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#BookReview Lost Boy by Shelley Hrdlitschka

Lost Boy by Shelley Hrdlitschka is a unique read that will take you away to a whole new culture. I was unsure how I would feel about this book, and honestly I'm still a little confused. Jon left a polygamous community to try to find a life of his own. He doesn't believe in the… Continue reading #BookReview Lost Boy by Shelley Hrdlitschka

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#BookReview A Spoke in the Wheel by Kathleen Jowitt

A Spoke in the Wheel by Kathleen Jowitt is a lovely contemporary novel following the lives of a former cyclist. Ben, our former cyclist who had to quit the sport due to a doping scandal, moves in with Vicky and Polly. All three love cycling to various degrees, and that's what brings them together. We… Continue reading #BookReview A Spoke in the Wheel by Kathleen Jowitt

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#BookReview My Sunshine Away by M.O. Walsh

  My Sunshine Away by M.O. Walsh is a haunting yet beautiful tale about a tragic childhood. This book has blown me away with how thought provoking it is! M.O. Walsh's beautiful writing style tells the tale of fifteen year old Lindy (in our narrator's point of view) and the horrors that occur in their… Continue reading #BookReview My Sunshine Away by M.O. Walsh

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#BookReview Driving on the Left by Gail Ward Olmsted

  Driving on the Left is a beautiful character drama following a mother and a daughter on their trip in Ireland. This beautiful story really blew my socks off - I wasn't expecting this fantastic story in what sounded like a cheesey romance novel. Following Jackie and Becca and their somewhat parallel stories was breathtaking… Continue reading #BookReview Driving on the Left by Gail Ward Olmsted