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Rogue’s Home by Hilari Bell - Book Review
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Rogue’s Home by Hilari Bell - Book Review

Combining modern language with a medieval-style setting, Bell’s mystery novel with fantasy elements is the second of the Knight and Rogue series. The main characters, Sir Michael Sevenson and F...

By   Kathy Graves
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Muhammad A Biography of the Prophet by Karen Armstrong - Book Review
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Muhammad A Biography of the Prophet by Karen Armstrong - Book Review

With over 1.3 billion Muslims roaming the world, you’d think that people would be familiar with Islam and have a basic understanding of what Prophet Muhammed was like. With the terrible image b...

By   Kathy Graves
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The Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath - Book Review
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The Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath - Book Review

Not only did the author’s work often raise controversy, but her life is still a hot topic that many discuss to this day. One might think that Plath’s Unabridged Journals were the reason b...

By   Ethan Griffin
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The BFG by Roald Dahl - Book Review
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The BFG by Roald Dahl - Book Review

The Big Friendly Giant AKA BFG written by Roald Dahl is a children’s favorite, selling around a million copies each year globally. Full of colorful adventures, this delightful story incorporate...

By   Ethan Griffin
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The Blade Itself (First Law #1) by Joe Abercrombie - Book Review
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The Blade Itself (First Law #1) by Joe Abercrombie - Book Review

In a world where there are countless fantasy novels and so little time to read them all, it is difficult to find a book that is as interesting as The Blade Itself. Actually, The Blade Itself encompas...

By   Ethan Griffin
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The Carnivorous Carnival by Daniel Handler - Book Review
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The Carnivorous Carnival by Daniel Handler - Book Review

This is the book where you’ll see Olaf not wearing a disguise for the first time, but you’ll also see the plot picking up the pace. In the Netflix series adaptation, they make a great eff...

By   Ethan Griffin
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The Ersatz Elevator by Daniel Handler - Book Review
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The Ersatz Elevator by Daniel Handler - Book Review

The series begins to expand and the books start to become larger with the sixth book of the series. The Baudelaire orphans are once again sucked into the vortex of finding a guardian and Mr. Poe actu...

By   Ethan Griffin
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The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald - Book Review
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The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald - Book Review

Written in 1925 by F Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby started off as a slow seller. It was only post-World War II, after the author’s demise, did the book rise to prominence as one of the gre...

By   Ethan Griffin
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The Grim Grotto by Daniel Handler - Book Review
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The Grim Grotto by Daniel Handler - Book Review

The Grim Grotto brings the orphans into a whole new locale: the deepest parts of the sea, where they meet with new characters, who are VFD members as well. These people help them in their quest to es...

By   Ethan Griffin
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The Handmaid's Tale by Margaret Atwood - Book Review
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The Handmaid's Tale by Margaret Atwood - Book Review

It may be more famous for its media adaptations, but the book still arguably holds more depth than any of them. Atwood’s bestselling novel narrated by a female protagonist; Offred, takes place...

By   Ethan Griffin
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