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Hello and, Welcome to “The Best Books Reviewed” blog “Best Writing”

Here, I review all kinds of books so, if you’re like me, you will be glad that you can look for reviews online because you can discover what others rate about a specific book you might currently be considering buying. I think, it is valuable to be pre warned if a book is good or not before you dive in and invest your own valuable money in reading a book.

OK, on this page are my latest book reviews for you to check out. The newest posts are found at the beginning of this page.

If you are inquisitive and you want a good quality overview then I hope to help here. you will discover a broad spectrum of book reviews from: –

Review: Winter By Ali Smith

Review: Winter By Ali Smith
Most people, but not all, look forward to it once and forever so that the sun shines again, even if dimly. The Winter" by Ali Smith, his highly anticipated second installment of the Seasonal Quartet. It is exactly this winter that I am referring to. The winter of ...
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Review: Autumn By Ali Smith

Review: Autumn By Ali Smith
You can judge for yourself. The first book of Seasonal Quartet was called Autumn. It is a collection of four novels, each named after a season of the year. This novel was published in autumn 2016. It was finished in summer 2016, during the outbreak of coronavirus. This ...
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Review : Suttree By Corman McCarthy

Review : Suttree By Corman McCarthy
A middle-aged man (maybe a little older) who leaves his house and his wife and then becomes a fisherman (or at least becomes a fishing boat, because I think that Suttree is really nothing, except a poor man with very few certainties ). But in reality, Suttree is ...
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Review: The Secret Garden By Frances Hodgson Burnett

Review: The Secret Garden By Frances Hodgson Burnett
The history. The Secret Garden has the typical elements of this genre of novel. A ten-year old girl is left orphaned and must live with a relative who she doesn't know. She resides in a mysterious mansion. Mary Lennox is the orphan in this story. Her uncle is ...
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Review: Frankenstein By Mary Shelley

Review: Frankenstein By Mary Shelley
Some are easier to access than others, and you may like some more than others. Frankenstein by Mary Shelley was the book that I decided to read recently. It wasn't that I was afraid of Frankenstein, nor of his understanding or of the monster. But it was one ...
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Review: Shadow Show – Stories In Celebration of Ray Bradbury – By Joe Hill

Review: Shadow Show - Stories In Celebration of Ray Bradbury - By Joe Hill
It has been translated into many languages since then. The Spanish edition of Shadow Show had never been published. This was due to the Kelonia publishing company and the patrons who helped them with the project. This book contains the stories of 28 authors: Jay Bonansinga (Neil Gaiman), ...
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Review: Now And Forever By Ray Bradbury

Review: Now And Forever By Ray Bradbury
" evokes the past and "Leviathan 99", makes us travel to future. Both convey the feeling of timelessness so the title, Now and Forever, is the best. Did that be the reason they were combined in one book? Perhaps yes. Or maybe not. One thing is certain: these ...
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Review: The Illustrated Man By Ray Bradbury

Review: The Illustrated Man By Ray Bradbury
The Rocket, a story about a man who longs to go to Mars but cannot afford it, was also very charming. The book's final story is "The Illustrated Man", which explains how the tattoos on the mysterious man came to be. It serves as the common thread between ...
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Hi, my name's Sarah Star and welcome to my book review blog.

I come from Oklahoma and live there with my family.

By profession, I studied library and information science.

I am currently writing a novel and focusing on my new book review blog.

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