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Daisy Whitney
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Fallen Over Book Reviews
Fallen Over Book Reviews rated it 3 years ago
I saw this book in my public library as I was glancing around to see what was there. I saw the title picked it up and flipped it over. When I read the back it pulled me because it says "When someone you love has died, there is a certain grace period during which you can get away with murder. Not lit...
My Never Ending List
My Never Ending List rated it 5 years ago
I really wanted Danny to find peace or something when he went to Tokyo as his mood really depressed me. His mother had died a few months ago, his father passed away a few years ago and his sister basically left and he was alone. He was searching in Tokyo for whatever made his mother so happy when ...
Books for a Delicate Eternity
Books for a Delicate Eternity rated it 5 years ago
A copy of this novel was provided by Bloomsbury Australia for review. Yet another two star read for yours truly. I seriously don’t know what’s going on at the moment with me and my reads – it is thoroughly disappointing that I am reading so many mediocre books at the moment, especially when they h...
Books for a Delicate Eternity
Books for a Delicate Eternity rated it 5 years ago
The Mockingbirds was an incredibly interesting novel. A student collective that runs trials against student crimes? Sounds pretty fabulous. I felt at times it was hard to get a grasp on who our main character, Alex, really was. I know that she enjoyed playing piano, and that she got date raped (whic...
Books With Bite
Books With Bite rated it 6 years ago
My goodness. There are very few books that make me cry just within the first few chapters. And this one…this one hit me in the heart fast. Plot: As a parent of a little boy, I can’t imagine dying right before his graduation. But this plot…this plot grabs the reader right away. The range of emotion...
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