The Maze Readers

 

April 9, 2019

By Lucy Harris

A few books stick to you like glue and decline to be consigned to oblivion. On the other hand, some just drift over you and tend to be out of mind. I read this book fairly quickly, and right then I fathom this is something that will be sticking with my he...

April 8, 2019

By Amelia Miller


Let me just start off by telling you that I have children. Three of them, actually. I am starting this review with that because I am no kid rookie. I have a grasp of kids and what they like most of the time. I actually do have one kid who is very fond o...

April 8, 2019

By Sarah Carter

It’s been a while since I’ve really felt ‘called’ to a book. I know many of you readers would understand this. The kind of story that draws you in and stays with you, like one of those classics you’d read and crowed about over and over—a 1970’s tale of w...

April 2, 2019

By Lucy Harris

I have to admit, I normally shy away from mysteries and the concept of hunting in the woods is not really something on my radar. Of course, I’ve heard of it, and I thought that I knew some basic but that’s pretty much it. I honestly didn't think I would r...

April 1, 2019

By Sarah Carter

Every now and then, I'll read something that hits me so close to dead center that I would feel as though the author somehow knew me and kept me from ever wanting to stop reading. This is exactly what 48XXX81 by Dr. Irene Ford did for me. I can't precisel...

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