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The Name of Red

by Beena Khan I really enjoyed this book, and its a genre that I haven't knowingly come across before: Asian American Literature. I found it very thought provoking. I also loved the two main characters and learning about their culture and how they see their world. It has been subtly written. Also I'd like to… Continue reading The Name of Red

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The Cat And The City

by Nick Bradley This is such a charming, easy to read book. I thoroughly enjoyed it. It's built up with lots of short stories that actually intertwine with each other. Some of the characters also appear in the other stories. The book also has some of Japan's modern day cultures in it, like the cat… Continue reading The Cat And The City

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Us Three

by Ruth Jones This is an uplifting, feel good and funny book with some sorrow that you definitely won't want to put down. I haven't read anything by Ruth Jones before so I didn't know what to expect. I enjoyed this book so much, and I think any woman of a certain age will be… Continue reading Us Three

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Always Room For Cupcakes

(Cupcakes Book 1) by Bethany Lopez This book is funny, with some whit and a sexy bikers. What else does a girl want in a short funny chick lit book maybe a cupcake to go with it. If your not on a diet like me (ha ha). On a serious note though I just loved… Continue reading Always Room For Cupcakes

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Your Perfect Year

by Charlotte Lucas, Translated by Alison Layland This was my Amazon First Read choice for October. Out of this months choices this book appealed to me the most. To see what October's book choices were go to Amazon First Read's for October. I've read many books that have been translated and some of them have… Continue reading Your Perfect Year