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Blog Tour: SuperLife by Darin Olien
Rating: Please join Darin Olien author of SuperLife: The 5 Simple Fixes That Will Make You Healthy, Fit and Eternally Awesome, as he tours the blogosphere with TLC Book Tours! Reviewed by Ri...
Review: The Motion of Puppets by Keith Donohue
Rating: Reviewed by Maria Tews The Motion of Puppets by Keith Donohue was a book that I really tried to enjoy, but ultimately found too many issues with. My main one is that it lacked motion...
Review: Baggage Check by M.J. Pullen
Rating: Reviewed by Bethany Kelly Baggage Check, the third novel in the Marriage Pact series written by M.J. Pullen, is a charming novel about frenemy Rebecca’s journey to happily-ever-after...
Review: Three Truths and a Lie by Brent Hartinger
Rating: Reviewed by Meredith Kelly When I started Three Truths and a Lie, one of my first thoughts was, “this is too young for me.” Unbeknownst to me at the time, I was reading a young adult...
Review: French Rhapsody by Antoine Laurain
Rating: Reviewed by Kelly Ferjutz This quaint and charming book is almost more of what it isn’t than what it is! French Rhapsody sort of meanders along, very nicely, not rushed at all, and y...
Review: Lacombe Lucien by Louis Malle & Patrick Modiano
Rating: Reviewed by Nina Longfield Set in Southwestern France in June 1944 during the German occupation, Lacombe Lucien is a tense work digging into the pathos of the era. The French citizen...
Review: Cast of Characters by Thomas Vinciguerra
Rating: Reviewed by Kate Schefer I am familiar with The New Yorker, and I am familiar with E.B. White and James Thurber and a few of the other writers who were the publication’s founding voi...
Review: A Perilous Undertaking by Deanna Raybourn
Rating: Reviewed by Kelly Ferjutz Books by Ms. Raybourn are so marvelously complex that the temptation for a reviewer is to write a long review in order to do justice to the story. This is e...
Review: Wangs vs. the World by Jade Chang
Rating: Reviewed by Alisha Churbe Jade Chang’s novel, Wangs vs. the World is highly entertaining. It is a portrait of a family complete with all of their similarities and their differences. ...
Review: The Most Dangerous Place on Earth by Lindsey Lee Johnson
Rating: Reviewed by Carrie Ardoin It’s been more than ten years since I was in high school, but I do have a younger brother who’s still there…and I really am thankful that he doesn’t have th...
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