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  • Review: Greedy Pigs by Matt Wallace

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    Sin du Jour returns in full force with the fifth installment, Greedy Pigs. If you haven’t started the novella series about a catering company that caters (gotta love puns!) to a high-powered…

  • Review: The Shadow Land by Elizabeth Kostova

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    A land that looked nearly untouched by history, a Grimms’ fairy tale setting in Alexandra’s eyes. Elizabeth Kostova dazzled once again for me in The Shadow Land. As a fan of Kostova’s The Historian…

  • Review: First Frost by Sarah Addison Allen

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    Garden Spells didn’t need a sequel but it was pleasant to step back into the Waverly house once more. I first picked up Sarah Addison Allen’s Garden Spells after countless Goodreads “you…

  • Review: Replica by Lauren Oliver

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    Lauren Oliver is often hit or miss for me. This was definitely a miss. Replica tells the story of two girls, Lyra and Gemma. Lyra, a clone, lives in the Haven Institute.…

  • Review: The Guineveres by Sarah Domet

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    The blurb is what really captivated me to pick up this book. Four girls, all named Guinevere, all abandoned by their families at the Sisters of the Supreme Adoration. Sounds interesting?…

  • Review: The Dark Monk by Oliver Pötzsch

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    I absolutely loved Pötzsch’s first book in this series. It was a smart historical mystery-thriller that I couldn’t put down. However, I didn’t enjoy this book as much. The Knight’s Templar/Monk angle…