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Curling up with a good book is a favourite year-round pursuit: in front of a blazing fire in January, in the park under a warm May sun, in a hammock lake-side in July or with coffee on the back porch overlooking brilliant fall foliage.

ChickAdvisor members love light reads like the wildly popular Shopaholic series by Sophie Kinsella or the more introspective romances of Emily GiffinHe's Not That Into You gives us food for thought, and Stephenie Meyer's Twilight series is a guilty little pleasure.

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Black Dagger Brotherhood: Lover Revealed

1 review

It took me awhile to get into this book as I found it a little boring and lack luster at first. The character makes sense in the book in the end but at first mixing a human into a vampire society is a bit tedious. Overall I ended up finishing and liking the way it all melds...
Ze-ther de atriana Reeves

1 review

Montréalaise, Atriana Reeves est une conférencière, auteure-compositeure-interprète née en 1970. Ceci est son premier livre . Cet intrigue est à lire absolument. Un peu de mystère, autre dimension etc... Il y a une bande-annonce sonore à télécharger gratuitement!
The Book Thief

6 reviews

I love reading books. I love being taken away to the lands in the books. I am an emotional person, so when I cry reading a book, I know it is an amazing book. I will be keeping this book on my shelf for years to come. I make a point to read the book before watching the movie...
Passion Planner

2 reviews

The planner of all planners. I've used many different kinds of planners but this one is by far my favourite. I usually buy the undated Sunday compact in Timeless Black. It's lightweight and fits easily in most of my purses. I love the breakdown of the day by 1/2 hour increments...
Indefensible

1 review

This book is insane! I loved the authors ability to suck the reader in and keep them wanting more. I couldn't stop turning the pages and devouring every bit of this book. Sick read!
The Inn by William Patterson

1 review

I got this book as I wanted something different. This book is a Horror/Suspense/Murder Mystery. I love Murder Mysteries, but Horror is usually too cheesy or way out there for me to enjoy. This book named The Inn is by William Patterson, and it is his second ever published book...
The Time Keeper by Mitch Albom

4 reviews

's not that it's a bad book. It's a nice little fable and has good intentions. Many will no doubt find it comforting and life-affirming. I just found it all a bit too obvious for my taste. Perhaps I'm just not one who feels I need a fable to remind me how precious our time on...
The Ice Cream Girls by Dorothy Koomson

1 review

Dorothy Koomson is one of my favourite authors so I'm always excited to read her books. This is about two women, one of which goes to jail for a crime she thinks the other committed. It goes between past and present to tell the lives of the women today and the lives of them as...
The Girl Before by JP Delaney

1 review

Ever since "The Girl on the Train", many of these female-oriented "copy-cat" thrillers have been released. While many of these truly disappoint, "The Girl Before" stands out from the rest. The story grabs you right from the first two pages and the story line is enough to make...
The Couple Next Door

2 reviews

Wow what a great book. Crazy how it kept me on the edge of my seat for the whole ride. I couldnt guess what happened, every chapter was a shock all the mysteries and how people lived was just crazy to imagine; there are worst people out there! Really good read. I hummed and...
Fat Tuesday- Sandra Brown

1 review

This book was given to me, but I also borrow other books by Sandra Brown from the local library (yes, people still do that!) I love all books by her!! Fat Tuesday is the one I am currently reading, and it has all of Brown's touches. Murder mystery, tough yet soft hearted...
Little Bear's Friend

1 review

An awesome children's classic. I loved the fantastic morals behind these stories and the cartoon when it came out on TV. There's something about books from the 90s that today's books don't have...
Shutter Island

2 reviews

This book is super suspenseful and has a massive twist. I couldn't put it down! I thankfully read it before seeing the movie, so the ending twist wasn't ruined for me.
Sweet Valley High Book Series

11 reviews

Oh wow ! The childhood memories with these books . I loved these books as a kid . It's one of the series that really made me become an avid book reader . I collected these as a kid and I was always reading them . They tackle a wide array of topics and every young woman should...
The Girl On The Train

14 reviews

Well written book and well played movie as well. The author's words are descriptive and intense so I found myself able to visualize the scenes in the book quite well. Character development was done well and the storyline flowed well.
family circus comics

1 review

If you ever wonder how a child thinks, or want to chuckle at their open innocent thoughts outloud, this is the comic. I love reading them-- about a family with 4 children, all with thoughts on the real world that remind us of the innocence of children! a great family book
My Hero Academia Vol. 1

2 reviews

This title easily takes the top of my manga reading list! I love the characters and the different interactions they have with each other. To get a basic sense of the plot: Izuku Midoriya is a quirkless (i.e. having no superpowers at all) kid. One day he runs into his all time...
Goodreads

9 reviews

I'm new to Goodreads, and I found the prior reviews on here very helpful. Goodreads has many great features, including the ability to categorize books based on read, want to read, and currently reading. There is also a feature that allows you to set a goal of how many books...
The Lost Girls: Three Friends. Four Continents. One Unconventional Detour Around the World by Holly C. Corbett and Jennifer Baggett

1 review

If you love to travel then this book is for you. This is a biography/autobiography but reads like a fiction novel. It is a story about a friendship between three women who give up everything and travel around the world. It most definitely inspires wanderlust!
How to be single by Liz Tuccillo

1 review

If you liked He’s Just Not That Into You and Sex and the City then pick up this book (the coauthor of the previous). This is a light read that looks into single and coupled life in different parts of the world and really exposes the different experiences of women (and men)...