Book Reviews

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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Pretty Girl 13 by Liz Coley Review

There is something quietly gripping about this book, Pretty Girls 13 by Liz Coley, even while having a somewhat more low-key feeling overall. Though I certainly wanted to know the details of what’s happened to Angie, the actual playout, of finding out she’s got multiple personalities and the subsequent attempts at merging them, had a […]

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Taken by Erin Bowman Review

Taken by Erin Bowman Review

Taken by Erin Bowman is an interesting book. There were a lot of things I really liked about it and several I didn’t like. It is a tough book to review because it will absolutely appeal to its target audience and there are some great things about it; however, I do feel like it could have […]

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Busy by Tony Crabbe Book

The Book Busy by Tony Crabbe Review

The Best Book on the Business Time Management Issues Busy by Tony Crabbe is absolutely one of the most influential books that had a really big impact on my life and business, but also many others. The absolutely unique approach towards the business success and happiness in life that Tony introduced is just amazing and […]

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Lovely Dark and Deep by Amy McNamara

Lovely, Dark and Deep by Amy McNamara Review

I grabbed Lovely, Dark and Deep by Amy McNamara out of my stack of books on a whim, not knowing exactly the lasting effect the book would have on me. It’s one of the most beautifully written books I’ve read in a very long time. When I opened the book and began reading, I was […]

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dead and buried by Kim Harrington

Dead and Buried by Kim Harrington Review

Though there were certainly some great elements to this one and Jade was an interesting character, the twist in this one was predictable and admittedly a bit of a letdown. The clues were a bit too obvious and easy to pin down, and even if the specific reasons for things were yet to be revealed, the […]

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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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