Book review: Guilty Survival

Dear Edward 2020 Author – Ann Napolitano Rating – ⭐⭐⭐ One of the most heart wrenching contemporary books I’ve read is The Goldfinch by Donna Tartt. I hadn’t read anything like it in such a long time that I had nearly given up on reading books published after the 1960s. Theo’s pain was so real […]

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Classical Misses

If you like reading, there’s a high chance that you have a favorite classic! It doesn’t matter your preferred genre or the number of books read in a year, I think most people would agree that everyone can find that one “classic” book that they like. Classics have been talked about since what feels like […]

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Falling in Love with ebooks

Oh! What a feeling it is to hold a physical book in your hands, to feel the rough texture of paper, the distinct smells of old and new books, the sensation of flipping through the pages and seeing the number dwindle on the left side; the broken spines and the spaces to take notes and […]

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Book Review: A little weird Little Weirds

Little Weirds 2019  Author – Jenny Slate                                         Rating – ⭐⭐ I don’t usually read memoirs or autobiographies anymore. People are rarely as saintly as they hope to appear through their words and it skewers perception since it provides only one half of a story. All of this doesn’t seem to be much of a problem […]

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