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The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon by Stephen King - Book review
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The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon by Stephen King - Book review

The forest is no place to get lost, especially if you’re a 9-year-old girl. But when Trisha falls back from her mother and brother’s non-stop arguing during a family hike, she unknowingly...

By   Reanna Quitzon Reanna Quitzon
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The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho - Book Review
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The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho - Book Review

Few authors can portray simple messages so distinguishably and profound, as Paulo Coelho. Nothing highlights this better than his bestseller, The Alchemist. The moment you start reading through the f...

By   Zora Flatley Zora Flatley
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The First of God by Frederick Forsyth - Book Review
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The First of God by Frederick Forsyth - Book Review

Frederick Forsyth’s The Fist of God, which was published in 1994, is set in the Persian Gulf War. It is a work of fiction that revolves around real events of the Gulf War by pitching an alterna...

By   Zora Flatley Zora Flatley
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The Dark Half by Stephen King - Book review
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The Dark Half by Stephen King - Book review

Thad Beaumont has a secret, or at least had a secret. Writing under his own name had proved to be less than flattering, his books failing to lift off. But when Thad begins to write under the name Geor...

By   Reanna Quitzon Reanna Quitzon
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The Eye of the World, by Robert Jordan - Book Review
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The Eye of the World, by Robert Jordan - Book Review

“The Eye of the World” opens like any other high fantasy epic. We have Rand, the farm boy, who hails from a small rural community in the Twin Rivers; far away from the magic and mayhem of...

By   Reanna Quitzon Reanna Quitzon
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The Wind Through the Keyhole, by Stephen King - Book Review
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The Wind Through the Keyhole, by Stephen King - Book Review

Back in the “Dark Tower” universe, “Wind Through the Keyhole” was the last of the books to be released. It is a side-story, a one-off, Stephen King wanted to tell that has litt...

By   Reanna Quitzon Reanna Quitzon
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Twilight by Stephanie Meyer - Book Review
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Twilight by Stephanie Meyer - Book Review

Heralded by many as the book that resurrected the vampire genre, Stephanie Meyer comes on the heels of famed writers such as Anne Rice and L.J smith, but she manages to breathe life into the genre and...

By   Reanna Quitzon Reanna Quitzon
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God and the State by Mikhail Aleksandrovich Bakunin - Book Review
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God and the State by Mikhail Aleksandrovich Bakunin - Book Review

Mikhail Bakunin is considered the godfather of the anarchist movement and his book “God and the State” lays solid foundations for the principles of communist-anarchism and anarcho-syndical...

By   Adonis Monahan Adonis Monahan
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The Dragon Reborn by Robert Jordan - Book Review
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The Dragon Reborn by Robert Jordan - Book Review

This is the third book of the fourteen part series, and arguably the climax of the last three books. It picks up after the events of “The Great Hunt”, with Rand al’ Thor as the procl...

By   Adonis Monahan Adonis Monahan
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The Great and Secret Show by Clive Barker - Book Review
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The Great and Secret Show by Clive Barker - Book Review

The theme here is duality. We start off with a bored mailman working in the mail sorting room in Nebraska. This man’s name is Jaffe. By sorting through the dead letters of America, he stumbles u...

By   Adonis Monahan Adonis Monahan
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