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100 Pages A Day...Stephanie's Book Reviews

I absolutely love historical fiction and read a lot of it; I love to learn history this way.  I also enjoy reading science fiction, fantasy, horror, thriller and non-fiction science.

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September
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September 2018
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reviewed: The Silver Shoes
Anne has been struggling in a long-distance romance with long-time boyfriend, Sergio. Anne is an artist based in San Fransis...
The Silver Shoes - Jill G. Hall
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September 2018
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September 2018
18
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reviewed: When Elephants Fly
Tiger Lilly Decker is hoping to make it through the next twelve years. Her genetics have predicted her future and it doesn't...
When Elephants Fly - Nancy Richardson Fischer
September 2018
17
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Owl = called, but not read Jack O'Lantern = read, but not called Witch/Full Moon = both read and called -------------------...
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Our return yesterday left us with the worst jet-lag either of us has ever experienced and this pop up book was the most compl...
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I'm trying to balance ebooks and audiobooks for Halloween Bingo but that TBR stack is much smaller. Not a bad thing, it turns...
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Box called / read Book was
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I thought this was a very believable and refreshing way to portray the life of one of the most reviled emperors that ruled Ro...
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While interesting, this book was just not very satisfying, in the end. If it was supposed to be a story of the 1893 Chicago W...
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Question, do I need multiple copies of the same book?? Probably not. Am I completelty obsessed with these editions?? Heck yes...
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My digital card: And my physical card: My Markers: Squares I have read are getting an owl. Lollipops, spiders, a sk...
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Whew, I think I'm caught up on my posts! I've been reading things in sort of random order, so almost all of them haven't been...
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Meh. There were some nice changes from the standard Snow White, and I quite liked that she wasn't beautiful at all, but down...
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The first words in this book captured the essence of this novel, “Guns don’t kill people, People kill people.” Following this...
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