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LaRose #FullyBookedReviews
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LaRose #FullyBookedReviews

By Mats C. Louise Erdrich’s latest novel starts off with a bang—literally. A shot is fired off Landreaux Irons’s rifle. Landreaux has been targeting a buck but a moment of blur costs him the majestic mammal and instead, what he […]

Dark Matter #FullyBookedReviews
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Dark Matter #FullyBookedReviews

By Ilia U. Yes, there are alternate timelines, incurable plagues, and consciousness generators. It is, after all, a sci-fi thriller romp across the multiverse. But Dark Matter‘s true strength is in the characterization of its protagonist – who serves as […]

The View from the Cheap Seats #FullyBookedReviews
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The View from the Cheap Seats #FullyBookedReviews

By Ish Before I wrote this review, I was asked, “What is the difference between this book and all the others that Gaiman wrote?” I said, “A lot.” The other books I’ve read of his were novels, graphic and prose. […]

The Fall of Butterflies #FullyBookedReviews
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The Fall of Butterflies #FullyBookedReviews

By Hannah B. If there is one thing that stuck with me after reading The Fall of Butterflies, it is the power of expectation, of being limited by it and breaking free from it. The blurb on the back of this brightly […]

The Girls #FullyBookedReviews
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The Girls #FullyBookedReviews

By Cat A. 1969, California. Fourteen-year-old Evie Boyd, the voice behind Emma Cline’s The Girls, invites readers to dip their toes into a pool of hippie vibrations, adolescent abandon, and a summer of violence. It begins with Evie alone in […]

In Other Words #FullyBookedReviews
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In Other Words #FullyBookedReviews

By Mio Jhumpa Lahiri’s latest book, In Other Words, is the first of its kind in two respects: it’s the first of Lahiri’s non-fiction books, and it’s the first full-length work that she’s written entirely in Italian.