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Review: The Transfigured Hart

Another book I read a long time ago, probably around age eight or nine. I remember having the feeling while I was reading it that I wasn’t grasping the fundamental principles of the novel; I wanted real magic, real unicorns, real excitement.  224 more words

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Lighting Fire to the Veil of Despair

I feel the weight of the medication lifting. With it the veil of sorrow that I have been trapped in. The world is growing brighter and brighter by the moment and I feel more like myself. 844 more words


Review: Abby Carnelia's One and Only Magical Power

This novel was, in a word, adorable.

Despite a too-short, sticky-toffee-pudding ending about how everyone is special in their own way, the actual meat of the story was engaging, endearing, and hilarious. 118 more words

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Review: I Am Morgan Le Fay

A brief but powerful take on the origin myth of Morgan le Fay. I adored Springer’s language—decidedly dark, but sparingly so; she never wandered into melodramatic territory. 146 more words

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Reading Process: Dearly, Departed – 161 Pages In

As you can see, I’m reading through this bad boy way faster than You’re Not Much Use to Anyone. Honestly, I think it’s because… 370 more words


Land of Love and Drowning by Tiphanie Yanique | Book Review

Published on Aug 14, 2014

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Get to Know King David

Nancy I. Sanders pens a series of books aimed at kids called “Get to Know…,” with this latest book focusing on the Biblical King David.  It is recommended by the publisher primarily for ages 6-10, but older readers seeking a summary of David’s life will also find it useful.   317 more words