Monthly Archives: February 2013

We’ll be the Last Ones to Let You Down

This is the first book I am reviewing for NetGalley. This book is the memoir of Rachel Hanel, daughter of a gravedigger in Minnesota. Rachel grew up spending her time with her father as he maintained the graveyards and dug the graves around … Continue reading

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13 Books I did not enjoy

1. I just saw the preview for the DVD Eat, Pray, Love with Julia Roberts. I love Julia Roberts movies but I did not like this book at ALL and so I am disappointed that Julia is starring in the … Continue reading

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The Orphan King by Sigmund Brouwer

  I wish I would check before I read a “book one” of a series to determine if any other books in the series are published or if I am going to have to wait many years for installment number … Continue reading

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Annabel by Kathleen Winter

In 1968, into the devastating, spare atmosphere of the remote coastal town of Labrador, Canada, a child is born: a baby who appears to be neither fully boy nor fully girl, but both at once. Only three people are privy … Continue reading

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Revenge of the Vinyl Cafe, by Stuart McLean

Here is yet another example of how I sometimes feel as though I am on a foreign planet, when really, I am just in Canada and reading Canadian books. I checked this book out of the library and the librarian … Continue reading

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Cures for Hunger by Deni Bechard

This is the SIXTH book I am reading for this challenge – even though I STILL have not been updated on the book page itself!   I just read the book “Cures for Hunger” by Deni Bechard. This is the … Continue reading

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Magebane by Lee Arthur Chane

This is the SEVENTH book out of 13 that I need to read for the Canadian Book Challenge. It was a total accidental addition to the challenge, it was a book I wanted to read and it just HAPPENED to … Continue reading

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