Monthly Archives: March 2014

The Lone Ranger Volume 7 by Ande Parks, Esteve Polls

The Lone Ranger Volume 7 takes an interesting turn from standard LR stories: this focuses on events back East in the City (St. Louis) as well as completing a former story of Tonto. We get more of the Lone Ranger’s … Continue reading

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Meatless All Day By Dina Cheney

Meatless All Day is a very versatile cookbook suitable for those who want creative dishes with the satisfaction of meat. The recipes are diverse, flavorful, and rich. The book breaks down as follows: Overview including tips on cooking vegetables, eggs, … Continue reading

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Zenn Scarlett by Christian Schoon

Zenn Scarlett is a likeable (if ultimately lacking in nuances) YA science fiction featuring a ‘screw up’ protagonist, her pet alien raccoon-like creature, and a simple young man. This is an easy read that will keep younger readers interested but … Continue reading

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Whisper Falls Book 1 by Elizabeth Langston

Whisper Falls is an engaging YA/teen book with a strong 1790s era teen girl meeting a grounded hero from 2016. The story moves smoothly and an involved plot highlighting the plight of indentured servants in the post colonial period of … Continue reading

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Fine Cooking Cakes & Cupcakes

Fine Cooking Cakes and Cupcakes is an easy to use cookbook full of great recipes ranging from traditional cakes such as german chocolate to more elaborate showstoppers such as chocolate roulade with raspberry filling. The book is broken down by … Continue reading

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Lines of Departure (frontlines 2) by Marko Kloos

Lines of Departure is the sequel to Kloos’ debut book, Terms of Enlistment. I purchased Lines of Departure in an Audible sale and didn’t realize this was the second book. That said, it was easy to follow the story and … Continue reading

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Stolen Songbird by Danielle L Jensen

Stolen Songbird feels like a book length retelling of a fairytale myth: the story of a pure hearted girl stolen to the land of the trolls and who uses her pluck to win the heart of the prince and free … Continue reading

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