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Ashes

By Christopher de Vinck This book was a very moving, touching, heart breaking and at times quite harrowing. The book is based around true events that happened in Belgium during World War II. It gives you a glimpse of how terrible war really is. Families being torn apart as some go off to fight, while… Continue reading Ashes

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The Secret of You and Me

by Melissa Lenhardt This is the second LGBTQ book that I have read. As its always been a genre that I've stayed away from. Which I have to say has deprived me of reading some really good books, so I now have a new genre to my book preferences. This books shows you just how… Continue reading The Secret of You and Me

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The Illustrated Child

by Polly Crosby I didn't enjoy this book. It took me all my time to read it. I know that this book has received a lot of praise about it being wonderful, magical and compelling. But I can't relate at all to these views. To be honest some parts of this book are very dark… Continue reading The Illustrated Child

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The Last Piece

By Imogen Clark I found this book to be very predictable, which takes out the enjoyment out of reading for me. Whether I feel this way because of the amount of books I read, I'm not sure. However I'm sure some people will enjoy this book, but sadly it wasn't for me. Cecily & Norman… Continue reading The Last Piece

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The Day She Came Back

By Amanda Prowse I'm not sure how I feel about this book, as I did and didn't enjoy it. There are a few funny moments tinged with a lot of sadness and anger. I can understand the main character being angry at the death of her grandmother. Who brought her up. Along with the anger… Continue reading The Day She Came Back