Book Review: Commonwealth

“Isn’t that what everyone wants, just for a moment to be unencumbered?” As I mentioned in my August Favorites blog post, I recently finished reading Ann Patchett‘s novel Commonwealth, and thoroughly enjoyed the read. Today I am going to give you all a glance at what the story is about, and what I liked about […]

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Book Review: Mrs. Poe

“I find that the thoughts spoken between the lines are the most important parts of a poem or story.” Welcome to my latest book review. Today I will be talking about a novel called Mrs. Poe, by Lynn Cullen. As always, I like to recommend another book review for you all to read in case you want […]

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Book Review: It Gets Worse

“The problems you have as a kid will seem ridiculous when you get older because bigger and worse problems will come along. But you will learn to deal with them easier as you grow up.” Welcome to another book review! It’s been a while since my last one, but I actually just joined a book […]

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Book Review: An Abundance of Katherines

It’s been a while since my last book review because unfortunately I haven’t had much time for reading lately. But the past few weekends I was able to pick up this book again and finish it, so I wanted to take the time to write a quick review for you all! An Abundance of Katherine is one […]

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Book Review: The Girl On The Train

I’m back with a much-overdue book review! If you read my October Favorites blog, you’ll know the I loved the book The Girl on the Train, and have been planning on writing a review of it since, well, October. So without further adieu, let’s jump right in! “I have lost control over everything. Even the places in my head.” The […]

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Book Review: The Circle

We are not meant to know everything, Mae. Did you ever think that perhaps our minds are delicately calibrated between the known and the unknown? That our souls need the mysteries of night and the clarity of day? I’m back with my second book review (check out my first if you haven’t already).  This time the book […]

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Book Review: Yes Please

“I think we should stop asking people in their 20s what they ‘want to do’ and start asking them what they don’t want to do. Instead of asking students to ‘declare their major’ we should ask students to ‘list what they will do anything to avoid.’ It just makes a lot more sense.” Hey everyone! […]

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