October Wrap-up | November T.B.R. List 2015

October Wrap-up | November T.B.R. List 2015

It’s time for a Wrap-up post. I didn’t write it right the the end of the month because I had to write one more review, and also because it’s been a dark and sad weekend for me.

On my October’s TBR 2015 list there were 5 novels:

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Wolf By Wolf Review


Megnificent Books

Under normal circumstances the crackpot theories that are contained in Wolf By Wolf‘s glorious pages would never work. An author can’t merely throw together every idea she’s ever had for a book and expect them to mesh together as though they were never conceived separately. Well read it and weep because Graudin does just that times infinity with this genre bending tour de France. It’s 1956 in the remains of post war Berlin, the command center of Hitler’s unchallenged iron grip on the world. Deep in the bowels of the city though lurks a resistance whose very success hinges on the demise of Hitler at the hand of one of their own; a seventeen year old girl named Yael. Fear not though, Yael is not a mere teenager but instead a victim of revolutionary supernatural experimentation at the hands of a cruel concentration camp scientist; a curse that grants…

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The TBR Book Tag

The TBR Book Tag

Hello everyone. I’m sorry for the lack of reviews. I’m reading several books, and I’ll review them as soon as I can. Olivia, from Bibliomad, tagged me to complete the TBR Book Tag, and it seemed fun. Thank you Olivia. You can check out her blog here.

I will not let the “nominees” know I tagged them via comments. If you/they have Pingbacks activated, you/they will be automatically get a notification, since I’ll link one of their post on my post.

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To Be Read: Into the Magic Shop, by James R. Doty


into the magic shopExtraordinary things happen when we harness the power of both the brain and the heart.
 
Growing up in the high desert of California, Jim Doty was poor, with an alcoholic father and a mother chronically depressed and paralyzed by a stroke. Today he is the director of the Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education (CCARE) at Stanford University, of which the Dalai Lama is a founding benefactor. But back then his life was at a dead end until at twelve he wandered into a magic shop looking for a plastic thumb. Instead he met Ruth, a woman who taught him a series of exercises to ease his own suffering and manifest his greatest desires. Her final mandate was that he keep his heart open and teach these techniques to others. She gave him his first glimpse of the unique relationship between the brain and the heart.
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