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The Song of the Orphans by Daniel Price

Not too long ago, I reviewed a book called The Flight of the Silvers. You can find it here. It became one of my favorite books and I couldn’t wait to read the next in the trilogy. Well, in just … Continue reading

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Lost Boy by Christina Henry

I bought this book for a couple, specific reasons. First of all, I love the story of Peter Pan. The idea of an island where you can be carefree and young always is incredible. Second, I love reimaginings. I loved … Continue reading

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The Flight of the Silvers by Daniel Price

One of my favorite things to do is go to a bookstore and peruse the titles. If I find anything interesting but I know I don’t have time to explore it, I write it down and grab the free sample … Continue reading

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Welcome to Night Vale by Jeffrey Cranor & Joseph Fink

I have heard all about how great the Welcome to Night Vale podcast is from people all over. It’s a unique and powerful fandom, but I struggle to listen to podcasts. It’s hard for me to take in information solely … Continue reading

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You Are A Badass by Jen Sincero

I started reading this book because I have heard a lot of positivity surrounding it. It’s supposed to be a book that helps build confidence and tells you to follow your dreams, which doesn’t sound like a bad thing. But … Continue reading

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The Princess Diarist by Carrie Fisher

I hate to say it, but much like everyone else, at Carrie Fisher’s passing, I bought her book. I waited awhile to read it, so I could work through my feelings on her death and everything surrounding her before reading … Continue reading

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Keep Beach City Weird (You Can’t Hide the Truth) by Ronaldo Fryman with assistance from Matt Burnett & Ben Levin

I bought this book for myself because it looked like a great Steven Universe addition. I have a huge love of Steven; it’s a show that promotes diversity and love and I can not get enough of it. Incidentally, my … Continue reading

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