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Dragonfly In Amber (#2 book in The Outlander series) by Diana Gabaldon; a book discussion.

I said before in my previous discussion of this book that it was the “bad ass of a book gang”(Outlander ( book #1 By Diana Gabaldon Outlander series); book review.) This one was a lot different in that regard. This one isn’t for after long days and you just want to relax. This book is… Continue reading Dragonfly In Amber (#2 book in The Outlander series) by Diana Gabaldon; a book discussion.

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Agatha Christie; An Autobiography; a book discussion.

The best word that I can think of to describe this book is the word “charming”. It’s charming like an old home that you spent your childhood in and revisited it well into your adulthood. It leaves you with quite a mystic feeling. If old, you might as well be as old as possible- Agatha… Continue reading Agatha Christie; An Autobiography; a book discussion.

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The Last Olympian (the 5th and final book in the Percy Jackson series) by Rick Riordan book review.

I just finished this book this morning and I could just scream from cuteness, humor, and the feels. First of all, we need to talk about Percy and Annabeth “I mean sure, she has always been cute, but she was starting to be seriously beautiful.” Yes. Yes. Yes. I so ship it so much. I… Continue reading The Last Olympian (the 5th and final book in the Percy Jackson series) by Rick Riordan book review.

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The Wonderful Wizard of Oz by L. Frank Baum; a book review.

I have to admit that I had high hopes for this book, and the beginning was great but the end just made me feel-well-meh. I was hoping for something more profound and moral. Like they all found a piece of themselves that they had all along, or some cheesy stuff like that . But alas,… Continue reading The Wonderful Wizard of Oz by L. Frank Baum; a book review.

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Duplicity Dogged the Dachshund by Blaize Clement( book 2 in the Dixie Hemingway Mystery); a book review.

This book had the same problem as the last one. It. Was. Way. Too. Predictable. The writing is beautiful and invoked empathy and emotion, but the plot was lacking.Although, I have to admit that this book was better than the last and it was less predicable than the last. But back to the writing. It… Continue reading Duplicity Dogged the Dachshund by Blaize Clement( book 2 in the Dixie Hemingway Mystery); a book review.