This book is about a guide dog who loses his vision and must embark on a quest to get his vision back. Is that not just the cutest story concept ever? Anyway, check out this awesome review by Nen & Jen. -Sav Title: BearAuthor: Ben Queen, Joe Todd-Stanton (Illustrator)Genre: Graphic Novel / Middle GradePublication Date: …

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Dare I share something written by a Trump? Yes, but please, before you unfollow and think I’m an idiot read The Bibliophagist‘s review. Mary L. Trump sheds an interesting light on the dark Trump history, and gives us a peek into why Donald may be the dangerous man that he is. -Sav Too Much and …

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I love reading TV show reviews because theres nothing worse than missing a good show or wasting time on a bad one. To find out if The Man in the High Castle (based on the book) is for you, check out R. Crunden’s Blog. -Sav I put off watching The Man in the High Castle …

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The Whitsun Daughters is a novel that starts off strong but flops at the end. To learn more click the link to check out We Write At Dawn‘s full review. – Sav I received a copy of The Whitsun Daughters by Carrie Mesrobian from Penguin Teen in exchange for an honest review. So my initial …

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I have this book and I’m excited to read it. This review made me even more excited because I feel like it’s honest and confirmed that the book will be what I was expecting. Check out the review for yourself. -Sav Title: A Song Below Water (A Song Below Water #1) Author: Bethany C. Morrow …

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Check out this audiobook review by The Critiquing Chemist. I love audiobooks, and it seems like this one dances the line between good and great. I think I’ll have to check it out. – Sav Rate: 3.5/5; Shorefall was an action packed followup to Foundryside that wields death and magic in equal measures. Shorefall by Robert …

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I didn’t realize how gorgeous this blog is because I’ve only ever read their posts in the WordPress reader, and this is one of the most beautiful blogs that I’ve seen. On top of that, this review is great. It breaks the story down and gives you an honest opinion on the story. Check it …

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As I’ve mentioned before I’m All Booked Up is an excellent source for reviews. I trust they’re opinions and we tend to have similar tastes. So check out this review, who knows? You might find your next read. – Sav Maddie’s childhood was perfect. As the daughter a U.S. Secret Service Agent, Maddie spent a …

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Check out this awesome review by Paws & Paperbacks, and learn why they were captivated by this book. I think I’m adding this to my TBR. -Sav Title: Fable (Fable #1)Author: Adrienne YoungRating: ★★★★½ ARC provided by Wednesday Books through NetGalley. There’s something about Adrienne Young’s writing that makes me fly through the pages and …

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Hawthorn Book Reviews not only highly recommends this book, but they break down their every though and really give you an inside glimpse into A Game of Wings and Marks. I strongly suggest that you check this review out! -Sav Hey guys, I am back from my wee trip away! It was so nice and …

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I have a couple bloggers who interact with me fairly regularly and have awesome blogs themselves. I think that if you enjoy my blog then you will definitely enjoy theirs. Here is my list, check them out! I’m All Booked Up I’m All Booked Up is ran by Christy and Claire. They are obsessed with …

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If you’re into intense mysteries check out this review by celinelingg. You might find your next read. -Sav Genre : Thriller, Mystery Page : 325 pages Published : 5th February 2019 Alicia Berenson’s life is seemingly perfect. A famous painter married to an … Book Review : The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides

The Orchid Throne is part fantasy, part drama, part romance, and these three components are brought together in a way that even a romance hater such as myself enjoyed. This one is not for the faint of heart, and is sure to have something in store for everyone. We find ourselves dropped into a story …

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Is there any other event in history as ironically tragic as the sinking of both the Titanic and Bittanic? Sister ships destined to the same watery grave. In The Deep, Alma Katsu the author of previously reviewed The Hunger, explores both tragedies and connects them in a ghostly manner. The Deep is mostly about a …

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