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Book Review: Love that Lasts

Title: Love that Lasts: How We Discovered God’s Better Way for Love, Dating, Marriage and Sex Author: Jefferson and Alyssa Bethke My Rating: 4 stars Goodreads. Book Depository. This book is a really great book filled with the testimonies of a wonderful couple. Full of good advice, great anecdotes and real life advice about dating… Continue reading Book Review: Love that Lasts

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Book Review: The Beauty of Darkness

Title: The Beauty of Darkness (The Remnant Chronicles #3) Author: Mary E Pearson My Rating: 5 stars Goodreads. Book Depository. This book was such a wonderful end to the Remnant Chronicles. Full of emotion, intrigue, political twists and turns, Pearson keeps you guessing right till the end in the stunning conclusion to Rafe, Lia and… Continue reading Book Review: The Beauty of Darkness

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5 Thoughts on A Court of Wings and Ruin

This year when I re-read ACOTAR and ACOMAF by Sarah J Maas, instead of writing book reviews I wrote two posts, each sharing five thoughts on the books (you can find them here and here.) Since I’m a stickler for seeing things through, here is the one for ACOWAR. While I have also written a review … Continue reading 5 Thoughts on A Court of Wings and Ruin

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Book Review: Don’t look behind you but . . .

Title: Don’t look behind you but . . . Tales from an African safari guide. Author: Peter Allison My Rating: 3.5 stars Goodreads. Book Depository. This book was a really funny insight into the life of a safari guide in Africa – spanning across multiple years, there are lots of great and interesting moments as… Continue reading Book Review: Don’t look behind you but . . .

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Book Review: So Much to Tell You

Title: So Much to Tell You Author:  John Marsden My Rating: 4 stars Goodreads. Book Depository. This book is a great Australian novel that covers mental health, family issues and belonging, all found in a 14 year olds diary. Short and sweet, this book has so much packed in it. Synopsis: Scarred, literally, by her… Continue reading Book Review: So Much to Tell You