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451 Fahrenheit by Ray Bradbury - Book Review
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451 Fahrenheit by Ray Bradbury - Book Review

Ray Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451 is a highly praised dystopian novel published by Del Rey Books in 1953. The novel’s protagonist is Guy Montag, a fireman. However, in the future Bradbury imag...

By   Reanna Quitzon Reanna Quitzon
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Daisy Jones and The Six by Taylor Jenkins - Book Review
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Daisy Jones and The Six by Taylor Jenkins - Book Review

Ever wonder what it would be like to be the lead singer of a band at a time when rock and roll were at the height of its cultural power? Taylor Jenkins Reid turns that hypothetical into an engrossing...

By   Reanna Quitzon Reanna Quitzon
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Sense and Sensibility
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Sense and Sensibility

Marianne Dashwood wears her heart on her sleeve, and when she falls in love with the dashing but unsuitable John Willoughby she ignores her sister Elinor's warning that her impulsive behaviour leaves...

By   Amalia Gkavea Amalia Gkavea
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Hag:Forgotten Folktales Retold
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Hag:Forgotten Folktales Retold

Here are sisters fighting for the love of the same woman, a pregnant archaeologist unearthing impossible bones and lost children following you home. A panther runs through the forests of England and p...

By   Amalia Gkavea Amalia Gkavea
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Death With Interruption by Jose Saramago - Book Review
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Death With Interruption by Jose Saramago - Book Review

“The following day no one died” With this incredible first line José Saramago opens his novel Death With Interruptions. In a nameless European country where these events take place,...

By   Adonis Monahan Adonis Monahan
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Leaves of Narcissus by Somaya Ramadan - Book Review
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Leaves of Narcissus by Somaya Ramadan - Book Review

“Some issues are so delicate and incapable of learning, for some reason, and they bleed every time as though it were the first time they had encountered a situation that provokes bleeding. Some...

By   Adonis Monahan Adonis Monahan
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Making the Game Triple H's Approach to a Better Body by Triple H - Book Review
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Making the Game Triple H's Approach to a Better Body by Triple H - Book Review

Seeing the debut of Triple H (Paul Levesque) in the book world seemed very exciting; not only is he covering his backstory and humble beginnings, but he's also providing readers with some decent worko...

By   Adonis Monahan Adonis Monahan
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The Best New True Crime Stories: Small Towns by Mitzi Szereto
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The Best New True Crime Stories: Small Towns by Mitzi Szereto

By sheer happenstance, I found myself agreeing to write a review of this book. Always an avid reader, especially of crime fiction, I had never ventured, somehow, into the realm of True Crime. But, my...

By   Jeniffer Mohammed, PhD Jeniffer Mohammed, PhD
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Witch Bones by J. Cortex - Book Review
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Witch Bones by J. Cortex - Book Review

Witch Bones takes place in the town of Emmert, a small pilgrim village on the outskirts of the old west. After Talbert Schmidt’s son, Johnathon, vanishes in the night, he sets out to try and fin...

By   Reanna Quitzon Reanna Quitzon
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You by Caroline Kepnes - Book Review
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You by Caroline Kepnes - Book Review

This story examines the question of how far a person is willing to go for the one they love.  Joe Goldberg knows what to expect out of life, and especially out of working at a bookstore, so when...

By   Reanna Quitzon Reanna Quitzon
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