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The Great Alone Book Review

- The Great Alone By Kristin Hannah - The Great Alone... had great potential. ☆THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS☆As I read, I was confident this one would make it as one of my favorites just as Hannah's other novel, The Nightengale, had.The first half is well rounded with character building, realistic and just enough drama to… Continue reading The Great Alone Book Review

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A Woman Is No Man Book Review

- A Woman is No Man by Etaf Rum - Let me warn you. I had difficulty writing this review because I don't want to come off ignorant or offend anyone so I felt I needed to choose my words very carefully. So bare with me. What a heavy and hard read. I can't put… Continue reading A Woman Is No Man Book Review

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The Dutch House Book Review

- The Dutch House by Ann Patchett - It is hard to deny the beauty of this story. I was captured from the very beginning and it helped Mr. Tom Hanks was reading it to me! Patchett is the first author where I found a sort of comfort each time her words engulfed me, a… Continue reading The Dutch House Book Review

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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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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