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photo 2017-08-28 06:01
Not enough shelves

Not enough shelves and need a bigger house.

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review 2017-07-03 15:48

A fresh review is up @ Eu e o Bam :) Unfortunately, it's only for Portuguese speakers :)

 

https://goo.gl/wmgc6J

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photo 2017-06-29 19:53

My current reads :)

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review 2016-11-30 17:07
The Ilse Witch by Terry Brooks
Ilse Witch - Terry Brooks
This one got off to a bit of a slow start for me. Terry Brooks has always had a great way of writing about the journey, the preparation, the traveling, the planning. But I don't think he quite hit that mark in this one. There are some fairly unique characters and a couple big surprises along the way to prepare for the journey, but it just wasn't enough to really pull me through that section of the story. 
 
Once we were underway, things got a little better. The aura of danger and being chased was amazing, but the highlights of their stops seemed to be rushed sometimes. I wanted to know more about each stop, see more of the islands, and more of the adventure.
 
But, true to form, Terry Brooks still dragged me into the story and by the end of the book the characters had taken over and I needed to finish the story. Left with a bit of a cliffhanger, I'll be requesting book two soon!
Source: www.hotofftheshelves.com/2016/11/the-ilse-witch-by-terry-brooks-review.html
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review 2016-11-28 16:16
Take the Storm by Rebecca Zanetti
Take The Storm - Rebecca Zanetti
I really enjoyed getting a look into Marisol's life and personality. Up until now, I have only been able to see her as the guardian and caregiver for her siblings, but in Take the Storm, we get to see who she is as a person. Unfortunately, that person has been locked away and only came up for breath a couple times. She so embedded in being the perfect parent figure, that she's forgotten about herself.
 
Patrick wants to see her come out of her shell and do something for herself, but his pushing and ultimatums may backfire. Marisol isn't a woman to take demands lightly. The rest of Storm, TX is chugging along with its usual drama. We see glimpses of other characters and Dakota takes an interesting turn in her views on her relationship with the Senator (not for the better). A good addition, with plenty to tease you for what's next.
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