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Stephen Fry’s Greek Heroes

February 16, 2022

If you sought out this book to get your fill of cozy romances and happy fairytales, walk away immediately. Stephen Fry’s Greek Heroes are anything but gentlemen and I’m sad for any woman who ever crossed their paths. One might paint a picture of kindergarten boys who won’t share their toys and push the other kids around to show dominance. One would not be entirely wrong. Take a look at the goods and bads of Stephen Fry’s Greek Heroes right here.

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The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid

May 3, 2019

One of the most popular books of 2018 and now I understand why. This is one hell of an oldschool Hollywood-esque ride with lots of ups and downs. It’s so vividly described and narrated that throughout the story, I was picking out which actors should be included in the movie adaption. Please let there be a movie adaption soon! Check out my review to understand why I fell for these wicked characters so very hard.

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SAGA by Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples

November 30, 2018

While a war rages around them, two soldiers from opposite sides fall in love. However, when their love results in a mixed child, it brings chaos and destruction to an old universe and both sides try their best to make this problem disappear. From kings to payed assassins, everyone seems to be chasing after the quirky family who’s just trying to survive and keep their baby safe.

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What We Owe by Golnaz Hashemzadeh Bonde

September 16, 2018

Nahid has suffered more than most will in a lifetime. Growing up in Iran during a troubled time, she has had to endure the death of loved ones, violent men and watching her country fall apart. Now she is safe in Sweden, but that doesn’t mean she is happy. She can’t let go of the past and it’s hurting the relationship between herself and her daughter. When Nahid is diagnosed with cancer everything falls apart (again) and she has to decide whether to give up or fight for the remains of her life.

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