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The Last Dough Boys by Richard Rubin Review

Today’s Book-of-the-day, The Last of the Doughboys, is about World War I soldiers (back in 1918) who are still alive. They were born in the 1800s, lived through the 1900s, and made it into the 2000s. Three centuries. So wise… This guy who is 106 years old says, “I don’t care anything about age. It doesn’t […]

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The young elites by Marie Lu

The Young Elites by Marie Lu Review

Have you ever wanted to know the villain’s side of the story? Do you ever wonder what motivates the “bad” characters in books? Well, if that is something you have been looking for, then look no further. Marie Lu has managed to tell a magnificent and dark story from alternating antagonist points of view. Yes, […]

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talon by Julie Kagawa book

Talon by Julie Kagawa Review

I am a huge fan of Julie Kagawa. As soon as this book was available for pre-order, I jumped all over it. Talon is the best of both worlds, Julie Kagawa and DRAGONS! Kagawa has managed to take Dragons, The Order of Saint George, and California and make them totally familiar to a Midwestern person like […]

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