Emily Wrayburn

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Emily has been writing since the age of six, but only recently developed the skill of finishing the projects that she starts (and even then, only sometimes). She is currently studying for a Masters in Museum and Heritage Studies and works as a reference librarian. In her spare time she can be found watching Doctor Who or curled up on the couch with a hot chocolate and a good book.

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A More Complicated Fairytale

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DOLLHOUSE by Anya Allyn
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DNF at 30%-ish.

Another case of "in another place and time, maybe" books. I just wasn't getting into it and I have so many other things to read right now.
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Lolcatz, Santa, and Death by Dog by Andrew Masterson
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I didn't read all of this. The articles were interesting enough but not really fascinating and grabbing of my attention, you know? But they were interesting...
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The Zigzag Effect by Lili Wilkinson
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3.5 stars rounded up.

I have a lot of feelings about the love interest in this book. Not to mention, there was no chemistry between him and the MC? And the story was a bit repetitive but it did pick up in the last quarter. I liked the resolution.

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The Slave City by Celine Jeanjean
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Review originally posted on A Keyboard and an Open Mind 04 February 2019:

I’ve got to say, I was pretty excited when I got an out of the blue email from Celine Jeanjean offering me an ARC of this book, as it had been a while! I re-read the first two i
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“The Hitch-Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy also mentions alcohol. It says that the best drink in existence is the Pan Galactic Gargle Blaster, the effect of which is like having your brains smashed out with a slice of lemon wrapped round a large gold brick.”
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