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Her Fearful Symmetry, by Audrey Niffenegger


Speaking of symmetry, at one point, I wondered in Niffeneger’s name was an anagram…Reggeneiffen? Too much Scrabble, I guess. The first thing I learned was that Highgate Cemetary is a real place. It sounds so well described in the book … Continue reading

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Shakespeare’s Secret, by Elise Broach


I didn’t like the cover picture for Shakespeare’s Secret. The children look sly and somewhat mean. I quickly got into the story and then had to read it just about non stop. I think boys or girls would enjoy the … Continue reading

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