The Queen of the Tearling by Erika Johansen Book Review

Ms. Johansen offers up a tale of a young woman, born to be Queen, in The Queen of the Tearling. Kelsea, raised in isolation, knows that when she turns nineteen she will rule a kingdom. When that day arrives, she finds herself tested on all sides. Assassins follow her. The Regent, her uncle, wants to …

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Mind Games by Christine Amsden Book Review

I’ve been a fan of the Cassie Scot series since I read the first one and was delighted to have the opportunity to review Mind Games  as part of Ms. Amsden’s tour. It’s hard to remain an objective reviewer after becoming a fan, so I’ll admit—I probably missed several flaws and weaknesses in this book! I …

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Paris at the End of the World by John Baxter Book Review

As John Baxter researches family history dating back to the Great War of 1914-1918, he shares his findings in this book. He is able to piece together the life of his paternal grandfather, William Archie Baxter, of Burrawang, New South Wales. Record keeping had never been a strong point for his family, so this took …

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