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Frenchman’s Creek by Daphne du Maurier: “I recently came across an article with a list of “best pirate books” and this one, by Daphne du Maurier, was included. Even though I’ve read several of her books (years ago Rebecca and, … Continue reading
“Epic fantasy requires a writer to juggle complex plots where characterization often gets lost beneath politics and world-building. It’s rare to find a writer who can deliver intrigue, an exciting world, and well-rounded characters, but Liane Merciel succeeds beautifully with … Continue reading
The Dragon reviews: The Sad Tale of the Brothers Grossbart by Jesse Bullington at BookLove: “The Dragon sits on the fence about this one, my good Wild Things. I simply do not know, so I will render the tale … Continue reading
After Frank McCourt’s Angela’s Ashes, one of the bleakest books I’ve ever read, I wasn’t sure what to expect from ’Tis. Frank McCourt was born in New York City, but moved back to Ireland with his family as a small … Continue reading
*****SPOILER ALERT: If you have not yet read The Hunger Games this review contains spoilers of that book.***** “This is the second book in a planned trilogy by Suzanne Collins centered on The Hunger Games. The Games … Continue reading
The Dragon reviews Martyrs & Monsters by Robert Dunbar at Booklove.
Quick! Name 10 books that will stick with you forever at booklove: