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A Book With A Number In The Title

I just happen to be a fan of Lee Child’s since he put out the first Jack Reacher novel back in 1998 and I read them as soon as I can find them. The novels reminded of the Gold Eagles … Continue reading

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A Book With A Name In The Title

I know I’m a couple weeks behind in posting my reads for this year’s challenge and I’m playing catch up at the moment.  So the book I picked for this particular week was a classic. Oliver Twist. It’s the name … Continue reading

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A Book Set In Your Hometown/Region

A book set in your region? I’m going with the novella; Jack the Giant-Killer by Charles de Lint. It’s set in Ottawa and surrounding areas to reveal a very mystical urban fantasy realm. A world where the Wild Hunt roams … Continue reading

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A Book Published In the 20th Century

I Heard The Owl Call My Name is written by Magaret Craven was written in 1967 and was first published by Clarke Irwin and Co. Ltd in Toronto, ON. The edition I picked up is a Totem edition published in … Continue reading

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A Book That Became A Film

This weeks 2018 Ultimate Reading Challenge had me thinking of quite a few books to read. They’re hundreds of books that have been made into movies. I was either going to find a book I haven’t read but saw the … Continue reading

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A Book By Someone Who Isn’t A Writer

So this one was a pretty tough choice for me to do.There are a lot of bios out there written by people who are not writers to begin with and most of them have help putting their experience to pen … Continue reading

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A Book Written By A Female Author

For this weeks 2018 Ultimate Reading Challenge (as proclaimed in the title) I’ve dusted off one my novels and giving it a re-read. Ursula Le Guin’s The Left Hand of Darkness will be my book challenge this week. With her … Continue reading

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