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A Curse so Dark and Lonely

Brigid Kemmerer “He’s here. He’s not hurting anyone. But he’s still a monster. The curse isn’t broken.” I wasn’t enchanted by the first few chapters. I liked what was going on but was struggling to be fully engaged. I can’t pin down why I didn’t fall in love. I wanted to love this book but […]

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The Sisters of the Winter Wood

by Rena Rossner “If people hate each other, they will blame each other, and eventually they will kill each other. And what better group of people to start with than the Jews?” A fairytale-inspired multipoint of view page-turner. From the first four chapters, I knew if I didn’t put The Sisters of the Winter Wood […]

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#Clearingthehoard Offical List

The official reading this for this year. After gathering all the titles, I think it is a manageable list. It took some time to clear out my Kindle Library of samples, PDF files, and all the other various digital media I had gathered from years of using the app. Like the crazy reader I am, […]

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City of Ghost

Victoria Schwab What you feel, Cassidy Blake, is called a purpose. City of Ghost has been on my reading list for a few months, not nearly as long as other books I own by Victoria Schwab. City of Ghost is book one in the Cassidy Blake series. If you have not read City of Ghost, […]

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To Kill A Mockingbird

Harper Lee “Atticus, he was real nice.” “Most people are, Scout, when you finally see them.” To Kill a Mockingbird is an American classic. This book has been haunting me since the ninth grade. I never finished reading the book because I didn’t like it, so I packed it around for a decade, along with […]

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