Dark of the West: Book Review

Dark of the West by Joanna Hathaway is a hard nut to crack. Steeped in World War II era inspiration and saturated with political intrigue, Dark of the West is certain to appeal to fans of Historical Fiction. But what about those of us who picked the book up for the forbidden romance, betrayals, and plane battles? That’s where it gets tricky.
Rating: 4 Stars

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Want Now Wednesday: A Golden Fury

This one is a follow up to a Want Now Wednesday from last year, so I’m calling it 2 Gold 2 Furious. Now we have a COVER and a FULL SYNOPSIS and a RELEASE DATE! Yes, all caps was necessary!

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This is How You Lose the Time War: Book Review

This is How You Lose the Time War is filled with more hope and emotion than you’d think you could get in a 200 page book, but every word is sheer perfection and every moment of reading is spent in a kind of desperate longing and despair that culminates in the perfect twist.
Rating: 5 Stars

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How I Read 100+ books in 2019 (and know I can read more in 2020)

At the strike of 9pm (I’m too old for the strike of midnight) on New Year’s Eve, I looked at the total number of books I had read in 2019. 107. ONE. HUNDRED. AND. SEVEN. Considering I’d barely gotten over 60 books read last year, I was very impressed with myself. But how did I do it? At the time, I could only stare at you with a still shocked look on my face, but today I’m breaking down how I read over 100 books in 2019, and how I know I can read more in 2020.

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The Night Country: ARC Review

The Night Country once again shows that Melissa Albert is a master at weaving the darkest of fairy tales with just the right dashes of humor and sincerity.
Rating: 4.5 Stars

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