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Author: Ilya Prigogine, Stuart Alan Rice

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Publisher:Wiley, John Sons

Language:English

Year:1973

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Mary Lou Hoffman Review: CLAIMING CHASTITY is not part of a series.

This is listed as a “fake marriage” story. I think that is misleading. Allen does claim that he will marry her falsely, but in my mind a fake marriage story is one where you allow your friends and/or family and/or business associates believe you have tied the knot and fall in love while playing that ruse. The “proposal” got her out of the chastity belt, but from there it was a natural relationship…. Until that club owner, Ricky, decided to kidnap Nicole!

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Cat Review: I always enjoy reading this series despite the fact that the remaining volumes aren't available yet. :(

Narusawa and Shinichiro's relationship starts very slow which you'd expect since Shinichiro is in middle school when they meet! Their mutual ability in hearing animals speak brings them together and gives Narusawa something he didn't know existed; someone who could understand exactly what he went through. Finding this in someone who's much younger however brings its own set of problems and ther

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Emily May Review:
"We were like the three Fates, weaving the story together, threads of gold, red, and midnight blue. There would be wolves and tricks and lies and cunning and vengeance in our story. I would make sure of it."

Er... I didn't get it. At least, I don't think I did. At one point, I thought I was getting it, but then… huh?

In Wink Poppy Midnight, the writing is the novel's strongest point, offering up a weird mystery in a style that feels as whimsical and enticing as magical realism.

My first thoughts

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Bookwraiths Review: Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths.

The Realms of God is the third, and concluding, installment in Dr. Michael Livingston’s The Shards of Heaven: a clever, entertaining historical fantasy twist on ancient Rome. Having been an avid reader since book one, I had high expectations for this novel and can truly admit this met them all, delivering exactly the mixture of action, adventure, history, and mystery that I was hoping for as the story comes to a close.

Two decades have passed. King Juba of Maure

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Ariel Review: This. Book. Was. So. Much. FUNNNN.

It has been ages since I stayed up late reading a book, propping my eyes open just to keep going. This book had me up at 2AM wanting to find out what would happen to our precious Simon. The family relationships were fantastic, the friendship dynamics were really well done, the musical was too much fun, I loved that the romance took place over the internet, I just completely soaked it all up!

If you're looking for a very readable, very happy, super fun book PLEASE

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