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INSECTUAL: The Secret of the Black Butterfly – by Barbara Sala – Review

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Unique and interesting, but the dialogs do not live up to the promise This is quite an exciting book written in a unique manner. In fact, a lot of the bitter truths about life can be found here. Consider, for instance, the very opening...

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When Tears Ran Dry – by Vivian Waring – Review

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The book reads like a memoir of sorts and what happens throughout much of the novel seemed quite lifelike to me; I guess if I were just handed the book without any further information I would not know fact from fiction. There is a little hint of...

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When the Serpent Bites – by Nesly Clerge – Review

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I was quite impressed with this book overall. The very first thing I liked is the adroitness the author showed in conjuring an atmosphere that seems quite relatable yet somewhat layered in mystery, so that it looks like an enchanted land. Indeed,...

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Life After Joe – by Ann Benjamin – Review

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The great thing about this book is that it lets you peek into Liz's state of mind from the very start. Written in the form of 'blog posts' (are they?), she says in the very first 'blog post' of hers that "Nothing makes sense anymore." It is another...

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Paul O’Leary: overseas adventures – by Michael Mardel – Review

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You can read this book in two ways: as a fictional story on travel and adventure, or as an informative travel guide. Whichever way you go, you are going to find it both entertaining and worth your money. I read it as a tour guide book as I was very...

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Pretty Maidens All In a Row – by J.M. Brown – Review

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Could any human being ever write this? As I sat on my armchair, turning page after page, I marveled at the exceptional talent of the author J.M Brown and wondered if it was possible for a human being to weave such a dark tale of sheer horror. Truth...

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Confronting Truths (Jessica Crawford Book 2) – by Victoria Schwimley – Review

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It is rare to find a women-centric novel which also comes with a realistic story, but this is one book that you would want to keep permanently in your library due to its rarity. Who said that "let bygones be bygones"? As much as we would like to...

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Coveting Love (Jessica Crawford Book 1) – by Victoria Schwimley – Review

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"It’s a strange feeling knowing you’re being watched. Jessica was becoming quite familiar with the feeling, and she didn’t like it. The part that really puzzled her about Jeffrey’s pursuit was that he always presented himself when he knew...

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Awakening in the Northwest Territories: One Man’s Search for Fulfilment – by Alastair Henry – Review

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Thanks for writing this excellent and absorbing book, Mr. Henry This is an excellent memoir written in a plain language. I wish I could get my hands on more books like these. This is exactly how memoirs should be written. Thankfully there are...

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Manhattan Affair – by Jack Sussek – Review

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The beginning of the book suffers from too much descriptions and too little action: it also suffers from a lack of editing. But if are a patient reader then you won't let that put you down; nay, you would instead dig deeper, enjoy reading about the...

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Turnstiles – by Andrea McKenzie Raine – Review

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This is an excellent book with some very well-etched characters. There should be more books like these but unfortunately too many books these days are filled more with 'telling' than 'showing'. This book however shows more and tells...