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Ms Ice Sandwich by Mieko Kawakami – Book Review

Ms Ice Sandwich is an #OwnVoices Japanese novella that is part of the Pushkin Press Japanese Novellas line, which consists of novellas written by authors who have won the Akutagawa Literary Prize—which is one of Japan’s most sough-after prizes— at some point during their careers. The novella revolves around a young adolescent boy who is…… Continue reading Ms Ice Sandwich by Mieko Kawakami – Book Review

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A Place Called Hiroshima by Betty Jean Lifton & Eikoh Hosoe – Book Review

A Place Called Hiroshima is a non-fiction, photographic journal of Hiroshima, Japan that outlines the lasting effects of the atomic bombing of the city, which occurred on 6th August 1945. It is written by Betty Jean Lifton with photographs taken by Eikoh Hosoe. This is a powerful book, despite being short with few words. What…… Continue reading A Place Called Hiroshima by Betty Jean Lifton & Eikoh Hosoe – Book Review

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Meg: Primal Waters (Meg #3) by Steve Alten – Book Review

Meg: Primal Waters is the third instalment in the science-fiction, action-adventure series, Meg, written by Steve Alten. After learning that the Meg film will be releasing in August, I decided to re-read Primal Waters so that I could continue with the series and satisfy my building excitement for the upcoming theatrical debut. The book was…… Continue reading Meg: Primal Waters (Meg #3) by Steve Alten – Book Review

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All Systems Red (The Murderbot Diaries #1) by Martha Wells – Book Review

All Systems Red is a hard science-fiction novella written by Martha Wells and it is also the first book in The Murderbot Diaries series. After hearing quite a bit of praise surrounding the book, I looked it up, found it on sale, and decided to give it a read. Upon finishing it, I must say…… Continue reading All Systems Red (The Murderbot Diaries #1) by Martha Wells – Book Review

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Daughter of the Siren Queen by Tricia Levenseller – Book Review

Daughter of the Siren Queen by Tricia Levenseller is the second novel in the young adult high fantasy duology called, Daughter of the Pirate King. I read and reviewed book one towards the end of March, and you can check out that full review here. When I read Daughter of the Pirate King, I had…… Continue reading Daughter of the Siren Queen by Tricia Levenseller – Book Review