Day: September 27, 2016

  Blanca knows that the way of the Vestals is the best way. The clean way. The correct way. She’s untouched by the crazed culture of implanted internet addiction that rages in the world around her walled sanctum. She’s grateful to be a Vestal–one of the select few people, both male and female, who are […]

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David Szalay’s All That Man Is elements nine parts, each around 40 pages in length , completely acknowledged characters, that should be interconnected to the point that this book is not an accumulation of short stories essentially but rather a novel. I’m not induced of the book’s case to be a novel. It is undoubtedly […]

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Alesandro Sussken is a composer living in Glaund, a fascist state constantly at war with another equally faceless opponent. His brother is sent off to fight; his family is destroyed by grief. Occasionally Alesandro catches glimpses of islands in the far distance from the shore, and they feed into the music he composes. But all […]

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A Proposal to Die For (A Lady Alkmene Callender Mystery, Book 1) by Vivian Conroy. Woman Alkmene Callender arrangement, Conroy acquaints perusers with the primary woman herself. Sharp, shrewd and phenomenally curious, Lady Alkmene’s demeanor and capacity to snoop out succulent data was second to none. From the main section, Conroy assembles the puzzle and […]

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Pasadena by Sherri L. Smith

Pasadena by Sherri L. Smith.Jude is going by her offended father on the East Coast when she gets the call about Maggie. They advise her she submitted suicide. That she was discovered gliding in her pool with a paunch loaded with medications. In any case, that just doesn’t bode well, on the grounds that everybody […]

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Willa Davis is wrangling puppies when Keane Winters stalks into her pet shop, desperate to leave his great-aunt’s Feline-from-Hell in someone else’s capable hands. But, despite the fact that he’s sure he’s never seen the drop-dead-gorgeous pet-shop owner before, she definitely seems to be mad at him. The last thing Willa is inclined to do […]

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