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Vengeance Road – Classic Western Style Revenge Anyone?

Book Review : Vengeance Road By Erin Bowman Spoiler Alert! Summary Revenge is worth its weight in gold. When her father is murdered for a journal revealing the location of a hidden gold mine, eighteen-year-old Kate Thompson disguises herself as a boy … Continue reading

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Precious and Grace – How Women Work Together

  Book Review : Precious and Grace  No.1 Ladies’ Detective Agency series By Alexander McCall Smith Spoiler Alert! Summary In this latest installment of the beloved and best-selling No. 1 Ladies Detective Agency series, Precious Ramotswe and Grace Makutsi help a young … Continue reading

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“Playing Beatie Bow” – How Do Children Adapt To Adults Relationships?

Book Review: Playing Beatie Bow By Ruth Park Spoiler Alert! Summary Abigail Kirk was an ordinary enough fourteen-year-old gir, except that she could not understand the adults around her. Why had her father gone off with someone much younger than … Continue reading

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“The Perilous Garde” – A Newberry Award Book Worth Reading

Book Review: The Perilous Gard By Elizabeth Marie Pope Spoiler Alert! Summary Kate and Alicia Sutton are ladies in waiting to the banished Princess Elizabeth. Kate is banished to a distant castle named Elvenwood Hall, also known as the Perilous … Continue reading

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“Mistborn – The Final Empire” – Where Can A Book Go When It Begins At the End of An Empire?

Mistborn : The Final Empire By Brandon Sanderson Spoiler Alert! For a thousand years, the ash fell and no flowers bloomed. For a thousand years, the Skaa slaved in misery and lived in fear. For a thousand years, the Lord … Continue reading

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“Insurgent” – A Sequel That is Full of Fire

Book Review : Insurgent by Veronica Roth Spoiler Alert! Conflict between the factions is raging. Erudite is vying for power and control in the government. Countless Abnegation have died, including Tris’s parents, at the hands of the mind-controlled Dauntless. Amity … Continue reading

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“Looking for Alaska” – Is this Novel Worthy of the Acclamation of Being a Classic?

Book Review : Looking for Alaska by John Green Spoiler Alert! Miles Halter is tall and skinny, has no friends and loves to memorize people’s famous last words. Miles latches onto Francois Rabelais’ last words, “I go to seek a … Continue reading

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