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First Look Club: Bonfire
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First Look Club: Bonfire

Reviewed by Kai Jimenez BONFIRE By Krysten Ritter 277 pp. Crown Archetype. Everybody has a memory they would much rather forget, a smidgen of their history they would much rather leave in the past. But the things we run from have […]

First Look Club: The House at Baker Street
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First Look Club: The House at Baker Street

Reviewed by Angelica Galicinao THE HOUSE AT BAKER STREET Michelle Birkby 368 pp. Harper Perennial. (Best read on your period with a lot of pent up female angst and with a generous serving of curiosity for mysteries on the side) […]

First Look Club: Unqualified
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First Look Club: Unqualified

Reviewed by Jowana Bueser UNQUALIFIED By Anna Faris 320 pp. Dutton. Anna Faris and her book Unqualified continue the proud and noble tradition of female comedians releasing hilarious memoirs. Her breakout role as Shelley Darlingson in The House Bunny made […]

First Look Club: It Devours!
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First Look Club: It Devours!

Reviewed by Jean Arboleda IT DEVOURS! By Joseph Fink and Jeffrey Cranor 368 pp. Harper Perennial. Science. Faith. Mysterious disappearances and a strange sand creature threatening to destroy everything. Welcome, again, to Night Vale. For the uninitiated, Welcome to Night […]

First Look Club: The Sultan and the Queen
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First Look Club: The Sultan and the Queen

Reviewed by Katya Rara THE SULTAN AND THE QUEEN By Jerry Brotton 352 pp. Penguin Books. In a world where men have traditionally used women to further their own ambitions, Queen Elizabeth I—daughter of King Henry VIII and his mistress-turned-queen […]

Uncommon Type #FullyBookedReviews
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Uncommon Type #FullyBookedReviews

Review by Hannah B. Let me get this out right off the bat: Tom Hanks is a natural storyteller. His talent of telling stories on screen translates well on the page, as I’ve come to discover in Uncommon Type, his […]