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Foundation and Empire is the second book in the Foundation series. It picks up roughly 40 years after the first book concluded and contains two more stories following the progression of the Foundation…
Realms of the Dragons is an anthology of stories that take place in the Forgotten Realms Dungeons & Dragons setting. The stories in this collection span many different time periods in the history …
I was surprised to find that Green Rider is exactly the right length, despite being roughly 500 pages long. Although the beginning is a bit slow, the story quickly takes off and maintains excellent pa…
Buckle up, because this book is a bit of a bumpy ride, in all of the best ways! It’s been quite a few years since I read We Were Liars, and this book is the prequel to that so unfortunately I may have…
Castle Cove is the perfect place to escape to for a while, though if you’re looking to enjoy a nice, quiet book with a cute storyline, you’d better look elsewhere! The Agathas is one of my n…
This sea-faring novel is a different take on the role of female pirates.  Instead of being an action-packed adventure laden storyline, this storyline is based far more in relationship analysis.&n…
I have been very fortunate in my YA book choices lately and I Am the Ghost in Your House is yet another delightful new release that I will be reading again in the future. (I love to revisit favorites …
It isn’t often that a non-fiction work makes its way to my reading pile.  However, I found the topic of this book in relation to its focus on textiles an intriguing one.  When you think of a…
Isaac Asimov was a writer of classic science fiction, and his work has greatly influenced science fiction as we know it today. The Foundation Series, of which this book is the first, is probably his b…
I don’t know about you, but I absolutely love a book that takes the real world and infuses it with a little magical realism, especially if it’s done in a way that is almost believable and makes my ima…
In these modern times, I'm fairly certain that almost everyone has had at least a moment or two when they wish they could just get away from all of the updates and near constant connectivity that tech…
When I heard that Dark of the West was a political fantasy heavily inspired by World War II, I picked it up immediately. And while the book wasn't perfect, the blend of mid-20th century technology and…