Book Review: Divergent Trilogy

Posted by Nichole on August 21, 2017 in Book Reviews, Movies |

As if you didn’t all know this already, I do enjoy a good young adult read and Veronica Roth’s trilogy doesn’t disappoint. In this dystopian series, teens have to make some serious choices:  what faction will they  be for the rest of their lives?  Will they be always truthful, brave, selfless, intelligent, or peaceful?  So […]

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Book Review: Liv Bergen series

Posted by Nichole on March 6, 2016 in Book Reviews, FanGirl, Mystery |

I’ve talked about this series before and I just can’t say enough things about it. If you don’t know anything about the Liv Bergen series, here’s a crash course.  Liv is a strong, independent woman who comes from a family of nine children.  The family is in the mining business, and Liv is definitely at […]

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Book Review: “Hour of the Hunter”

Posted by Nichole on April 2, 2012 in Book Reviews |

There is something wonderful (to me, at least) about being read to.  I love books, in case you didn’t know, and would rather read or knit than do just about anything else.  Being able to turn back a few pages to “catch something” again is fun.  Feeling the pages move from right to left as […]

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Book Review: “13 1/2”

Posted by Nichole on February 28, 2012 in Book Reviews |

I’ve read—and enjoyed—a few of Nevada Barr’s Anna Pigeon books.  13 1/2 isn’t one of them. This stand-alone has nothing to do with National Parks or even the “outdoors.”  It’s not a cozy mystery with an unlikely sleuth.  Heck, it’s not even really a mystery.  Instead, I would categorize 13 1/2 as a psychological thriller. […]

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