The Book Meddler

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Book Review: The Duke and I by Julia Quinn

The Duke and I by Julia Quinn is the first novel in the Bridgerton series! Don’t tell me you’re not obsessing with the latest Shondaland production: Bridgerton. Well, this book focuses on the relationship between Daphne Bridgerton and Simon Basset, the Duke of Hastings.

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Book Review: The Henna Artist by Alka Joshi

The Henna Artist is a novel by Alka Joshi based in Jaipur, India during the mid 1950’s. Our main character, Lakshmi is a renowned henna artist across the high elite in this city. However, Lakshmi has a past. She ran away from her village and her abusive husband in order to make a life for herself.

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TV Show Review : Emily in Paris!

Emily is an amazing marketing specialist who got transferred to Paris from Chicago, after her company acquires a new branch in the City of Love. The only mishap is that Emily’s french is pretty basic- and I’m being kind when I say this!

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The Book Meddler’s April Wrap Up

Hey guys, happy Wednesday! Hope you’re having a great day. I decided to share my April wrap up, just to go over the books I’ve read and to see if I can increase this in May! Normal People – Sally Rooney Emma – Jane Austen Sissi: Accidental Empress- Allison Pataki

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Print Books over Ebooks according to The Book Meddler

There is this unspoken Print Books or Ebooks feud. So I’ve decided to put some light on the pros and cons of ebooks in this post. You can probably decide which one is better for you after reading them! What are Ebooks? Ebook is just a short version of electronic books. This means…

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Once Upon a Book Club VIP (Very Important Page Turner!)

Hi guys! I’ve been waiting for my first box in order to announce that I belong to the Once Upon a Book Club, Very Important Page-Turner’s Team! I personally love the dynamic these guys have created. You get a book each month, either adult fiction or young adult fiction. Now here’s where the…

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Book Review: El Cuaderno de Maya – Isabel Allende

Reseña en donde comparto mis opiniones sobre esta asombrosa novela.

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Book Review: The Reader – Bernhard Schlink

This is one of my all time favorites! I read it when I was beginning High School. This is a story of self discovery after a young german boy finds himself tangled up in an affair with a much older woman. Michael Berg is a fifteen year old boy in West Germany, 1958….

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Reseña: Mujeres del Alma Mía de Isabel Allende

Mujeres del Alma Mía es una recopilación de experiencias con el feminismo de Isabel Allende . En esta toma leemos sobre su admiración a múltiples mujeres y su lucha contra el machismo.

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Book Review: Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens

Where the Crawdads Sing is a novel by Delia Owens where survival and nature form a beautiful bond in Kya Clark’s life. Blurb: Where the Crawdads Sing For years, rumors of the “Marsh Girl” have haunted Barkley Cove, a quiet town on the North Carolina coast. So in late 1969, when handsome Chase…

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Book Review: To Have and To Hate by R.S. Grey

First of all I have to thank R.S. Grey for my Advance Review Copy of To Have and To Hate! If you’re looking for a fun read involving a broody millionaire and an aspiring artist, this one’s for you! Blurb: To Have and To Hate by R.S. Grey Marry a man I barely…

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Book Review: Los Leones de Sicilia de Stefania Auci

Los Leones de Sicilia de Stefania Auci cuenta la historia de los Florio. Una familia imponente que se adueñó del comercio siciliano en el siglo 19. Auci nos muestra sus orígenes así como los obstáculos que se presentaron para que esta familia trabajadora pudiera lograr sus sueños. Sinopsis: Los Florio, una poderosa dinastía…

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Book Review: Las Brujas de San Petersburgo por Imogen Edwards-Jones

Las Brujas de San Petersburgo por Imogen Edwards-Jones es una novela histórica basada en la vida de las princesas Militza y Anastacia de Montenegro. Esta historia cuenta el impacto que tuvieron estas princesas en la caída del Imperio de los Romanovs. Estos personajes fueron verídicos y lo mas interesante, es que fueron ellas quienes introdujeron a Rasputin a la corte de los Romanovs.

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Book Review: Happily Letter After by Vi Keeland and Penelope Ward

Happily Letter After by Vi Keeland and Penelope Ward is a sweet novel where a widower gives himself a second chance to find love. He actually finds it when – without his permission- his daughter writes a letter to santa through a magazine column asking for a special friend for her and her…

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Book Review: The Tattooist of Auschwitz – Heather Morris

During his time in Auschwitz he served as the designated tattooist, where he would brand each of his prison mates with a number.

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Book Review: Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier

Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier is a thriller involving the death of Rebecca de Winter, wife to Manderley heir, Maxim de Winter. The story takes course after Maxim marries again and brings his young bride to his precious Manderley. However, she finds it hard to fit in when Rebecca’s ghost follows her everywhere…

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Book Review: One Hot Italian Summer by Karina Halle

One Hot Italian Summer by Karina Halle is a novel about the romance between a young Italian single dad and a Scottish grieving author! This story will transport you to the beautiful Italian landscape and its flavor. Blurb: One Hot Italian Summer by Karina Halle An author finds inspiration in Tuscany in the…

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