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F. Stephen Foster – A Ghost Refused: Kendra’s Denial | Review

A Ghost Refused: Kendra’s Denial by F. Stephen Foster is an interesting book, to say the least. My experience reading it was mostly uncomfortable. Let me explain… The story follows Kendra. She had lost her husband to suicide a few … Continue reading

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Jacqueline Terrill – The Hunt | Review

The Hunt by Jacqueline Terrill is a gripping piece of fiction. This action-packed story follows Rachel from the moment her life starts rapidly falling apart. Her husband has changed and seems to have many secrets. After a brief fight, Rachel … Continue reading

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Daniel Newwyn – The Colour of Your Voice | Review

The Colour of Your Voice by Daniel Newwyn is a story that took me by surprise. The beauty of the writing is what dragged me into it. Violet knelt down to the ground as the sounds of Turner grew quieter … Continue reading

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Let’s talk shit about Stephen King’s It

I’ve decided to try a bit of a different approach to this book. It won’t be a book review in a traditional sense, but more of an essay. I will cover some of the main controversy of this book and … Continue reading

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Robert Steven Goldstein – Enemy Queen | Review

Enemy Queen by Robert Steven Goldstein is an interesting new novel. I cannot exactly say in which genre category I would put it in… perhaps general fiction, or mystery? It is certainly adult fiction. Well, well, well… this is quite … Continue reading

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Megan Hunter – The Harpy | Review

The Harpy by Megan Hunter is a piece of fiction I am unable to categorize in a specific genre since it is incredibly unique. This is one of the most fascinating stories I’ve ever read. The protagonist is a woman … Continue reading

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Susana Fortes – Quattrocento | Review

Where do I even start? With a disclaimer, I guess. Since this book hasn’t yet been translated in English all the quotations are my translations of the book. So they might not be the best, but I tried my best … Continue reading

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