Momma Leighellen’s Book Nook shares her thoughts on Chanel Miller’s book Know My Name in her latest book review

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Momma Leighellen’s Book Nook shares the books she read in March 2020 and picks her Top 3 favorites.

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When writing a book review for Ten Thousand Doors of January, I have to back up. This is a book for book lovers.  Reminiscent of The Time Travelers Wife, this is a dual narrative, dual timeline book within a book. Read it slow.  Savor it.  This one is special.  Book Review “Those of you who […]

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Here it is! My Top 13 Books of 2019! 2019 may have been my favorite year for books. I originally was going to have this be a Top 10 list.  But I thought, why don’t I give you a book a month to try?  That way, you can think of me all year long.  And, […]

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Cilka’s Journey Book Review Today’s book review is for Cilka’s Journey. Cilka’s Journey is the sequel to The Tattoist of Auschwitz. If you were one of the people that truly LOVED The Tattooist of Auschwitz, then you will most likely also enjoy this book! It continues the story of Cilka, who we last saw being taken […]

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In order to give The Family Upstairs a fair book review, I need to give you some background into my youth.  The Family Upstairs is a creepy thrill ride that made me think back to the bizarre book choices as a teen. Growing up, Agatha Christie & Stephen King were my favorite authors. A staple […]

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Although this cover is stunning and I eagerly anticipated the release of The Dutch House book, I don’t love this one! The Dutch House review gets 3 Stars from me. This book follows the life of a brother and sister over the years as they struggle to come to grips with their dysfunctional upbringing. After […]

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If you want one big messed up joy ride, read Never Have I Ever. You know those nights when you’re scrolling through the TV and you come across some crappy TNT show? It is late and you’re too tired to focus. However the show sucks you in anyway and next thing you know it’s 2am? […]

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To start my Nothing to See Here Review, I will share some dialogue that will draw you in immediately with it’s quirky premise: “They catch on fire” she said.“Are you joking?” I asked.“NO! God, of course not, Lillian. Why would I joke about something like this?” she said.“Well, ’cause I’ve never heard of anything like […]

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The Farm, by JoAnne Ramos is a creepy little thriller about surrogacy that raises the questions about what happens when we begin to tinker with nature. It is another favorite from 2019 that snuck up on me! The multiple quandaries it poses are perfect for a book club discussion! I read The Farm while walking […]

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