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2018 Reading Challenge

2018 Reading Challenge
Jill Elizabeth has read 25 books toward her goal of 175 books.

Book Review: Bring Me Back by B.A. Paris

At the time I’d been happy for her to have Finn. But now it was time to give him back.

I REALLY enjoyed this one! I will admit that I basically saw the Big Reveal coming (not in its exact detail, but the gist) from about the mid-point, but that did nothing to lessen the […]

Book Review: The Extraordinary Life of Sam Hell by Robert Dugoni

What a magical book this was – and to think, I struggled in the beginning and almost put it down!

I love misfit-makes-good stories, and when you add in a little semi-contemporary history and family drama, it usually marks something I will enjoy. This was that, but so much more. The writing is lovely, evocative […]

Book Review: The City of Lost Fortunes by Bryan Camp

This was an EXTRAORDINARY story, full of magic and symbolism and snarky bad actors (and even snarkier good ones). There were secrets and betrayals and surprises around every corner, as well as life lessons and good old-fashioned storytelling… The writing was excellent. The pacing was excellent. The characters were brilliantly-executed. The plot was original and […]

Guest Post: Q&A with Roberta Silman, Author of Secrets and Shadows

Q&A with Roberta Silman

Why were you interested in writing about the effects of The Holocaust? As a first generation American Jew (my father came from Lithuania and my mother was born here) I was given a sense that geography was destiny, and even as a child I wondered what it might have been like […]

Book Review: Legendary by Stephanie Garber

“Don’t be like me and settle for the ease of an almost-ending, when you could have the true ending.” “I’m not sure I understand what that even means,” Tella said. “It means most people give up at the part of the story where things are the worse, where the situation feels hopeless. But that’s when […]



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