Tag Archives: Edelweiss

  1. Review: Forest Dark by Nicole Krauss

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    September 29, 2017 by madbooklove

    Title: Forest Dark Author: Nicole Krauss Pages: 304 Genre: Literary Fiction Source: Free ARC from Harper Rating: 4.5 stars Note: As stated under the Source (above), I received this …
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  2. Review: The Unprotected by Kelly Sokol

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    August 31, 2017 by madbooklove

    Title: The Unprotected Author: Kelly Sokol Pages: 296 Genre: Fiction Source: Free ARC from Skyhorse Publishing Rating: 4 stars Note: As stated under the Source (above), I received …
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  3. Review: Abigale Hall by Lauren A. Forry

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    August 13, 2017 by madbooklove

    Title: Abigale Hall Author: Lauren A. Forry Pages: 376 Genre: Gothic, Mystery, Fiction Source: Free ARC from Skyhorse Publishing Rating: 4 stars Note: As stated under …
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  4. Review: Touch by Courtney Maum

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    May 31, 2017 by madbooklove

    Title: Touch Author: Courtney Maum Pages: 320 Genre: Contemporary Fiction Source: Free ARC from G.P. Putnam’s Sons Rating: B Note: As stated under the Source (above), I received this …
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  5. Review: Among the Lesser Gods by Margo Catts

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    May 26, 2017 by madbooklove

    Title: Among the Lesser Gods Author: Margo Catts Pages: 336 Genre: Fiction Source: Free ARC from Arcade Publishing Rating: A- Note: As stated …
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  6. Review: The Widow’s House by Carol Goodman

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    March 20, 2017 by madbooklove

    Title: The Widow’s House Author: Carol Goodman Pages: 352 Genre: Fiction, Gothic Source: Free ARC from William Morrow Rating: A Note: As stated under the Source (above), I …
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  7. Review: The Wicked City by Beatriz Williams

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    January 24, 2017 by madbooklove

    Title: The Wicked City Author: Beatriz Williams Pages: 384 Genre: Historical Fiction Source: Free ARC from William Morrow Rating: B Note: As stated under the Source (above), I received …
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