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The Nest Book Review

- The Nest by Cynthia D'Aprix Sweeney - Whoa! That was a lot of characters! But don't let that deter you because Sweeney did a fantastic job of giving each one their moment just long enough so that they were molded into your mind. I have to admit, the Plums at the beginning were unlikable,… Continue reading The Nest Book Review

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Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine Review

- Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman - Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine has become one of my most favored books. I was not only captivated and drawn in by the fluent and elegant writing style, but also by each character. This novel takes you into the life of a recluse, someone who has… Continue reading Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine Review

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The Handmaid’s Tale Book Review

- The Handmaid's Tale By Margaret Atwood - Margaret Atwood has an exceptional talent of writing. Though her descriptions were enjoyable, they were a bit lengthy at times and I lost track of the topic. Other than that, the details and emotions came alive with each page.The Handmaids Tale as a whole was a fascinating… Continue reading The Handmaid’s Tale Book Review

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Dear Wife Book Review

- Dear Wife By Kimberly Belle - Whoa. Talk about a mind fuck! I loved it. Love psychological thrillers just like this. The writing was descriptive but fluent. Belle kept you on the edge of your seat and constantly guessing. A book you have a hard time putting down. You will meet an abused woman… Continue reading Dear Wife Book Review

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A Man Called Ove Book Review

- A Man Called Ove By Fredrick Backman - I tried to get into this book a couple times but was finding it difficult to stay focused because it wasn't a thriller like I'm used to. 3rd times a charm! I am so glad I powered through because it was funny and so heart-warming. You… Continue reading A Man Called Ove Book Review