Monthly Archives: February 2017

“Dark Witch” by Nora Roberts

As you may have noticed, this isn’t a standard book for me to read. I usually avoid romance like the plague, but my friend who is always loaning me books talked me into reading this one. I had really low … Continue reading

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“All the bright places” by Jennifer Niven

All The Bright Places is a young adult novel that is told through the eyes of Theodore Finch and Violet Markey. Both are students at the same high school, her being part of the popular crowd, him much less popular, … Continue reading

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“Turbo Twenty Three” by Janet Evanovich

For those that have not read Evanovich’s Stephanie Plum series, this review probably won’t mean a whole lot for you, but I will give a quick synopses of the series. The series follows Stephanie Plum, a female bounty hunter, through … Continue reading

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“Moon Chosen” by P.C.Cast

I have a friend, I can’t remember if I mentioned her before, and every time I go to see her, she loads me down with books. Which, in truth, is absolutely amazing. She reads a lot of the same stuff … Continue reading

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Trying to keep the twitter up to date, so feel free to follow us there for updates! @thebookhole1 Asteria and I no longer live in the same city, so she does the pictures for her own books. That’s why her … Continue reading

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“The couple next door” by Shari Lapena

‘The Couple Next Door’ is the story about a couple who live in high end row houses, and go next door to celebrate their neighbour’s birthday. The neighbours have asked that they do not bring their six month old baby … Continue reading

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“Outlander” by Diana Gabaldon

This is about the first book, not the entire series as I am currently only 3/4 of the way through the series. To be honest, it’s quite a long and convoluted story as to why I started reading the book. … Continue reading

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