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#BookReview Boston Metaphysical Society by Madeleine Holly-Rosing

Steampunk. Ah, steampunk. I have a love-hate relationship with this sub-genre, but man do I love drowning in it. It's such a guilty pleasure for me, but it can be so hard to find a good steampunk read. Luckily for me, this wonderful graphic novel is the perfect collection of steampunk. I'm not the end… Continue reading #BookReview Boston Metaphysical Society by Madeleine Holly-Rosing

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#BookReview Between Sisters by Cathy Kelly

Between Sisters by Cathy Kelly was a beautiful contemporary drama. This novel follows a family through their treasures and troubles. Cassie and Coco are sisters whose Mother left them when Coco was only one and Cassie was eight. That memory hurts and shapes them as adults, leading to a lot of the conflict in this… Continue reading #BookReview Between Sisters by Cathy Kelly

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#BookReview Ten Seconds by Lucian Lupescu

Ten Seconds by Lucian Lupescu is a delightful little pack of flash fiction to fulfill your TBR shelf. I needed something soft yet brilliant to read, and this just fit the bill. I didn't want tons of commitment, I didn't want something that would make my brain hurt or make me anxious with the world… Continue reading #BookReview Ten Seconds by Lucian Lupescu

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#BookReview My Soul to Give by Magali A. Fréchette

This was one of the many books that got lost among my bookshelves as I organized and cleaned my house. Lucky for me, I finally found it hidden in my house and decided to binge this baby. And oh, it was well worth the wait! My Soul to Give by Magali A. Fréchette is a… Continue reading #BookReview My Soul to Give by Magali A. Fréchette

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#BookReview Brandon Makes Jiǎo Zi by Eugenia Chu

Brandon Makes Jiǎo Zi (餃子) is a beautiful little story that should be read across the nation! Jiǎo zi is a dumpling, in case you didn't know (because I didn't until the book told me!). Brandon loves dumplings - make them and eat them (mostly eat, obviously). One day, Brandon's Grandma from China comes to… Continue reading #BookReview Brandon Makes Jiǎo Zi by Eugenia Chu

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#BookReview Blood Rain by Rajeev Singh

Blood Rain by Rajeev Singh is another dip into erotic horror that will steal the spotlight. Erotic horror is one of those criss-cross genres. It's creepy yet sexual (as the name implies) but hits in such a strange way. I don't know whether to be scared, horrified or shocked. A group of five get isolated… Continue reading #BookReview Blood Rain by Rajeev Singh

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#BookReview Love Comes for the Army Ranger by Savannah Adams

Yet again, Savannah Adams has crafted a beautiful, little, love story that will set your heart on fire. This series is totally in my obsession list. I can't get enough of the characters and the sweet relationships that are built among them. Not only are we introduced to new characters, but we get to see… Continue reading #BookReview Love Comes for the Army Ranger by Savannah Adams

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#BookReview Incredible Cacao (Miss Tree Tale’s #2) by Deepa Remesh

To misquote the first sentence in this book, it was a beautiful book! Miss Tree Tales is a wonderful little series all about educating the people about the environment! Last time around we learned about coconuts and sustainability and this time we get to learn about cacao (mmmm...chocolate... cue the Homer Simpson reference). Our heroes,… Continue reading #BookReview Incredible Cacao (Miss Tree Tale’s #2) by Deepa Remesh

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#BookReview Marie Curie and the Power of Persistence

Who doesn't love a book about a strong female character? Especially a girl like me who grew up needing some strong female influences! Marie Curie and the Power of Persistence is a wonderful, little book that is a must read for children. To begin with, there is a super, evil villain who has decided the… Continue reading #BookReview Marie Curie and the Power of Persistence