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    Chasing Serenity By Kristen Ashley Book Review.

    I am a huge Kristen Ashley fan and I’ve read all of her books. This book can be read as a standalone but it is a book 2 in River Rain series. The Story & Characters Chasing Serenity is a story about grief, family, and relationships, as well as multi-layered secrets and lies, acceptance and understanding. Kristen Ashley gradually reveals the family histories of both Chloe and Judge, allowing us to see a pattern that has affected everyone in the long term. The book explored the impact of death, divorce, and suicide. Chasing Serenity is rife with conflict, misplaced pain and grief, sibling rivalry, internal struggles and love. Chloe Pierce…

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    SIX CRIMSON CRANES BY ELIZABETH LIM Book Review

    This book has been on my TBR pile for quite some time. It’s such a shame I waited this long to read it. The Cover of this book is absolutely gorgeous! About the book Shiori is Kiata’s princess, However Magic is forbidden in her father’s realm, but it runs through her veins. Raikama makes a fantastic villain as a wicked stepmother. The plot reminded me of a fairytale, and this book has all of the elements of one. This novel includes a lot of action and adventure, which I really enjoyed. In addition there was suspense, romance, battle and dragons! in this story. It was epic and had just about…

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    Daisy Jones & The Six by Taylor Jenkins Reid – Book Review.

    There is no need for an introduction to this book. If you’re a fan of contemporary romance; you’ve probably seen this book at a bookstore or heard great things about it on social media. Despite the fact that I am writing about Daisy Jones & The Six by Taylor Jenkins Reid at a late hour; but I have just finished reading it. I put off reading this book for some reason and had never read anything by this author before. The book is structured like a music documentary with people’s statements, and a few articles thrown in for good measure. There is no back-and-forth conversation, inner thoughts, or unnecessary description.…

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    Agatha Christie’s three books I loved!

    Agatha Christie was a well-known mystery author in her day. Her story’s suspense and thrill are unparalleled in today’s world.I’m not sure if today’s mystery writers will create works of such enduring appeal for future generations; I guess we’ll have to wait and see. The following are some of my favorite Agatha Christie novels. Murder on the Orient Express book by Agatha Christie We follow poirot on a train through the snowy mountains as he investigates a murder. Because of the snow, the train is stuck where it is; restricting the movements of all potential culprits and rendering escape impossible. This, of course, sets up the perfect mystery, so we…

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    Norse Mythology by Neil Gaiman : Book Review

    The Plot The worlds of Thor, Loki, and Odin are popular thanks to Marvel. Gaiman follows in that footsteps. In his Norse Mythology, these are also the three main characters. Odin is the gods’ lord, highest and oldest. Thor, his son, is the most powerful, wielding Mjollnir, a hammer forged by dwarfs. Loki is a master manipulator who sometimes offends the gods with his shenanigans. Freya is the lovely lady with a mind of her own. The first few pages are a little tedious because they include an introduction to Asgard, the world of Norse mythology—we’re mostly bombarded with new titles, gods’ equipment, and so on. After that, we’ll move…