Genre: Contemporary Women

Book Review: Impossible Views of the World by Lucy Ives

Posted September 7, 2017 by Hillary in Book Reviews / 0 Comments
Book Review: Impossible Views of the World by Lucy Ives

I got this book for free using publisher but I promise all opinions are my very own!ISBN: 9780735221536 Impossible Views of the World by Lucy Ives Published by Penguin on 2017 Genres: Fiction, Literary, Contemporary Women Pages: 304 Format: eARC Source: publisher Buy on Amazon Goodreads A witty, urbane, and sometimes shocking debut novel, set […]

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Review: (Lumberjanes #1) by Noelle Stevenson, Grace Ellis, Brooke A. Allen (Illustrator)

Posted November 10, 2015 by Hillary in Book Reviews / 2 Comments
Review: (Lumberjanes #1) by Noelle Stevenson, Grace Ellis, Brooke A. Allen (Illustrator)

ISBN: 9781681594873 Lumberjanes #16 by Noelle StevensonShannon Watters Published by BOOM! Studios on July 15th 2015 Genres: Comics & Graphic Novels, General, Young Adult, Action & Adventure, Contemporary Women Pages: 32 Goodreads Which side does Jen choose, Abigail or Rosie?! While Abigail tries to lure a monster out so she can kill it (which is […]

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Blue Magic

Posted May 30, 2012 by Hillary in Book Reviews, fanasty, urban fanasty / 0 Comments
Blue Magic

From Goodreads: From Goodreads: The sequel to Indigo Springs, “A psychologically astute, highly original debut—complex, eerie, and utterly believable.”  —Kirkus Reviews, Starred Review This powerful sequel to the A.M. Dellamonica’s Sunburst Award–winning contemporary fantasy Indigo Springs starts in the small town in Oregon where Astrid Lethewood discovered an underground river of blue liquid—Vitagua—that is pure […]

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Review: The Weird Sisters

Posted May 11, 2011 by Hillary in Book Reviews, literary fiction / 0 Comments
Review: The Weird Sisters

GoodReads Summary:The three Andreas sisters grew up in the cloistered household dominated by their Shakespearean professor father, a prominent, eccentric academic whose reverence for the Bard left its imprint on his daughters’ names: Rosalind (As You Like It), Bianca (The Taming of the Shrew), and Cordelia (King Lear). The siblings eventually left home and escaped […]

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Friday Night Knitting Club

Posted January 18, 2011 by Hillary in Book Reviews / 0 Comments
Friday Night Knitting Club

The Friday Night Knitting Club by Kate Jacobs Published by Penguin on 2008-01 Genres: Contemporary, Contemporary Women, Fiction, Romance Pages: 372 Goodreads The New York Times bestselling sensation that’s “Steel Magnolias set in Manhattan” (USA Today)-now in paperback. Juggling the demands of her yarn shop and single-handedly raising a teenage daughter has made Georgia Walker […]

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