Author Archives: thebookhole

“Station Eleven” by Emily St.John Mendel

The story starts in Toronto where a plague is unleashed. A flight from Russia landed at Pearson International airport, where the passengers were infected with the Georgian Flu. It soon spread very quickly in the city, and throughout the world, … Continue reading

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“Everything Everything” by Nicola Yoon

I picked up this novel after hearing it was going to be a movie (a movie that skipped over my small city), and honestly the pretty cover intrigued me. The story follows Madeline, a young teenage girl who is incredibly … Continue reading

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“Confessions of an ugly stepsister” by Gregory Maguire

This story, as you can probably imagine, is an alternative take on Cinderella. Gregory Maguire writes fiction based on fairy tales or older stories, but writes from a different point of view – the bad guy. His other story, that … Continue reading

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“Golden Prey” by John Sandford

This review is more about the entire series than this specific book. I first picked up a book in the series when I was in university as something to read on the drive back home. Since then I have been … Continue reading

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“The Limpet Syndrome” by Tony Moyle

Our little book blog received a copy of this book as a request to read and provide a review. The plot sounded intriguing, though admittedly not up my alley, but I thought I would give it a whirl. The story … Continue reading

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“Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter” by Seth Grahame-Smith

The story behind me getting this book is actually kind of funny. Back when the movie came out (yes, that horrible thing), there was a friend of mine who used to go to every horror movie with me so naturally … Continue reading

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“Nightseer” by Laurell K Hamilton

I’ve been a Hamilton fan for many, many years, long before I started working at the book store. I’ve probably talked about this in my Anita Blake review, but even I knew nothing about this book. It was actually only … Continue reading

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