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Shandra Review: I quickly read this one to see how the story and coding worked together, and was actually impressed. At least for this first book, the coding was explained well, and didn't seem like it would put anyone off. (I enjoyed Secret Coders by Gene Luen Yang, but confess that I let some of the coding how-to go over my head, rather than try to figure it out.) This is a story about beginning coding, new friendship, old friendships, family and a mystery, and it is very well done. Also features a diverse ca


Sean Review: Maybe 4.5


Carmen Review: I was not a fan of this preachy book.

For one thing, the 'idea' in this book seems to be a walking egg that wears a crown. For no discernible reason that I can see. Annoying.

The 'idea' is in color, but the boy and the boy's world is not. The egg/idea follows him around, adding color to whatever it touches. Eventually the egg/idea... explodes? Um, is set free? I have no idea, because it still exists, waddling around like a weirdo, but apparently it has transferred color to the little boy's whole w


James Review: 4 out of 5 stars to See What I Have Done, a historical fictional account of the "Lizzie Borden Axe Murders," written by Sarah Schmidt and set to be published on August 1, 2017. Many thanks to NetGalley, Grove Atlantic Monthly Press and the author for providing me with an Advanced Review Copy (ARC) of this fantastic book.

Why This Book
I've become a NetGalley member and saw this in the update feeds of a few fellow Goodreads' members. I am fascinated with historical re-telling of real-life stori


Emily May Review:
History has failed us, but no matter.

Look, I get it. A lot of people won't be interested in this book because they have no idea what pachinko means and what exactly is going on with that cover, anyway? We are highly susceptible to marketing techniques and the cover and title give us pretty much nothing. But hear me out for a minute because this book is really good.

This is a historical family saga set in Korea and Japan throughout the 20th century. It follows four generations of a Korean family


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