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The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society Book Review

“Perhaps there is some sort of homing instinct in books that brings them to their perfect readers.” — The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Society p. 10 If a book could be my soulmate, I’m pretty sure this would be THE ONE. (Although I’m afraid I’d be a very unfaithful mate to books… there are […]

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Book Review: Before We Kill and Eat You by H. B. Garlock

I love reading stories about missionaries. They are first and foremost typically very encouraging to my soul. Secondly, missionary stories provide fascinating accounts of other cultures. I probably should’ve flipped those around. I mainly love reading about other cultures and people groups, but then the added bonus with a missionary story is that my spirit […]

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Book Review: Bridge to Haven by Francine Rivers

Guys! I’ve got to take a break from reading page turners! I can’t get anything done once I’ve started a good, quick-read book. I become just about the laziest person on the planet, looking for any excuse at all to sit down with my book. “Oh I think I’ll get in the car line today […]

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Book Review: Three Wishes by Liane Moriarty—My New Favorite Author!

Liane Moriarty has become one of my favorite authors. I first read one of her books via my book club, and I was hooked. Three Wishes is my second novel to read of hers, and while I preferred The Husband’s Secret, this one was still pretty great. Moriarty is an Australian author who has a […]

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