Category : Book Review

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Leaving the Sea by Ben Marcus – A Review

Leaving the Sea is a collection of stories by Ben Marcus. This is his fourth book, and most of the stories are fantastic. The collection doesn’t fail, however, to show Marcus’ literary talent, and his gift for evoking emotions through his storytelling. The first story in this collection, “What have you Done?” is about a

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Landline by Rainbow Rowell – A Review

Balancing the love of work and family is something many women can relate to. In Landline, Rainbow Rowell explores this problem head on. Georgie McCool is a dedicated mother and wife who when finally given the opportunity to have the career dream she has always wanted, chooses the career. Instead of going on a family

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The Paying Guests by Sarah Waters – A Review

Set in 1922 England after World War I, The Paying Guests focuses a great deal of its narrative on the role of women in the early part of the 20th century. It’s also about love, homosexuality, sex, murder, family and more. Francis Wray, the film’s protagonist, is a twenty-something woman who leaves London (and her

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