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Patient H.M. (Review)

Patient H.M.: A Story of Memory, Madness, and Family Secrets by Luke Dittrich My rating: 2 of 5 stars At 40%, I'm throwing in the towel. Perhaps, this just isn't the time for me to be reading this, or I set my expectations too high, but I have lost interest in this book and the… Continue reading Patient H.M. (Review)

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The Communist and The Communist’s Daughter: A Memoir (Review)

The Communist and the Communist’s Daughter: A Memoir by Jane Lazarre My rating: 3 of 5 stars While the typos and strange formatting, like no separation between some paragraphs and separation between others, was distracting, I think the Achilles heal of this story was the back and forth between the author's present and her father's… Continue reading The Communist and The Communist’s Daughter: A Memoir (Review)

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The Book of the Unnamed Midwife (Review)

The Book of the Unnamed Midwife by Meg Elison My rating: 5 of 5 stars In the days when the world had not yet fallen, the screaming of sirens was constant. Imagine a plague that grabs hold of humanity ruthlessly. A fever that wipes out millions of the Earth's inhabitants. A world where women and… Continue reading The Book of the Unnamed Midwife (Review)

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Ink in Water: An Illustrated Memoir (Review)

Ink in Water: An Illustrated Memoir by Lacy J. Davis My rating: 5 of 5 stars It has been a very long time since I've read a graphic novel. Honestly, I don't even remember what the last one was that I read, but I'm SO glad I came across Ink in Water on NetGalley. Lacy… Continue reading Ink in Water: An Illustrated Memoir (Review)

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Stillhouse Lake (Review)

Gina never asked about the garage. Books like this are my guilty pleasure. While some watch reality TV shows, I indulge in a good ol' mystery thriller. I can't help it! I love being right and wrong about whodunnit. And with Stillhouse Lake, I was wrong... Twice. In the beginning, I thought I had it all… Continue reading Stillhouse Lake (Review)

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Voyager (Review)

Synopsis: Claire and Jamie's story is far from over. She left him behind to travel back to her time to bear his child in safety, knowing he would be killed in battle. For 20 years, she has raised Brianna with Frank, but Jamie has never left her mind or the hold on her heart. Desperate… Continue reading Voyager (Review)