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The Thirteenth Tale: A Novel

The Thirteenth Tale: A Novel: Diane Setterfield: 9780743298032: Books

Great book! It had me on the edge of my seat the whole time. Definitely one of the best suspense/mystery thrillers I've read.

26 Books That Will Change The Way You See The World (via BuzzFeed)

16 Books To Read Before They Hit Theaters This Year - looks like I have a new reading list. 3 down, 13 to go.

There are at least 5 on this list I think I should read this year.

40+ Life-Changing Books to Read This Summer

Easy way to find a book to read

What Do I Feel Like Reading [Infographic]

I will warn you, don’t pick up this book if you only have ten minutes to spare because you will not want to put the book down. Outside the Lines is much more than a good read, it is a thought provoking book that will stay with you long after you close the pages. I can’t recommend this book enough!

Mrs.Q: Book Addict: Review: Outside the Lines by Amy Hatvany

Best books of 2014: the ultimate list!

The Ultimate List Of The Best 2014 Books

Popsugar has made a list of 2014 beach books for women. It’s a collection of hot bestsellers in mystery, romance, and modern fiction, mixed with classic evergreens.

Best beach reads 2014 (infographic)

Gone To Amerikay is a charming and entertaining work of fiction with lots of history in it, focusing on the experience of Irish immigrants coming to New York City. It follows three storylines from three times...with plenty of surprises along the way. Crime and criminals, con men and soulful singers, even a few ghosts...The art by Colleen Doran is equally appealing. Realistic in some ways, but with characters that are still somewhat idealized, which worked fine for me.


Emigrants and Exiles: Ireland and the Irish Exodus to North America (Oxford Paperbacks) by Kerby A. Miller

2015 Must Read Books

2015 Must Read Books

"This sweeping, century-spanning graphic novel explores the vivid history of Irish émigrés to New York City via three intertwined tales, from a penniless woman raising a daughter alone in the Five Points slum of 1870, to a struggling young artist drawn to the nascent counterculture of 1960, the year America elected its first Irish-Catholic president."--Publisher's website.

The Gods of Gotham (Gods of Gotham 1)

Among the Wonderful: A Novel, by Stacy Carlson "Carlson ably exploits this historical milieu, describing the milling crowds in the exhibition halls; the malodorous, dangerous alleyways of the slum called Five Points; the swampy, still-wild edges of Upper Manhattan. . . . [she] writes sensitively, often beautifully, of the desire to be free of the gaze of others, of the misery of serving as a mirror in which others may see themselves." -- New York Times Book Review

dystopian novels

8 Dystopian Novels That Are Way Better Than 'The Hunger Games'

Books about pandemics and plagues

Plague fiction – why authors love to write about pandemics Gone Girl: A Novel eBook: Gillian Flynn: Kindle Store This Perfect Day eBook: Ira Levin: Books

Star Lake Saloon and Housekeeping Cottages: A Novel (Library of American Fiction)

The Waters of Star Lake

Cross Roads

15 Books To Read Before They're Movies

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