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Carol Review: 4.5 Stars No.No.No.No.No.No.No.......Not the ending I was expecting!

I was totally absorbed in Kent Haruf's WHERE YOU ONCE BELONGED from start to finish. Holy crap, could this man write a story! Just a plain and simple read (you think) set in small town USA, and with so few characters. Ha!

Pat Arbuckle, newspaper owner/reporter for Holt County narrates the life of BIG Jack Burdette that, at first, I found somewhat amusing, but those feelings did not last long. What surprised me the most, I think,


Kruti Review: Mid-book review cos I'm struggling to finish this. So far Katy Perry does a good job summing this book up:

"You change your mind
Like a girl changes clothes.
Yeah, you, PMS
Like a bitch
I would know
And you over think
Always speak

I should know
That you're no good for me

'Cause you're hot then you're cold
You're yes then you're no
You're in then you're out
You're up then you're down
You're wrong when it's right
It's black and it's white
We fight, we break up
We kiss, we make up
(you) You don't


Patricia Review: Darkness Binds (Others of Seattle Book 8) is the newest installment in this exhilarating series by Brandy L Rivers. Amelia Simons is a journalist who was turned into a powerful vampire. Brent Shadows is a powerful sorcerer who also happens to be her boss. Amelia and Brent must go undercover in order to stop a cult from releasing evil on the world.

Darkness Binds is a book that has it all. It has passion, betrayal, revelations, and forgiveness. The characters are likeable and they have great stor


Katerina Review: Marie Rutkoski isn't an ordinary author.
She's an artist.
“Later, Kestrel wished she had spoken then, that no time had been lost. She wished that she’d had the courage that very moment to tell Arin what she’d finally known to be true: that she loved him with the whole of her heart.”

The Winner's Kiss isn't an ordinary book.
It's a poem. A sad melody. The blood that pumps in your veins. The air that ruffles your hair.
It's a promise. A promise of love lost and found.
It is beauty, in its purest and


Liz Barnsley Review: Now it has to be said I’m a bit of a sucker for school/college/university type stories, that dig deep into friendship dynamics, Cat Clarke has written a page turner here that also happens to have a dark heart and a strong emotive tone. Looking not only at themes of grief, female friendship and sexuality, it also has a realistic edge to it that is highly compelling.

I’m not sure I’d call it a thriller – the relationships between the girls who have been a tight knit group for a long time, when face


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