The Passenger – Book Review

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Tanya has been on the run from her real past for years, but an unfortunate accident could bring her under unwelcome police scrutiny, so she decides to leave and find another identity. In her plight to get away and disappear she meets the intriguing Blue, a woman who also understands the rules and reasons for disappearing, but this time the past refuses to stay buried.

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Bargain Book of the Week – Rush to Justice

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This series highlights inexpensive, free, or discounted books to give you, dear reader, the most options on what to read.

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Book One sets the pace for this two book series. Discover the conclusion to the story in Book Two.

When seventy year-old Martha Powers is bludgeoned to death, the police are quick to point a finger at the young girl who cleans her home. The crime is horrendous and many valuables are stolen. And according to all evidence, only fifteen year-old Mattie Baker had opportunity and motive.

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Zenn Diagram – Book Review

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Zenn Diagram by Wendy Brant

Rating Three and a half stars

Genre | YA, Contemporary, Sci-Fi

Publisher | Kids Can Press

Publication | 4 April, 2017

Format | eARC

** I have received a copy of Zenn Diagram from the Publishers (Kids Can Press) through Net Galley, in exchange of an honest reviews. 

Eva Walker is a seventeen-year-old math genius. And if that doesn’t do wonders for her popularity, there’s another thing that makes it even worse: when she touches another person or anything that belongs to them – from clothes to textbooks to cell phones – she sees a vision of their emotions.

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Love Me Tinder – Book Review

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Love Me Tinder by Nicola May

When Author Nicola May asked me if I would like to read and review her new book, Love Me Tinder, I jumped at the chance. The title itself, just oozes comedy. I was sure it was going to be good. I have read only 1 of Nicola May’s books before and that was The SW19 Club. I loved the way that this was written, and it was a book that made me both laugh and cry.

I was hoping Love Me Tinder would just make me laugh…..and it did. I loved it. I am also happy to know that there are quite a few more books by this Author that I have yet to read. Always a good thing after enjoying one of a talented Author’s books.

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The Readers of Broken Wheel Recommend – Book Review

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A book about reading . . . a book about a reading obsession . . . a book about a woman who would rather read than do just about anything else, who almost requires books just to survive?  Sounds like my kind of book.  In fact, it almost sounds like it might be about me (although my horses, my dogs, music and hiking give the books a run for their money on most days too).

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Martians Abroad – Book Review

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eARC, 288 pg.
Tor Books, 2017

Read: January 11 – 12, 2016

There are so many things that I want to say about this book, I don’t know if I’ll be able to get to them all — seriously, I have a checklist that’s daunting — but let’s give it a shot.

I remember while growing up back in the 20th century that SF was fun. Maybe fun isn’t the right word, but stick with me — sure, the stories were serious, there were real stakes (usually), not every ending was happy, and so on — but there was an overall sense that the future would be okay, that space travel and aliens (at least the ones not trying to kill us/take over the world) were positives, and that there as something in humanity that made it all worthwhile.

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