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REVIEW: The Imaginary by A. F. Harrold

The Imaginary A. F. Harrold, illustrated by Emily Gravett Children’s Literature Bloomsbury Publishing, 23rd October 2014 221 Pages   When I saw the cover of A. F. Harrold’s The Imaginary across High Holborn Blackwell’s, I ...
 
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REVIEW: The Golem and The Djinni by Helene Wecker

The Golem and the Djinni Helene Wecker Magic Realism Blue Door, 13 March 2014 Paperback, 656 pages This is one of the most gorgeous books I’ve read in a long while. Set in New York in 1899, it is the tale of Chava, a golem who ...
 
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REVIEW: The Taxidermist’s Daughter by Kate Mosse

The Taxidermist’s Daughter Kate Mosse Gothic Orion, 11th September 2014 432 pages A beautiful, unsettling book set at the very start of the twentieth century, The Taxidermist’s Daughter is a wonderful – if a little predictable ...

 
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Geeks Unleashed’s Top Ten Books of 2014

It’s the time yet again to celebrate our favorite books, and 2014 was a great year. Because diversity in literature is important to Geeks Unleashed, we’re doing something a bit different this year. I was so excited to have the ...
 
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Review: Tag by Shari Ryan

Tag Shari Ryan Romantic Suspense 7 November 2014 by Booktrope Editions Another beautiful piece of art from Shari Ryan. I am a grand fan of this author, starting with her Schasm series, for her gorgeous pen and her suspenseful s...
 
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REVIEW: A Berlin Story: a novella of World War II (Embers of War, #1) by Tiffani Burnett-Velez

A Berlin Story: a novella of World War II (Embers of War, #1) Tiffani Burnett-Velez Historical Fiction 61 Pages 28 November 2014, Independent “…everyone was inhumane when at war.” This novella is a gorgeously written piece of l...