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Amazon First Reads for April 2020

Here we are again, it's time to choose one of eight books that Amazon First Reads lets Amazon Prime Members download for free. At the moment I seem to be downloading more free books than ever. I wonder if it's my mind trying to get off what is happening around the world, lets just hope… Continue reading Amazon First Reads for April 2020

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Gingerbread

by Helen Oyeyemi OK well I really don't know where to start with this book. Even though I have finished this book I feel non the wiser as to what I have read. I feel as though this book doesn't flow and that it jumps all over the place. When I did think I was… Continue reading Gingerbread

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Olive, Again

by Elizabeth Strout I haven't read the first book Olive Kitteridge, from the synopsis it seemed as though it really didn't matter as this book would also stand alone. The only problems for me was that I just couldn't get in to this book at all. Even though the synopsis for this book really interested… Continue reading Olive, Again

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Cold Storage

by David Koepp This book pulled me in so much and so quickly. It was hard to put down. The only down side of this book to me was that I felt the ending was lacking. It was such a short ending without much description. Where the rest of the book was so full of… Continue reading Cold Storage

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Dear Edward

by Ann Napolitano I enjoyed this book but I still have mixed feelings about it. Which I can't quite put my finger on. The other thing that I found a bit confusing while reading the book, is that it keeps going back in time. To the lives of the people who perished in the plane… Continue reading Dear Edward