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Game of Thrones: A Song of Ice and Fire by George R.R. Martin

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What makes this saga one of the best fantasy book series of this age?
“Winter is coming.” These ominous words are spoken throughout the book series, A Song of Ice and Fire by George Martin. Referred to by Time Magazine as the “American Tolkien,” Martin has created what can be described as one of the best fantasy book series of this day and age. All books have been nominated for Hugo, Locus, Nebula, and World Fantasy awards. Martin’s saga tells the story of multiple characters in fictional lands (The Telegraph 2011).

Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo

Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo

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Six dangerous outcasts. One impossible heist. Kaz’s crew is the only thing standing between the world and destruction―if they don’t kill each other first.

100 Best Books of All Time

100 Best Books of All Time

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Every book lover feels the deep and painful pang of limited time. We want to read all the books.

In the movie “About Time”, Bill Nighy’s character possesses the power of time travel. He uses his superpower to eternally extend his capacity for reading. (He has a particular love for Hemingway books, by the way…)

Can you imagine?! Book-lover’s paradise.

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Below you’ll find book stories, young adult, new adult, and other widely assorted genre books. Some of our reviews and personal stories help with depression, crisis moments like midlife, and more.  We’ve literally compiled hundreds of book reviews for you to peruse. 

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We all know that nothing replaces reading an entire book (especially in one sitting, over a slow, breezy weekend…)

Think of our book reviews as first dates.  They are deeper relationships than the ones we share with strangers from a distance, but they don’t require intense commitment.

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Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo

Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo

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Six dangerous outcasts. One impossible heist. Kaz’s crew is the only thing standing between the world and destruction―if they don’t kill each other first.

100 Best Books of All Time

100 Best Books of All Time

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Every book lover feels the deep and painful pang of limited time. We want to read all the books.

In the movie “About Time”, Bill Nighy’s character possesses the power of time travel. He uses his superpower to eternally extend his capacity for reading. (He has a particular love for Hemingway books, by the way…)

Can you imagine?! Book-lover’s paradise.

You’ve Got a Friend: Classic Quotes from Literature

Classic Literature Quotes from Great Books

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We’ve compiled the ultimate list of literature quotes that will awaken your heart again. Even if you aren’t stuck in a reading rut, you will find yourself floating on cloud nine after reading just a few of these babies.

On the Come Up by Angie Thomas

On the Come Up by Angie Thomas

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The story of fighting for your dreams, even as the odds are stacked against you, and especially for young black people, freedom of speech isn’t always free.

Best Gifts Book Lovers

37 Unique and Useful Gifts for Book Lovers

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You want to find the best book gifts for your bookworms to let them know how much they are loved and appreciated?
It doesn’t always have to be a book to be a meaningful present – you can bring nice surprises to them with your creativity!

How Reading Before Bed Helps You Fall Asleep?

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Nowadays, people can’t live without their phones or internet, which is affecting their sleep quality extensively. If you make a Google search for ways to get better sleep, you will find reading books as one of the top five ideas.

How To Read A Book

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Reading a book is better if there are no distractions and your mind can fully absorb every event of the story. How you read a book matters.

The Cruel Prince By Holly Black

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Different from the fairies we’ve always known since we’re little. The Cruel Prince shows an exciting story of a witty mortal’s way to survive in Faerie.

My First Visit To The Bookstore

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I opened the red door, and a little bell rang…
I was seven years old, but I still remember that day. It was early afternoon, and my grandfather decided it was time to buy my very first book.
See, he had this tradition going on with my older brother. Every month, they’d visit the local bookstore and buy a book. As long as my brother read it, my grandfather would pay for it.
I always felt jealous. But, it was my turn!

4 Ways Technology Made Our Reading Habits Easier

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All Bibliophiles might not have similar taste in books, but they do have some things in common. Whether it is the book sniffing habit or spending hours in libraries and bookstores, there are things that all book readers just easily relate to.

6 Reasons Why Kindle Voyage Is Better Than Paperwhite

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Amazon’s Kindle has undoubtedly been a boon to readers athwart the globe. The Kindle continues to be one of the best e-readers in the market. It offers three models to pick from with a few differences in their specs. That’s where it gets confusing. As an addition to the Oasis and Paperwhite, we now have the Kindle Voyage amongst us. Each one of these versions has had their share of unique features.

4 Books that Increase Awareness and Help Fight Depression

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Here’s the thing about depression: it is an immensely crippling mental illness. So much so, that verbalizing what one is going through is an onerous task.
It is a complex illness, a layered pain, and the stigma around it doesn’t help. I can try to put into words and say: it is a combination of ineffable hollowness and infinite sadness. When someone is going through a depressive episode, no matter how productive or functional they may appear, they are predisposed to low self-worth, lack of motivation and an absence of the ability to partake in the enjoyment of life.

5 Reasons the Kobo Aura is my Favorite e-Reader

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eBooks are becoming extremely popular, and if you’re like most people, you must be a fan of digital books as well.

While traditional libraries are still a thing, a growing number of people now prefer eBooks which is why there is a massive demand for best e-readers. If you search for best e-reader, you will end up with a number of results with each option claiming to be the best e-reader.

3 Jungian Psychology Books for Navigating Midlife Crisis

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The crisis of midlife is a summons. This appointment beckons us into a more substantial and more meaningful life. At midlife, life’s unanswerable questions grip and fascinate the soul into a potential awakening, not to answers, but an enriched life — a more conscious way of being.