Review: Big Magic by Elizabeth Gilbert 

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By Elizabeth Gilbert
Published September 22, 2015 by Riverhead Books
Genre: Nonfiction
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The first book I read in 2017 was Elizabeth Gilbert’s Big Magic: Creative Living Beyond Fear, and I’m finally getting around to reviewing it. Long story short, I loved this book. Continue reading “Review: Big Magic by Elizabeth Gilbert “

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Review: Burntown by Jennifer McMahon

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By Jennifer McMahon

Published April 25, 2017 by Doubleday Books
Genres:
 Suspense & Thriller
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In 1975, a young boy named Miles Sandeski witnesses his mother’s murder. What follows is ​a quirky yet thrilling tale about a family whose past is never far behind. Burntown stars a cast of misfits​–a truly lovable group of characters who all have interesting stories in their own right​ and keep you rooting for them despite their flaws.​ Continue reading “Review: Burntown by Jennifer McMahon”

Review: Born a Crime by Trevor Noah

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By Trevor Noah
Published November 15, 2016 by Spiegel & Grau
Genre: Nonfiction
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On The Daily Show, host Trevor Noah mentions his South African upbringing often, but in his new memoir Born a Crime: Stories from a South African Childhood, he goes much deeper into the complexities of South African history and culture, as well as his own past.  Continue reading “Review: Born a Crime by Trevor Noah”