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Hello, Write Edge readers! I’ve posted my latest book review for you. Today I’m sharing my thoughts on The Ickabog, the newest children’s novel from J.K. Rowling. Check out the opening to my post:

When a bumbling king lets his evil advisors take control of his kingdom, the advisors use rumors to scare people into submission. Two best friends, however, refuse to let the pressure force them into doing the wrong thing and devise a plan to reveal the truth instead. Author J.K. Rowling returns with a story that will remind everyone why her writing has had such a huge impact with her newest work The Ickabog.

Read the full review now on The Write Edge Bookshelf!

Stay safe, wear a mask, bundle up, and have a great night, readers!

E.R.G.

Book review up!

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Hello, Write Edge readers! I’ve posted my latest book review for you. Today I share my thoughts on The Push by Claire McGowan. Here’s the opening to my review:

When an afternoon lunch ends in a tragic death, the police officer on the case will have to confront six couples about what they did or didn’t see. As the officer tries to press people for information, her instinct raises the alarm on the fact that the death was more than just an accident. Author Claire McGowan brings together an interesting cast of characters in a plot that doesn’t quite gel in her newest book The Push.

Read the whole post now on The Write Edge Bookshelf!

Stay warm, stay safe, wear a mask, and have a great day, readers!

E.R.G.

Newest book review now up!

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Good morning, Write Edge readers! First, a very happy karva chauth to all Indian women out there who are celebrating this day of fasting. I wish you long, happy marriages with husbands who love you and take care of you.

I have a brand new book review to share with you today. This book, I can say with confidence, feels timely. I’m giving you my thoughts on the new release The Fighting Bunch by Chris DeRose, a deep dive into the political history of a small Tennessee town. Check out the opening to my post:

A group of American soldiers returns from fighting in World War II and makes a horrifying discovery: their hometown is under siege. Not from Nazis or the Imperial Japanese, however, but corrupt politicians. Determined not to relive the horrors they just fought, the soldiers take matters into their own hands to regain their town. Author Chris DeRose examines in fascinating detail and prescient prose the battle for Athens, Tennessee, in his new nonfiction book The Fighting Bunch.

Read the whole review now on The Write Edge Bookshelf!

Have a wonderful day, readers! Stay safe, stay warm, and wear a mask!

E.R.G.