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Friday Meme #60

Friday Meme #60

November 3, 2017 Whitney Friday Memes 9 Comments

Hosted by Ramblings of a Coffee Addict  Question: When reading a book, do you use a bookmark to mark your place in the book, or do you just fold over the top corner of the page? Answer I always use a bookmark. It is sinful to dog-ear a book Hosted by Rose City Reader   […]

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Little Face by Sophie Hannah

Little Face by Sophie Hannah

October 27, 2016 Whitney Review 7 Comments

First Impressions I have always been a sucker for “If you liked…” This recommendation is not always well received but in the case of finding a Tana French replacement Sophie Hannah fit the bill. Little Face, the first book in the Spilling CID series has a duo that is just as unique as Rob Ryan […]

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The Cuckoo’s Calling by Robert Galbraith

The Cuckoo’s Calling by Robert Galbraith

September 23, 2016 Whitney Review 1 Comment

First Impressions I was a Harry Potter connoisseur growing up. Hence, it only seemed natural for me to venture into Robert Galbraith’s Cormoran Strike series beginning with The Cuckoo’s Calling. Impressions on Detective Work There weren’t as many twists and turns as I had been hoping for and had suspicions of my own as to […]

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The White Tiger by Aravind Adiga

The White Tiger by Aravind Adiga

April 5, 2016 Whitney Review 10 Comments

Quick Impressions The White Tiger by Aravind Adiga is the life story of Balram Halwai living in modern-day India.  The author gives the reader an account of Bslram Halwai’s life.  Thus showcasing how he became a successful entrepreneur by lying, cheating and even killing his way to the top. Based on this The White Tiger […]

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Misery by Stephen King

Misery by Stephen King

November 17, 2015 Whitney Review 0 Comments

First Impressions Kathy Bates ruined the novel Misery. She was just too good. Her role has become iconic. Therefore, it is hard to picture anything else. Impressions While Reading Having said that, Misery by Stephen King is creepy and much more gruesome than the film. To be honest, I’m a bit neutral about it. It […]

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Bad Wolf by Nele Neuhaus

Bad Wolf by Nele Neuhaus

August 10, 2015 Whitney Review 0 Comments

First Impressions Bad Wolf by Nele Neuhaus could be described as a Dr Phil episode on child abuse.  It is disturbing, yet a train wreck that one cannot tear away from.  Impressions While Reading Pia and Oliver are back and just as sharp as ever with a nail-biting crime at hand.  The novel had me […]

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