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#BookReview Hidden Valley Road: Inside the Mind of an American Family by Robert Kolker

If you want your mind completely blown away then grab this book! Hidden Valley Road: Inside the Mind of an American Family has been sitting on my shelf for probably too long. I've looked at it, thought about reading it, and then just decided otherwise. I wanted more fiction in my life! Or so I… Continue reading #BookReview Hidden Valley Road: Inside the Mind of an American Family by Robert Kolker

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#BookReview Spiral by Khaled Talib

Khaled Talib has crafted another magnificent thriller, called Spirals, to keep you on the edge of your seats. In Spiral, Laurence Turner is apart of many tragic, surprise events that just keep coming his way. He's been around enough dead people to make it suspicious. Honestly, it's amazing this guy hasn't been labelled suspicious before!… Continue reading #BookReview Spiral by Khaled Talib

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#BookReview I Miss You Most by Cassie Hoyt

I Miss You Most by Cassie Hoyt is an adorable picture book all about missing someone.  This is a great picture book filled with colourful illustrations that showcase the feeling of missing someone. It can be read as a story of grief or simply missing someone who is far away. I think this can be… Continue reading #BookReview I Miss You Most by Cassie Hoyt

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#BookReview The Underground Toy Society: You’re the Illustrator by Jessica D. Adams

The Underground Toy Society: You're The Illustrator by Jessica D. Adams is a delightful book to pick up if you are seeking some activities for your children. This series is one of my guilty pleasures. It's simplistic yet genius, cute yet versatile and just all around awesome. Instead of just a story, this time we… Continue reading #BookReview The Underground Toy Society: You’re the Illustrator by Jessica D. Adams

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#BookReview Two Mothers by K. Kris Loomis

Two Mothers is a horrifyingly great book by K. Kris Loomis. It features postpartum depression across generations, with two women (who become Mothers) being connected despite being many years apart. The first chapter alone having a 15 year old giving birth but potentially having to give that child up is… intriguing. It draws you in… Continue reading #BookReview Two Mothers by K. Kris Loomis

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#BookReview 100 Tiny Tales by K. Kris Loomis

This book features one hundred drabbles (stories with one hundred words) by K. Kris Loomis. I had never heard of a drabble before, but man does it sound tough! How does one write a story and perfectly sum it up in one hundred words?! I'm awful at describing myself in little words, so kudos to… Continue reading #BookReview 100 Tiny Tales by K. Kris Loomis

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#BookReview Snowbound (Milligan Creek #5) by Kevin Milligan

There is nothing I love more than another Milligan Creek book! I can't express how pumped I was when I heard there was another book coming from Kevin Miller. The Milligan Creek series is one of my top middle grade series EVER (and yeah, that's a big deal - I read a lot) so I… Continue reading #BookReview Snowbound (Milligan Creek #5) by Kevin Milligan

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#BookReview Hidden by Catherine McKenzie

Hidden by Catherine McKenzie was the most surprising book of the year - it 200% exceeded my expectations! If you haven't read this book, I'd highly recommend it. This contemporary novel follows the death of a man and the fallout that ensues. Jeff steps into the street (with his eyes closed, bad decision on his… Continue reading #BookReview Hidden by Catherine McKenzie

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#BookReview Urban Gothic by Stephen M. Coghlan

Urban Gothic by Stephen M. Coghlan is the dark, mythic novel I've been searching for. Do you remember back in English class where they said don't use words in the sentence to describe the sentence? Well, I'm gonna break that rule. This book FELT gothic. It gave me goth vibes in so many ways, and… Continue reading #BookReview Urban Gothic by Stephen M. Coghlan

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#BookReview Breakfast at Bronzefield by Sophie Campbell

Breakfast at Bronzefield is one of the best books I've read this year. No jokes. No lies. It's one of those books that opens you up to a world you might have heard of, but never really truly knew about before. I've watched Orange is the New Black, and have heard all of the stories… Continue reading #BookReview Breakfast at Bronzefield by Sophie Campbell