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Review: Crashed

Crashed; Robin Wasserman Sequel to Skinned. I wasn’t in love with the first book of this trilogy, but I was intrigued enough to keep on going with it. And I’m glad I did, because now all the cool stuff is … Continue reading

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James Frey Writes the Bible… Sort of

I suppose since we haven’t heard anything from James Frey recently, he decided to go ahead and write another novel that’ll cause an uproar—this time it’s “The Final Testament of the Holy Bible.” Apparently the Old and New testaments aren’t … Continue reading

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Review: Catching Moondrops

Catching Moondrops; Jennifer Erin Valent I wouldn’t be able to stand it if I had read the previous two books in this series without reading its conclusion. And this one is all I had hoped for it to be—resolving loose … Continue reading

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God’s Memoir

In terms of being a Christian, I like to think I’m fairly open-minded. I realize that others don’t share my beliefs and try to respect that, despite our differences. But when I read this press release, I was offended nearly … Continue reading

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