Kingdom of Ink and Paper Book Review from @kleffnotes

Kingdom of Ink and Paper is a book that is perfect for anyone who grew up loving Pagemaster or if you are just a book nerd who has always wished the stories you loved were true. This Young Adult read is a book that will have you pushing your imagination along with the main character. Loving books is definitely a prerequisite for enjoying this book.

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Fatal Intent Book Review from @kleffnotes

If you are looking for a new thrilling mystery, Fatal Intent, is something that you should pick up. Dr. Euliano is a practicing anesthesiologist and tenured professor of anesthesiology at the University of Florida, she used that knowledge to craft a story with a doctor at the helm. This thriller is something that will hook you and keep you reading.

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Good Neighbors, Bad Times Revisited: New Echoes of My Father’s German Village Book Review from @kleffnotes

Good Neighbors, Bad Times was a memoir released by Mimi Schwartz in 2008 and she had not expected to delve back into her father’s story and the German village she had written about. Ten years later though she would be contacted by a man named Max Sayer, an 89 year old man in South Australia, who shared his story with her. He had grown up Catholic in the same village during the Third Reich. This led Schwartz to have a changed of perspective on the topic of being a neighbor in times of hate. This newly created book weaves excerpts from Sayer’s memoir and hers, which creates a different sort of story.

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A Night at the Dreslen Book Review from @kleffnotes

Stephanie McBain is a screenwriter and director who you might recognize from the holiday movies A Kiss on Candy Cane Lane or Hashtag Blessed. When 2020 was leading to shut downs throughout the industry she was concerned that she might not be able to shoot anything and decided to try something new. McBain took a previously unproduced script and reverse engineered it into a YA Novella.

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The Things We Leave Unfinished Book Review from @kleffnotes

Rebecca Yarros is back with another beautiful and emotionally evolved story, The Things We Leave Unfinished. When two lives become connected through the story of another person, they find themselves trying to see what could be. If you are looking for a romantic read with a reluctant to love lead you should consider pre-ordering Yarros’ latest work.

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