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For the Love of Literature

As a bibliophile, my passion for books coalesces with a love of writing, and writing book reviews allows me to share literature with the world.
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June 2017
06
reviewed: High as the Heavens by Kate Breslin
As the First World War rages, British Red Cross nurse Eve Marche keeps herself busy at a hospital in Brussels, Belgium during...
June 2017
04
April 2017
12
reviewed: The Amazing Adventures of Toby the Trilby by Angela Castillo
Toby was formed in a laboratory with a mixture of cat and human DNA--hence his delineation as a Trilby--by six scientists who...
April 2017
11
reviewed: The Smoke by Lars D.H. Hedbor
This is a highly readable and fascinating account of the Indian tribes who were displaced and forced to align themselves with...
April 2017
07
reviewed: Tobit and the Hoodoo Man by E.S. Kraay
The first half of this story focuses on Tobit, a male slave in the pre-Civil War South, and events that will shape the course...
April 2017
02
reviewed: Hell's Gates by Mary Masters
“Hell’s Gates” is a story about Walmart. Just kidding; I couldn’t resist. Seriously, though, the writing reminds me of 1980s ...
March 2017
28
reviewed: Those We Fear by Victoria Griffith
“Those We Fear” is quite a page-turner. It is more or less a young adult rendition of “The Turn of the Screw”, featuring an 1...
March 2017
26
reviewed: Stillwell: A Haunting on Long Island by Michael Phillip Cash
This is a relatively short, easy read. Given that the story revolves around a recently widowed man--Paul Russo--and his famil...
March 2017
24
reviewed: The Bye Bye Man by Robert Damon Schneck
Overall, this small anthology was not as chill-inducing as the cover would have you believe. It is a collection of American s...
March 2017
16
reviewed: Behind Closed Doors by B.A. Paris
"Behind Closed Doors" is a creeping, insidious novel of nail-biting psychological suspense. It proves that not only is the pe...
March 2017
12
reviewed: Head Case: My Brain and Other Wonders by Cole Cohen
This is a tough book to review. On the one hand, it's a fascinating memoir of someone with a very unique neurological conditi...
March 2017
07
reviewed: The Roanoke Girls by Amy Engel
The first thing that attracted me about this book was the title, since the historical Roanoke has always fascinated me, so I ...
July 2015
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reviewed: Mystery Rider
Kate Ferris and her friends Tori and Colt are back in this third installment of the “Horses and Friends” children’s series. T...
Mystery Rider (Horses and Friends) - Miralee Ferrell
July 2015
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