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WWW Wednesday: August 15th, 2018

Hope everyone is having a lovely Wednesday! Here’s another week of WWW Wednesday: WWW Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by Taking on a World of Words. To participate, just answer the following three questions: 1. What are you currently reading?      2. What did you recently finish reading? Recently, I finished four books: three children’s books…… Continue reading WWW Wednesday: August 15th, 2018

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ARC Review: The Coordinates of Loss by Amanda Prowse

Pages: 330 Genre: Contemporary Fiction Publication Date: September 25, 2018 Story Perspective: Alternating Third-Person Themes: Grief, Loss, Family, Friendship, Confusion, Love, Healing, Forgiveness This book was given for free, courtesy by NetGalley  and Lake Union Publishing. Rachel and James Croft have a great life – they are in love, have a beautiful boy, and live in a place some consider paradise.…… Continue reading ARC Review: The Coordinates of Loss by Amanda Prowse

Book of My Choosing - 2018 · Book Review · Fantasy/Paranormal/SciFi · NetGalley · Young Adult

Book Review: The Wicked Deep by Shea Ernshaw

Pages: 320 Genre: Fantasy/Young Adult/Paranormal Publication Date: March 6, 2018 Story Perspective: First-Person Themes: Romance, Revenge, Identity, Retribution, Redemption, Regret This book was given for free, courtesy by NetGalley  and Simon and Schuster Children’s Publishing. Once there were three sisters who were accused of witchcraft. Due to this, the three were sentenced to death. However, every year, for two centuries, the…… Continue reading Book Review: The Wicked Deep by Shea Ernshaw

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Book Review: The Gallery of Wonders by Marc Remus

Pages: 252 Genre: Children/Middle Grade/Fantasy Publication Date: January 22, 2016 Story Perspective: Third-Person Themes: Friendship, Confidence, Bullying, Self-Esteem This book was given for free, courtesy by NetGalley  and Misty Moon Books. Losing her grandfather, Holly feels sadness and lost. Then, living with the Smoralls isn’t easy as they treat her as more of a maid than a child. However, one…… Continue reading Book Review: The Gallery of Wonders by Marc Remus

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ARC Review: Every Note Played by Lisa Genova

Pages: 320 Genre: Contemporary Fiction Publication Date: March 30, 2018 Story Perspective: Alternating Third-Person Themes: Divorce, Relationships, Deception, Loss, Self Reflection, Forgiveness This book was given for free, courtesy by NetGalley  and Gallery, Threshold, Pocket Books. Richard was a well-known traveling pianist who has played with the best in America’s best venues. His love for piano and classical music is his life. However,…… Continue reading ARC Review: Every Note Played by Lisa Genova

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ARC Review: Bob by Wendy Mass & Rebecca Stead

Pages: 208 Genre: Children/Fantasy Publication Date: May 1, 2018 Story Perspective: Alternating First-Person Themes: Rekindling Friendship, Imagination, Magic, Family, Helping One Another, Drought, Farm Life This book was given for free, courtesy by NetGalley  and Macmillan Children’s Publishing Group. After five years away, Livy returns back to Australia, with her mom and sister, to visit her grandmother. Since Livy was…… Continue reading ARC Review: Bob by Wendy Mass & Rebecca Stead

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ARC Review: To Kill a Kingdom by Alexandra Christo

Pages: 346 Genre: Fantasy/Romance/Young Adult Publication Date:  March 6, 2018 Story Perspective: Alternating First-Person Themes: Royalty, Responsibilities, Negotiation, Acceptance, Romance, Trust, Loyalty, Honesty This book was given for free, courtesy by NetGalley  and Macmillan Children’s Publishing Group. Young Lira is of siren ancestry and is next in line to become queen. However, it seems that no matter what she does,…… Continue reading ARC Review: To Kill a Kingdom by Alexandra Christo