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Book Review: Forgotten by Catherine McKenzie

I quite enjoy Catherine McKenzie's style of writing, so I was looking forward to reading Forgotten. If you've ever wondered what would happen if you were presumed dead and your life had moved on without you, and I honestly have, then this book might be a beautiful, fictional read for you. There are ...
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Book Review: What Happened to My Sister by Elizabeth Flock

I tend to hate sequels. I tend to hate them a lot. At times, though, a book does not do justice to its character and a sequel is a must. This is the case with What Happened to My Sister by Elizabeth Flock, which is the sequel to Me and Emma. ...
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Book Review: The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry by Rachel Joyce

Has there ever been an event in your life where a friend took the heat for something you did and you responded in a way that you wish you could change? Or when a friend desperately needed you and you failed them by not being there? What about now? Are you in ...
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Book Review: Temptation: A Novel by Douglas Kennedy

I keep scratching my head and wondering why it is that every other review I've read of this book talks about how utterly amazing it is and I keep asking myself why I felt bored while I was reading it. Other reviews of Temptation: A Novel by Douglas Kennedy discuss how 'thrilling the ride' ...
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Book Review: Shelter: A Novel by Frances Greenslade

Every now and then I find a book that I can't put down. Equally infrequently I find a book that is painful to read, either because it is so realistic and the material is difficult for me to get through or because the book is not very well written. Shelter: A Novel ...
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Book Review: The Wedding Dress by Rachel Hauck

I enjoy reading books about women who find themselves and who make good decisions about their lives. I do not tend to enjoy reading Christian literature as it frequently is off-putting to me in that it feels preachy instead of uplifting and there is a very real difference to me. I enjoy being ...
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