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Review: ‘The Hunger Games’ by Suzanne Collins

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This wasn’t a book I had any intention of ever reading, but I forgot to pack a book for my fiancee (now husband) to read on the plane so at the airport we ended up buying it. The book is written in first person, which I don’t like, but despite that, I was able to get into it surprisingly fast. It’s an enjoyable and easy read.

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Review: ‘The City, Not Long After’ by Pat Murphy

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‘The City, Not Long After’ is set in San Francisco and the surrounding countryside after a plague kills off most of the human race. In the years shortly after, the city becomes filled with ghosts, and if you walk along the streets in the early morning, while everyone sleeps, you can see the dreams of the inhabitants. The mysterious, magical world is threatened by General Fourstar, intent on taking over the city and re-creating the United States. This book deals with art and war, and the nature of fighting. The world immediately draws you in and makes you want to explore the city. It’s a short read, but I highly recommend it.

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Back from honeymoon

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So my husband and I returned from our honeymoon last week (it was wonderful!). I’m hoping to start updating every 2 weeks again!