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#BookReview The American Crusade by Mark Spivak

The American Crusade by Mark Spivak was a fast-paced thriller full of excitement! I normally don't go for political thrillers, but I like to spice up my reading shelf once and a while. Mark Spivak's novel, the American Crusade, seemed like the perfect fit! And man, was it ever! I can honestly say this book… Continue reading #BookReview The American Crusade by Mark Spivak

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#BookReview A Long, Hot Summer by Kathleen MacMahon

The Long, Hot Summer by Kathleen MacMahon is one of the loveliest books I've read this year. Family drama, generations of Irish men & ladies, comedy, tragedy and character growth. What more could a girl ask for in novel? Not much else!! I was truly surprised by how amazing this book was, considering it has… Continue reading #BookReview A Long, Hot Summer by Kathleen MacMahon

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#BookReview The Rainbow Vintner by Geza Tatrallyay

  Geza Tatrallyay has made another fantastic and thrilling novel! The Rainbow Vintner follows Morgan and Alex on one wild ride in Bordeaux, France. The story of this novel is influenced heavily by recent terror events and puts a brand new lens on these incidences. When Morgan and Alex get caught up in a giant… Continue reading #BookReview The Rainbow Vintner by Geza Tatrallyay

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#BookReview Dude, Where’s My Country? by Michael Moore

I love Michael Moore's documentaries - they are funny, reflect on real events and always get my mind moving. With that in mind, picking up this book just seemed so natural! I found a copy at a local charity book sale and I figured, why not read it? Unfortunately, I didn't love it as much… Continue reading #BookReview Dude, Where’s My Country? by Michael Moore

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#BookReview Dare to Dream by Hudson Lin from the Rogue Nights Anthology Collection

Due to time constraints, I was only able to read Hudson Lin's story. But, if the rest of these stories are half as good as Dare to Dream by Hudson Lin, then this anthology is absolutely fantastic! This story follows Diego and Derek, two laws students, and their growing bond. Diego is a DACA recipient… Continue reading #BookReview Dare to Dream by Hudson Lin from the Rogue Nights Anthology Collection

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#BookReview The Wife’s Tale by Aida Edemariam

  The Wife's Tale is a beautiful history of a family that will pull at your heart strings. My goodness, this book was impossible for me to put down. This breath taking recount of a woman's life in Ethiopia was truly incredible. I'm Canadian and I haven't left North America, so reading about other people's… Continue reading #BookReview The Wife’s Tale by Aida Edemariam

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#BookReview Celebrity Chef Zombie Apocalypse by Jack Strange

  Jack Strange is, yet again, the master of the comedic horror genre. "Having a dead chef as a front man would be a television first..." - a quote that perfectly summarizes this entire book in a nutshell. I'm always impressed by Jack Strange - he is a unique writer that is easily able to… Continue reading #BookReview Celebrity Chef Zombie Apocalypse by Jack Strange

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#BookReview The Mountain Man’s Badge

    The Mountain Man's Badge (book #3) packs a real punch as the third book in this spectacular series. This series is one of my recent favourites, and I highly recommend it to anyone who hasn't picked up a great thriller novel in the past year! Gary Corbin makes an exciting, fast paced novel… Continue reading #BookReview The Mountain Man’s Badge

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#BookReview The Mountain Man’s Dog by Gary Corbin

  The Mountain Man's Dog is a thrilling read! This book is a fantastic mixture of action, romance, mystery and a dash of politics! We follow Lehigh (Lee) and his dog Lucky as he woos an old friend named Stacy and gets involved with the wrong people... The fast paced momentum of this book will… Continue reading #BookReview The Mountain Man’s Dog by Gary Corbin

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#BookReview Carry Me by Peter Behrens

Carry Me by Peter Behrens is a beautifully woven tale of the world wars that gives a unique perspective into the life of people in those times. The first half of this book was incredibly addicting to me, and I could hardly put it down. It was a solid five out of five stars, and… Continue reading #BookReview Carry Me by Peter Behrens