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A book review: Lost Frequencies (ARC)

I was fortunate enough to receive an ARC copy of Lost Frequencies to review. As with all my book reviews I will begin with general information and a short synopsis before sharing my thoughts. I hope you enjoy! TITLE: Lost Frequencies AUTHOR: Caitlyn Lynagh PUBLISHED: November 19th 2019 PUBLISHER: Outlet Publishing SYNOPSIS Step into the world of Iyeeka,… Continue reading A book review: Lost Frequencies (ARC)

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A book review: The Jane Austen Book Club

TITLE: The Jane Austen Book Club AUTHOR: Karen Joy Fowler PUBLISHED: 2004 SYNOPSIS. Set in California, this novel follows a group of six, (five women, and one man) who meet once a month to discuss a different Jane Austen book. Interwoven in their reading and thoughts on each classic title are their own individual lives and… Continue reading A book review: The Jane Austen Book Club

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Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry: a book that had a lasting impact on me

Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry: a young adult novel by Mildred D. Taylor. Have you read it? If so, take a moment and think about what, (if anything) it meant to you. If you haven't then take a moment to do a quick search to get your hands on a copy, because, in my… Continue reading Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry: a book that had a lasting impact on me

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The book versus movie debate: The Woman in Black

I watched the film adaptation of The Woman in Black years ago. What compelled me to watch it was a mixture of loving horror films and complete intrigue as to how Daniel Radcliffe would tackle an adult role. Anyway, I watched the film and I didn't think about it again. It was one of those films that… Continue reading The book versus movie debate: The Woman in Black