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Review for I Was Reincarnated as the 7th Prince so I Can Take My Time Perfecting My Magical Ability Vol. 1

Review for I Was Reincarnated as the 7th Prince so I Can Take My Time Perfecting My Magical Ability Vol. 1

I Was Reincarnated as the 7th Prince so I Can Take My Time Perfecting My Magical Ability, Volume 1, Kenkyo na Circle, Yosuke Kokuzawa, Manga, Fantasy, Child, Creature, Book,I received this book from Netgalley in exchange of an honest review.

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Teaser Tuesday ~ A Girl Called Justice: The Smugglers’ Secret

Teaser Tuesday ~ A Girl Called Justice: The Smugglers’ Secret

A Girl Called Justice: The Smugglers' Secret, Justice Jones, Book 2, Girl, Lantern, Clouds, Lightning, Lighthouse, Boarding School, Mystery, Murder, Children's Books, Elly Griffiths
I flipped through the book randomly and ended up at page 127.

A few ornaments had also been placed on the desk – a bronze Alsatian, a wooden cat and a paperweight in the shape of an aeroplane – but Justic was more interested in the parts of the room that she wasn’t supposed to explore.

Friday’s Page 69 ~ A Girl Called Justice

Friday’s Page 69 ~ A Girl Called Justice

A Girl Called Justice, Justice Jones, Elly Griffiths, Boarding School, Children's Books, Mystery, Historical Fiction, Murder, Girl, Clouds, Maids, Snow Storm
Justice hardly dared to breathe as feet clipped past her. Women’s feet, wearing stout walking shoes. Justice didn’t need her torch to identify the slim figure. It was Miss de Vere, wearing a black coat and hat. The headmistress ran down the stairs, her heavy shoes surprisingly light, and Justice heard the sound of a key in a lock. It must be the inner door. Yes, it made a soft, furtive click as it shut behind her.

Review for The House of Dead Maids

Review for The House of Dead Maids

The House of Dead Maids, Clare B. Dunkle, Horror, Ghosts, Maids, Masters, Children's Books, Dead People“She stood very still in the dusky passage where the light was the poorest. Like me, she wore the black dress that proclaimed her a maid of the house, but where mine was new, hers was spoiled by mildew and smears of clay. Thin hair, dripping with muddy water, fell to her shoulders in limp, stringy ropes. This was my companion of the night before – and she was dead.”

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Top 10 Books February 2018

Top 10 Books February 2018

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