Buried

This story was such a treat, Buried follows an old-school investigative journalist as he digs into the mystery of a serial kidnapper, publishing news on the second abduction to help save the victim while wondering about the kidnapper’s motives. Is it for fame, or is it something more? “Real journalists…
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Nineteen Eighty-Four

Winston is our everyman, a middle-aged average male living under the heel of a totalitarian regime. His work is bland, his food is bland, his everyday routine is bland. Winston is losing it, he wonders about the world that was before the party and resists in small ways. He ponders…
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Always and Forever, Lara Jean

Graduating high school is truly an event to be celebrated, but it’s bittersweet too with the changes that it brings. It is the end of an era for young people as they say goodbye to youth and start transitioning into adulthood. We grow up, and we grow apart—there are many…
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Slow Burner

Slow Burner is a sneaky and fun little story, true to the title the story delivers on the steady burn despite the small page count. Liz finds that her husband Phil has been emotionally cheating on her again, but the feelings aren’t reciprocated. She finds a burner phone where he…
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The Day Is Ready for You

The Day is Ready for You starts off really strong with the first quarter of the book comprising of some of Malee’s better poems. As the collection carried on though it started venturing into the type of one line inspirational poetry that feels like greeting card sentiments, something common it…
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P.S. I Still Love You

What a delightful and frustrating book, this series has become such a guilty pleasure for me to read. To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before was such a delight because it introduces an understandable dilemma, and the reader follows Lara Jean as she clumsily falls in love with her first…
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