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Sandy Review: “La vita faceva paura, a guardarla in faccia per quello che davvero poteva essere, ma restava sacra, inviolabile, un’avventura straordinaria che andava affrontata con il cuore a mille e un senso del meraviglioso che non poteva spegnersi nemmeno di fronte al dolore più straziante.”

Sotto il manto lussureggiante di una natura incontaminata si nasconde il marcio che come sempre l’uomo porta con sé, nascondendolo sotto all’infinita bellezza di un prato fiorito, dove la genziana e le stelle alpine ven


Nadia Review: I loved it!It was cute and entertaining and quite hilarious.The perfect fairy tale twist for someone who just needs a break from any YA book.

I decided to read this book one sunday afternoon because I jusy wanted to have some fun.Apperently,this book put me in a good mood,and I loved it.It was quite relatable.A must read!


Glenda Parker Review: My review today is on the Historical Romance, This Treacherous Journey. This is the first book in the Heart of the Mountains Series. I really enjoyed this book all though it makes you think of your own pregnancy and how difficult it would be to go through the mountains on horse back. This book is well written, full of adventure, and drama. You are going to love this one.

Simeon Grant came out to the west in 1851. He and his young wife headed for Montana Territory. The journey was much worse than


Dan Schwent Review: Norse Mythology by Neil Gaiman is a compulsively readable retelling of various myths from Norse Mythology.

Once upon a time, in that hazy prehistoric time before Goodreads, Neil Gaiman was my favorite author. Sandman was the gateway drug but I read all the Gaiman works I could get my hands on: American Gods, Neverwhere, Coraline, Stardust, you get the point. As the years went by, some of the shine wore off that penny. As I explored Gaimain's influences, like P.G. Wodehouse and Ray Bradbury, some


Daniel Review: Most people think Tom Clancy lost his nut on 9/11. And it's true, he's bugfuck insane. But it actually happened earlier than that. His fiction was predicated on the cold war, and the cold war ended, so Clancy flailed around looking for some bad guys to fictionally blow up. He tried the Japanese (Debt of Honor, 1994) and environmentalists (Rainbow Six, 1998). 2001 was actually a good setup for him, because he had a new generational conflict to fictionalize.

The thing is, the brain-eater got him. "


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