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“The Rest Of Us Just Live Here” by Patrick Ness

Within the space of a few weeks, I have read four Ness books. After finishing The Rest of us Just Live Here, I now only have one Ness to go: A Monster Calls. And since that particular unread Ness is going to … Continue reading

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“Cat’s Cradle” by Kurt Vonnegut

Don’t be a fool! Close this book at once! It is nothing but foma! Foma, of course, are lies. OK, so, this book was incredibly hard to put down. It didn’t take me long to finish at all (the fact that … Continue reading

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“Animal Farm” by George Orwell

I never really wanted to read Animal Farm. It seemed like such an odd book. Plus, a story with 95% of the characters as animals? Was not keen. The last book I read with a cast like that was about eleven … Continue reading

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