Wandering Stars by Tommy Orange // Book Review
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by Simone
1M ago
“Wandering stars, to whom it is reserved the blackness of darkness forever.” Here’s more about Wandering Stars Colorado, 1864. Star, a young survivor of the Sand Creek Massacre, is brought to the Fort Marion Prison Castle, where he is forced to learn English and practice Christianity by Richard Henry Pratt, an evangelical prison guard who ..read more
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Not in Love by Ali Hazelwood // Book Review
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by Simone
1M ago
I will admit, I was drawn to this one by the cover. It’s not one of those “oh this is a cutesy cover, but we’re going to hit you in the face with a side of spice,” but definitely brought the spice and story for me. Here’s more about Not in Love Rue Siebert might ..read more
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The Emily Henry Summer Reading Challenge
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by Simone
1M ago
What better way to spend the summer than reading some great romances from an impeccable author? Recently, I was on Instagram and noticed that everyone has their favorite Emily Henry book. And while I’ve read most of Emily Henry books, I thought I would try and figure out my favorite. The hard part? I don’t ..read more
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I only read one book this month and that’s okay!
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by Simone
1M ago
Looking back at my reading this May has been a little surprising. While I’ve been reading on and off again, I’ve actually only finished one book. I started off the month strong and finished a book I’d been reading for three weeks, but then after that I started and finished one other book. In the ..read more
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Annie Bot by Sierra Greer // Book Review
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by Simone
2M ago
Never thought I would be rooting for a robot… Here’s more about the book Annie Bot was created to be the perfect girlfriend for her human owner, Doug. Designed to satisfy his emotional and physical needs, she has dinner ready for him every night, wears the cute outfits he orders for her, and adjusts her ..read more
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A Novel Love Story by Ashley Poston // Book Review
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by Simone
2M ago
If you’ve ever wanted to find a fictional world somewhere in the real world, then this is the romance for you. Thanks to Berkley for the gifted read. Here’s more about A Novel Love Story Eileen Merriweather loves to get lost in a good happily-ever-after. The fictional kind, anyway. Because at least imaginary men don’t ..read more
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Funny Story by Emily Henry // Book Review
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by Simone
3M ago
I’m a huge fan of Emily Henry and the newest from her has been such a delight! Here’s more about Funny Story Daphne always loved the way her fiancé Peter told their story. How they met (on a blustery day), fell in love (over an errant hat), and moved back to his lakeside hometown to ..read more
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How to Live Safely in a Science Fictional Universe by Charles Yu // Book Review
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by Simone
3M ago
I’m a huge fan of stories full of character-driven energy, filled with science fiction tropes, and pulls on your heart in that way only a good science fiction story that wants you to believe in humanity again could ever do. Here’s more about How to Live Safely in a Science Fictional Universe A story of ..read more
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Happily Never After by Lynn Painter // Book Review
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by Simone
3M ago
There was something about the premise that really drew me to this book; a set of wedding objectors that go around stopping weddings before they tie the knot. But what you get is so much more and at the same time, not enough. Here’s more about Happily Never After When Sophie Steinbeck finds out just ..read more
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Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? by Philip K Dick // Book Review
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by Simone
3M ago
My first PKD and I don’t think it’ll be my last. Reading a book that’s supposed to be set in the future, but that future is 2021 and it’s now 2024…that’s a bit weird, but I don’t think PKD skimped in any way on its science fiction-y components or its even bigger themes. Here’s more ..read more
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