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My Book Review of At the Bottom of New Lake (Warmer collection)

At the Bottom of New Lake by Sonya Larson My rating: 4 of 5 stars Interesting View I liked Chauntao’s view of the world over the teacher’s. It gave an interesting perspective of how disaster broke down the barriers in many ways. It showed that poverty was something much greater than lacking posessions and that the accumulation of “wealth” might

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My Book Review of Spring House

Spring House (Westward Sagas, Book 1) by David Bowles My rating: 4 of 5 stars Revolutionary War Historical Fiction As a history buff and lover of historical fiction, I found this book a fast and entertaining read. A unique blend of academic rhetoric with warm storytelling, it was easy to get lost in this fact-based tale. It was also a

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My Book Review of Olympian Passion: Olympian Love Trilogy Book 1

Olympian Passion by Andrya Bailey My rating: 3 of 5 stars A romance for philhellenes I was drawn to this book because of the beautiful cover as well as my love of archaeology. The idea of Greek mythology and art blended with love at first sight was a lovely premise for a story. Obviously, I needed to know more. What

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My Book Review of Hot Moon (Apollo Rising Book 1)

Hot Moon by Alan Smale My rating: 5 of 5 stars Don’t Be Scared By The Page Count – It’s Fabulous! Yes, I was initially thrown by the page count, but I’ve read short stories that felt like they’d never end because they were so bad. Then there are novels like this one, which are so good they fly by.

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