Book #38: A different kind of love story

Time for a love story, eh?

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Books #32+33: Nancy Drew saves the day!

Look out, Nancy!

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Book #30: The departing of Fawkes

We’re all crying now.

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Book #26: The heir of Slytherin…

Spoilers ahead! (Seriously, don’t read if you haven’t read the other books…)

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Book #25: The boy who lived…

Is this book *really* any good?

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Book #24: Phantom Tollbooth

Did this classic live up to the hype my mom and a fellow bookworm gave it?

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Book #23: A childhood classic

How does the book compare to one of my favorite childhood films?

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Book #21: One Hundred Years of Solitude

Fast facts: Book title: “One Hundred Years of Solitude” Author: Gabriel García Márquez Genre/Audience: Magical realism, fiction; adult Rating: 9/10 Worth the read?: Totally! I had absolutely no expectations for One Hundred Years of Solitude because I hadn’t heard of the book until the day I checked it out of the library. I’ve since heard…

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Book #20: “Lord of the Flies”

Fast facts: Book title: “Lord of the Flies” Author: William Golding Genre/Audience: Fiction, psychological fiction; young adult/adult Rating: 8/10 Worth the read?: If you can push through the less-than-thrilling beginning, yes! I decided to read Lord of the Flies because it was part of the curriculum I missed in high school. At least, I think it…

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Book #19: Hemingway bites

Giving another classic a go.

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