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Boy Who Steals Houses by CG Drew Featured

Boy Who Steals Houses, The by CG Drew – A book review

Have you read The Boy Who Steals Houses by C G Drew? What other Young adult books that work well older aged audiences too? Let us talk.

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Beach Read by Emily Henry – A book review

Have you read Beach Read by Emily Henry? What is your most recent romance read that you loved? What other books about writing that you love?

Under a Painted Sky – A book review

Under a Painted Sky – A book review

Have you read Under a Painted Sky by Stacey Lee? Did you love it and why? What are the other historical fictions that you loved recently?

Ayesha At Last by Uzma Jalaluddin – A book review

Ayesha At Last by Uzma Jalaluddin – A book review

You all know how exciting it is for me to read a Pride and Prejudice retelling. Especially since I heard it was about Indians Muslims settled in Canada, I had wanted to check this one. So can we talk about Ayesha At Last by Uzma Jalaluddin? About the book Book Name:...

Virgin River by Robyn Carr – A book review

Virgin River by Robyn Carr – A book review

Virgin River by Robyn Carr is the book chosen for the month of Aug'20 by Maureen's book club and it is the first book of the club too. The Netflix series adaptation is already out and I hear it is good. Let's see how the book turned out for me, alright? About the book...

The Bride test by Helen Hoang- A book review

The Bride test by Helen Hoang- A book review

You know I loved The Kiss Quotient by Helen Hoang last year and I knew I was gonna love The bride test too, given the raving reviews it has been getting from all around. Can we get on with the review? About the book Book Name: The bride test (The Kiss Quotient #2)...

The Poet X by Elizabeth Acevedo – A book review

The Poet X by Elizabeth Acevedo – A book review

How religious are you and how interested were in God as a teen? Our experiences may vary and sometimes our family gets a huge say in these things. There are things that we all have in common and then there are some gaps. The Poet X by Elizabeth Acevedo talks a lot...