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“The Hate U Give” by Angie Thomas

Starr Carter is a 16 year old girl who is caught between two lives: the life she lives while going to her mostly white prep school, and the life she lives when she goes home to her poor, black neighbourhood. … Continue reading

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“Ronaldo: The Reindeer flying Academy” by Maxine Sylvester

This was another book review by request, which makes me incredibly excited. Especially since this was the first children’s book we’ve been asked to review. I wasn’t sure what to expect with the book, I was just happy she thought … Continue reading

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“Origin” by Dan Brown

There‚Äôs a new Dan Brown!!! Robert Langdon is back! Langdon has been invited to the Guggenheim museum in Bilbao, Spain by his dear friend and former student Edmund Kirsch. Kirsch, a very rich and tech savvy genius who uses computer … Continue reading

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“John dies at the end” by David Wong

The review on the cover of the book by Fangoria says that this books is “a case of the author trying to depict actual soul-sucking lunacy, and succeeding with flying colours.” They’re not wrong. I was actually introduced to this … Continue reading

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Anita Blake versus Lestat de Lioncourt.

Another series that was compared to me long, long ago, were Laurell K Hamilton’s Anita Blake, and Anne Rice’s Vampire Chronicles. I started reading Anne Rice back in High School, I think somewhere around the time the ‘Queen of the … Continue reading

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“Rituals” by Kelley Armstrong

I once had someone come up to me and ask if I have ever read Kelley Armstrong, and I told them that they were too old for her. I felt, after finishing the Women of the Underworld series, that her … Continue reading

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“Sleeping Giants” by Sylvain Neuvel

I generally leave the science fiction reading to Artemis, as it is more up her alley, but this seemed really intriguing, and I just had to pick it up. I tend to shy away from sci-fi, I find it hard … Continue reading

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