Review: Beastly Bones by William Ritter

Dear Bookworms, Book 2 in the Jackaby series was another home run in my book! This book Having barely had time to catch her breath from the last investigation, Jackaby and Abigial are called to a mystifying case of a house cat and her babies turning into…fish… Having chalked it up to just a classic, […]

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Book Review: The Alice Network by Kate Quinn

Told in alternating perspectives from two periods, The Alice Network tells the tale of two women, Eve Gardnier recruited for the female spy network The Alice Network in 1917 during WW1 and Charlie St. Clair, pregnant, unwed disgraced socialite searching for her missing cousin in post WWII’s 1947

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