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Month: March 2020

Be Careful What You Wish For (Jeffrey Archer)

Be Careful What You Wish For (Jeffrey Archer)

Book 4 of the Clifton Chronicles picks up right where book 3 left off … sadly I read book 3 in 2016. Why did I not continue with the series then, I don’t know, and I wish I had as, although the characters are all familiar to me, I can’t really remember their stories and entirely how we got to where we are now. This series follows the Barrington/Clifton families.  Emma {Barrington} Clifton is the head of her family’s large…

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Mary Poppins – P.L. Travers

Mary Poppins – P.L. Travers

It was quite enjoyable to revisit the Mary Poppins of my youth anew through the P.L. Travers novel, which I never read as a child. I found many of the same lovable characters and stories I remembered form the Disney movie, as well as even more wonderfully funny, ironic and whimsical adventures. I did find that the Mary Poppins of the books is much more stuffy, selfish and rude than her Julie Andrews counterpart. This was a bit odd, but…

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Flight – Sherman Alexie

Flight – Sherman Alexie

Flight is a story about a half native american foster kid, who has named himself after his face ache. “Zits” has struggled through the foster system since he was eight years old. He feels angry, betrayed and alone. Now Zits is fifteen, and his pattern of crime and misbehavior is about to escalate. Just as Zits attempts to rob a bank, he is transported back in time. Zits journeys thought several historical events involving Native Americans. He experiences human tragedy…

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