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Review: How Do You Live? By Genzaburo Yoshino, Forward by Neil Gaiman

Many people in my generation grew up adoring Hayao Miyazaki’s works. That’s no secret. Now, one of Miyazaki’s favorite childhood books has finally been translated to English – and readers get to experience that for the first time. How Do You Live? was written by Genzaburo Yoshino and translated by Bruno Navasky. Oh! And Neil Gaiman wrote the forward. Nice touch, right? Continue reading

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Review: The Lights of Sugarberry Cove by Heather Webber

The Lights of Sugarberry Cove, written by Heather Webber, is a charming novel full of magical realism, healing, and love, and it is such a gentle beast. It is a gentle soul waiting for the right reader to come along. Continue reading

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Review: Or What You Will by Jo Walton

Like many readers out there, I have a massive backlog of books that I’m desperately trying to read through. Among that list would be everything written by Jo Walton. Naturally, that means I had to make time to read Or What You Will. Continue reading

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Review: Sisters of the Great War by Suzanne Feldman

Sisters of the Great War, written by Suzanne Feldman, was inspired by real women, which means so much to me and other readers. Set during World War I, it follows American sisters who volunteered during the war. Continue reading

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Review: Rock Paper Scissors by Alice Feeney

Rock Paper Scissors happens to be the first novel I’ve ever read by Alice Feeney (I know, I know. But I have several of her books on my TBR list). This twisting thriller is one heck of a roller coaster, though, and I would recommend it to any fans of hers – plus anybody else that is curious. Continue reading

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Review: The Bitter and Sweet of Cherry Season by Molly Fader

Molly Fader’s latest novel, The Bitter and Sweet of Cherry Season, brings together three different generations of women, one Orchard, and a litany of secrets that must be dealt with. If I’m honest, I picked it up because it felt like it had similar vibes to Practical Magic, and I’ve been craving something like that for quite some time. Continue reading

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Blog Tour & Review: Crushing by Sophie Burrows

Crushing is a lovely graphic novel written and illustrated by Sophie Burrows, and I personally feel so lucky to have already had the opportunity to read it. This story hits very close to home for many, and I look forward to seeing how well it does. Continue reading

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Review: Immunity Index by Sue Burke

Sue Burke’s latest novel is one that may feel all too familiar to many readers – as a contagion threatens the country. Immunity Index is one part science fiction and one part dystopian, and its timing is so very eerie. At least, to me. Continue reading

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Review: I Don’t Forgive You by Aggie Blum Thompson

I Don’t Forgive You is a mystery thriller written by Aggie Blum Thompson and is perfect for those that love a little dash of family drama mixed in. Continue reading

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Review: Revival Season by Monica West

Revival Season, written by Monica West, is one of those novels that came to my attention thanks to the sheer number of genres it seems to fit into. According to Goodreads, it has tags for literary fiction, Southern fiction, adult fiction, religion, contemporary, feminism, and more. Continue reading

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