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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’sĀ Garden Spells after countless Goodreads “you love Alice Hoffman, you will love Sarah Addison…

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? Yes, it does. However the story was an…

Review: The Lesser Bohemians by Eimear McBride

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  Provided through Library Thing early reviewers. I am not a fan of the stream of consciousness writing style, and unfortunately was not a fan of this book. I found the prose format distracting and confusing at times and…

Review: The Tsar of Love & Techno by Anthony Marra

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  I feel like words cannot accurately describe how much I enjoyed these short stories. Marra manages to produce the ideal mixtape with The Tsar of Love and Techno. Marra returns readers to the terror of Soviet Russia and Stalin’s…