Monthly Archives: February 2018

The Last Mrs. Parrish by Liv Constantine

My Review: Amber Patterson has had a disappointing life and so she sets her eyes on a handsome, rich married man, Jackson Parrish, with her goal being to make him hers, in The Last Mrs. Parrish.  She befriends his lovely wife, … Continue reading

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First Survivor by Mark Unger

My Review: The Unger’s endured every parent’s worst nightmare when their young son, age three, was diagnosed with cancer and given a 0% chance of survival. But the world of medicine is ever changing and with dedicated patient advocates like … Continue reading

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The Immortalists by Chloe Benjamin

  My Review: Four children from a Jewish family on the lower east side of Manhattan visit a psychic in the summer of 1969 and are told the date they will die.  Does this information, this prediction, change the way … Continue reading

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Origin by Dan Brown

  My Review: Perfectly written for the big screen, Dan Brown definitely knows how to keep a plot moving! He feeds the reader information, just enough to peek your interest, and to create mysteries and questions.  In each chapter he … Continue reading

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