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#BookReview The Extra Cadaver Murder by Roy Innes

The Extra Cadaver Murder by Roy Innes is honestly one of my new fave mystery books! Canadian book? Check! Murder mystery? Check! Female lead who is realistic? Check! What more can a Canadian book lover, like myself, ask for?! Roy Innes has crafted one amazing book that had me hooked to every word. I almost… Continue reading #BookReview The Extra Cadaver Murder by Roy Innes

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#BookReview The Gift by Stephanie M. Matthews

The Gift by Stephanie M. Matthews was a horrific, thrilling treat! This psychological, thrill ride of a novel showcases a unique take on religion. If Fae crazy? She's hearing voices and a Gift from her grandmother has led her into some tempting and daunting situations. Will she get out alive? Will her friends survive? You'll… Continue reading #BookReview The Gift by Stephanie M. Matthews

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#BookReview The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood

The Handmaid's Tale is a book that I have been debating over since high school. Everyone I know from high school absolutely HATED this book (with a ridiculously strong passion) yet I had this feeling that I should read it anyways. After watching the 2017 television adaptation and LOVING it, I decided it was probably… Continue reading #BookReview The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood

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#BookReview The Water War by Kevin Miller

The Water War is an absolutely brilliant addition to the Milligan Creek series by Kevin Miller! Can I just say, I am oh so frustrated with this series! Why did it have to come out when I was an adult?! I would have ate this book up as a child! This is the most fun… Continue reading #BookReview The Water War by Kevin Miller

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#BookReview Life of Pi by Yann Martel

I have been yearning to read this book for a long time. Everyone I spoke to was obsessed with this book to the n-th degree, so I figured I might feel the same way once I read it. I was highly mistaken. I found this book to be slow moving and boring, even though it… Continue reading #BookReview Life of Pi by Yann Martel

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#BookReview Vi by Kim Thúy

Kim Thúy's beautiful short story, Vi, is a must read for fiction lovers! I won't lie, the fact that this book is so short was what drew me to it. I needed a quick read to keep me occupied while I was in a waiting room and this book was short enough to devour in… Continue reading #BookReview Vi by Kim Thúy

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#BookReview The Charming Predator by Lee MacKenzie

The Charming Predator is an addicting read for anyone who loves true crime. Lately I have been in a reading slump (probably from all of those school textbooks I'm devouring...) and most of the books I should love I haven't been able to connect with. Buuuuut, this book instantly hooked me during this time and… Continue reading #BookReview The Charming Predator by Lee MacKenzie

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#BookReview – Apocalypse the Memoir by CS Oliver

Apocalypse the Memoir by C.S. Oliver I am sad to say this book somehow got swept up into my house and disappeared for a while. I remember writing it down on my "to read" list and then being unable to find it. I went through all of my book shelves (there are many) and was… Continue reading #BookReview – Apocalypse the Memoir by CS Oliver

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Quick Book Review: Into the Blizzard: Walking the Fields of the Newfoundland Dead by Michael Winter

In honour of Canada Day, here is my review of a book about Canada (well, Newfoundland)!! Photo via Goodreads. Since I am a Canadian, I decided this book would be an interesting read that would enhance my knowledge of Canada. And surprisingly, I enjoyed it a lot more than I expected! I wanted to read… Continue reading Quick Book Review: Into the Blizzard: Walking the Fields of the Newfoundland Dead by Michael Winter