Book review: Or What You Will

Or What You Will

Or What You Will,
by Jo Walton
Tor/Forge/Macmillan
Release date 7/7/2020
320 pages
Fantasy/Literary fiction

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I have to admit I had never heard of Jo Walton, even though she has written over 75 books. But something in the synopsis of her upcoming Or What You Will grabbed me, and I entered a giveaway through the Shelf Awareness Newsletter. I’m glad I won the book and can now present it to you. Click to continue reading

Book review: The Challenging Riddle Book for Kids

The Challenging Riddle Book for KidsThe Challenging Riddle Book for Kids:
Fun Brain-Busters for Ages 9-12,
by Danielle Hall
Illustrated by
Mary Kate McDevitt

Rockridge Press
6/9/2020
Juvenile Nonfiction/Humor
Age Range: 9-12 years
82 pages

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Because of Covid-19, this summer is unlike any other summer: very few camps open if any, and you may wonder what activities you are going to offer your children. The Challenging Riddle Book for Kids is the perfect book to have a bit of fun every day with them, outdoors or indoors.

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Book review: Three Hours in Paris

Three Hours in Paris

Three Hours in Paris
by Cara Black
Narrated by
Elisabeth Rodgers
Recorded Books
Soho Press
US release date 5/7/2020
360 pages
Audio 5/23/20

10H21
Historical mystery
Spy mystery/WWII

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When the new to me audiobook service Libro.fm contacted me (have a look, they have some great offers, especially if you already review audiobooks on your blog; and you can support your independent bookseller too), and when I saw they had a new release by Cara Black, I thought it would be a good way of testing their service. But Three Hours in Paris went far beyond my expectations.

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