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Three Musketeers

The End of Loneliness by Benedict Wells is a new fiction release on the shelves. Translated from the original German, the emotion filled story is one I enjoyed very much. Told in the first-person by Jules who is the youngest … Continue reading

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Girls In White Dresses

The Summer Before the War by Helen Simonson begins in England just prior to the First World War and ends after the fighting is over. There are a number of interesting characters in the novel. The main character is a … Continue reading

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Metamorphosis

The Unchangeable Spots of Leopards by Kristopher Jansma is a Fabulous book!  I love so much about this book that it’s difficult to know where to begin!  This is the debut novel of a very youthful looking author with a … Continue reading

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Sheer Genius

I resurrected another oldie but goodie when I chose to read Belvedere by Gwen Davenport!  Having enjoyed the movie based on the book, I decided to see what the original story line was.  Oddly enough, the book is quite different … Continue reading

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