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#TBT Book Reviews: Breakaway by Avon Gale

Author: jeralibu #TBT Book Reviews: Breakaway by Avon Gale (in honour of round 2 of the Stanley Cup playoffs!) Welcome to my Throwback Thursday series of book reviews. I thought I’d share some love for books that aren’t new releases. These reviews have all been previously shared on Goodreads. First...
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Life’s Update

Author: galitballi Hello everybody, I hope you are having a wonderful day This month was one busy month. Yesterday I got out of the hospital after doing a small procedure and it still hurts to move, but I don’t have much time to sit back and rest, lol. I need to organize
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Book Review: The Star Touched Queen

Author: bloggingdragons Check out the newest book review featuring, “The Star Touched Queen” Wow. From the minute I started reading this book I was ensnared by what felt like an exotic and unique version of a familiar fairytale. All signs pointed to greatness. Unfortunately, the book went in a completely...
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Book Reviews: Commonwealth and Hag-Seed

Author: endlesslyshifting Book Reviews: Commonwealth and Hag-Seed I’ve almost completed my reading list for January! If you haven’t checked that list out, it’s posted here. The only book I have left to read is All the Light We Cannot See, which I’m very excited to finally read. I’ve decided that I’m going...
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Why I don’t read Goodreads’ Reviews | Soñando Despierta

Author: i-amwriter Why I don’t read Goodreads’ Reviews | Soñando Despierta        I don’t like to read Goodreads’ book reviews. I love Goodreads it is a fantastic platform that I enjoy using, but I don’t like reading the reviews. This doesn’t mean I don’t do it but I rather...
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AfroBoricua Reads Book Reviews: The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas

Author: afroboricuareads AfroBoricua Reads Book Reviews: The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas   Summary: Inspired by the Black Lives Matter movement, Angie Thomas’s searing debut about an ordinary girl in extraordinary circumstances addresses issues of racism and police violence with intelligence, heart, and unflinching honesty. Sixteen-year-old Starr Carter moves between two...
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Teen Summer Reading Book Reviews

Author: douglaslibraryteens Batman: Hush Returns by A.J. Lieberman “Lots of fighting and blood, which is awesome! Perfect for a Batman comic!” – Skylar4 out of 5 stars.
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I’ve been a busy little bee!

Author: atthequillsmercy I’ve been a busy little bee! In addition to posting all sorts of new things over on eBay, I have also been trying to catch up with my book reviews! ‘Into the Darkness’ by A. M. Rycroft ‘Just A Sketch’ by A. J. Marcus ‘Rule of Three’ by Lore...
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Almost Zero I am

Author: lovemelissialenox Almost Zero I am pleased and grateful to have the opportunity to promote We’re The People – a blog devoted to diversity in children’s and young adult reading material and Full Circle Literary – “a literary agency, representing children’s books from toddler to teen, and more!” Both We’re
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Almost Zero I am

Author: lovemelissialenox Almost Zero I am pleased and grateful to have the opportunity to promote We’re The People – a blog devoted to diversity in children’s and young adult reading material and Full Circle Literary – “a literary agency, representing children’s books from toddler to teen, and more!” Both We’re
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Book Reviews

Author: thelittlereader Naval operations are not usually associated with the Middle Ages, and in this volume maritime historian Stanton, author of Norman Naval Operations … Provide it by Book Reviews from Book Reviews
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Book Review: Eleanor and Park by Rainbow Rowell

Author: misfitalexa Book Review: Eleanor and Park by Rainbow Rowell   So, I’m totally aware that this post is beyond late, but as I’ve started introducing more book reviews on the blog, I’m catching up on a ton of stuff that I read during the school year while I was in...
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Analysis of a Book Reviewer

Author: ftthum Analysis of a Book Reviewer #SundayBlogShare #Book Did you ever wonder what it was like to write about other people’s writing? That is the job of a book reviewer. I always wanted to be a freelance writer, and for me reviewing books is a perfect example of what...
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#Censorship among Authors and #bookreviews

Author: saharafoley #Censorship among Authors and #bookreviewsIs there censorship between fellow authors and the book reviews we give each other?  Sadly, I have to say, yes there is. I recently had another tiff with an author over a book review I gave her.  I praised her book, in fact
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Book Reviews: After Alice by Gregory Maguire

Author: slavenrm Book Reviews: After Alice by Gregory MaguireI picked this book up at a local big-box retailer on sale for 50% off. More interestingly it was a limited signed edition on sale for 50% off so that should have been a clue. The nutshell on this book is that it
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Finding Audrey // Book Review

Author: bookwormvibes Pages // 288 Published // June 2015 Goodreads // Amazon Read in // January 2016 My Rating // ★★★★1/2 // 4.5/5 Stars Synopsis Audrey loves her family, even if they are a bit off-the-wall. When Audrey develops an anxiety disorder as a result of an unpleasant incident, her family is...
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LitWorldInterviews.com-The Week-In Review. 11/9-11/14

Author: ronovanwrites LitWorldInterviews.com-The Week-In Review. 11/9-11/14 #SundayBlogShare #BookReviews #Amazon #Tips #Writing BOOK REVIEWS ‘The Blue Crimes’ by Enrique Laso by Olga Núñez Miret The Blue Crimes by Enrique Laso. An intriguing case and an even more intriguing investigator. The Blue Crimes by Enrique Laso The Blue Crimes is the first...
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What I’ve been reading: December 2015 book reviews

Author: hopewelllmom What I’ve been reading: December 2015 book reviews Don’t miss my Must Read Novel of 2016–the best book I read in 2015.   The Best of December was also the Best Nonfiction Book of 2015 Instead of a history crush, I have an HISTORIAN crush: David McCullough not only...
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As promised, here’s my review

Author: retrodegrassi As promised, here’s my review of the Wheels book! (As I had mentioned before, it takes place shortly after Wheels’s parents died in season three.) The opening chapter was pretty strange, to say the least. A few days ago I shared some screencaps from the preview that was...
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I and You by Beverly Garside and Illustrator Lucas Duimstra

Author: books-and-ashes A good graphic novel with an interesting premise, I and You by Beverly Garside and illustrated by Lucas Duimstra I and YouBeverly Garside Illustrated: Lucas Duimstra Published: 3rd September, 2013CreateSpace Summary: It is the year 2098. Sara Storm has just come of age in a republic founded upon
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Book Review: Succession Planning for Financial Advisors

Author: cfainstitute Succession Planning for Financial Advisors: Building an Enduring Business. 2014. David Grau, Sr. Reviewed by Ian Robertson, CFA Financial professionals who serve retail clients balance two primary tasks: providing expert investment management or advice and offering consistent and superior service to clients. Those who work for larger brokerage...
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99 Days by Katie Cotugno

Author: books-and-ashes 99 Days by Katie Cotugno 99 Days Katie Cotugno Published: 21st April, 2015Balzer + Bray Genre: Contemporary, Romance Age: Young Adult From: Edelweiss Summary: Day 1: Julia Donnelly eggs my house my first night back in Star Lake, and that’s how I know everyone still remembers everything—how I destroyed
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More books reviews

Author: julie-leblanc Two more of my book reviews are now online and there’s at least one more to come. Reading them over again, you can tell I was a bit conflicted with The Winter Horses. Learning about Przewalski’s horses, though, was fascinating. I may have to hunt down some more books...
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A Double Dose of Book Reviews

Author: christybis A Double Dose of Book Reviews #scifi #memoir Welcome to this week in reading, and it’s time for your host Christy to take the stage ((enter theme music, anything but Jaws please)). Okay, okay, let’s be serious. Here are my reviews of two books I recently read. They are...