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Wordless Wednesdays #67

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Audiobook Review : Underground Railroad by Colson Whitehead

Title : Underground Railroad Author : Colson Whitehead Narrators : Bahni Turpin Genre : Historical Publisher : RandomHouse Listening Length : 10 hours 44 minutes Rating : 3.5/5 Narrator Rating : 4/5 This book imagines the underground railroad, to be an actual railroad, instead of what it actually was – a network of secret escape […]

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Wordless Wednesdays #66

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Wordless Wednesdays #65

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Audiobook Review : Still life by Louise Penny

Title : Still Life Series : Inspector Gamache (Book 1) Author : Louise Penny Narrators : Ralph Cosham Genre : Mystery Publisher : Blackstone Audio Listening Length : 9 hours 37 minutes Rating : 4.5/5 Narrator Rating : 4.5/5 In the small village of Three Pines, Montreal, a woman has been found dead, shot by […]

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Audiobook Review : The Couple Next Door by Shari Lapena

Title : The Couple Next Door Author : Shari Lapena Narrators : Kirsten Potter Genre : Mystery Publisher : Penguin Audio Listening Length : 8 hours 40 minutes Rating : 3.3/5 Narrator Rating : 4/5 Babysitter having bailed last minute, Anne and Marco leave baby daughter Cora at home alone while stepping out for dinner […]

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Wordless Wednesdays #63

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Audiobook Review : The Breadwinner by Deborah Ellis

Title : The Breadwinner Author : Deborah Ellis Narrators : Rita Wolf Genre : Contemporary Publisher : Listening Library Listening Length : 2 hours 59 minutes Rating : 4.5/5 Narrator Rating : 4/5 Parvana lives with her parents and siblings in Taliban-ruled Kabul. Parvana’s learned father ekes out a living as a reader-writer in their […]

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Wordless Wednesdays #62

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Wordless Wednesdays #61

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