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Back reviewing, sort of.

After almost a year taking a break from reviews, I’ve decided to dip my toes in the water again. One of many reasons I stopped was the queue of 40+ books to read which was honestly overwhelming. To avoid that … Continue reading

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Into the Mist

Into the Mist Patrick Carman Scholastic Press (Part of the Land of Elyonseries) Into the Mist by Patrick Carman is the beginning of a new trilogy by this author based in Elyon. It picks up just a few days after … Continue reading

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Doc Wilde and the Frogs of Doom

Doc Wilde and the Frogs of Doom Tim Byrd G.P.Putnam’s Sons Doc Wilde and the Frogs of Doom is a children’s adventure story from Tim Byrd. It is an old fashioned romp with all the necessary cast of characters. The … Continue reading

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A Killing in Comics

A Killing in Comics by Max Allan Collins; Illustrated by Terry Beatty Published by Berkeley Prime Crime A Killing in Comics is an eminently readable mystery novel by Max Allan Collins. The action takes place in the world of comics … Continue reading

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About books and reviewing them.

Since this is a website about reviewing books, I should talk a little about what I look for in a book and what I see as the purpose of a review. The first thing that attracts me to a book … Continue reading

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