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#Review: GRAY MOUNTAIN by John Grisham | #BookReview -

Comment by Katherine Kirk on Tuesday

YA, Racism, 1960s Civil Rights, LGBTQI, Coming of Age

Full review:  Literogo

Excerpt from review (TL;DR): 
Named Book of the Year (Young Adult Fiction) by the American Library Association in 1994, Coffee Will Make You Black has been re-released by Open Road Media. A novel set in the 1960s, which was originally published in the 1990s, may appear to be a little stale. On the contrary, this intelligent, sincere, funny and intense depiction of an African American girl’s coming of age could not be more relevant to the current global socio-political climate. It is the first book in the Stevie Stevenson series.

Coffee Will Make You Black is not a preachy book. It is not a manual for navigating a multi-racial society, or for surviving a childhood in a racist and bigoted world. It is an honest, mature and insightful portrayal of puberty in complex times. I usually do not review Young Adult Fiction; in the case of this novel, I think that limiting its target audience by pigeonholing it in a certain genre is missing the point, and that it can be enjoyed by open-minded adults as well.

Read my full review here. Literogo

Comment by LORI CASWELL on Tuesday

Comment by LORI CASWELL on Tuesday

A rumbling in Ramble ~ Floral Depravity ~ My Cozy Review and Giveaway to start the Floral Depravity Great Escapes Book Tour!!

A sweet romance, lots of chuckles and surprises, and a tangled mystery. One I recommend to cozy fans.
Laura's Ramblins and Reviews

Comment by LORI CASWELL on Tuesday

The Sound of Murder by Cindy Brown (Blog tour, book review, and #giveaway) to at A Girl With Book Lungs!

The story is magnetic – it pulls you in and makes you want to keep reading until, like Ivy, you can unmask the killer.
~A Girl With Book Lungs

Comment by LORI CASWELL on Tuesday

Back Porchervations hosts the Plantation Shudders Great Escapes Book Tour today!

The setting was wonderfully written by Ms. Byron. I could feel the history and the danger of the old plantation and area seeping into my bones.
~Back Porchervations

Comment by LORI CASWELL on Tuesday

Mystery Thrillers and Romantic Suspense Reviews hosts the Deadly Dye and a Soy Chai Blog Tour today!

Comment by Fuentes on Tuesday

Sex, Love, and Dharma by Simon Chokoisky

There is lot to discover with this book. It's not at all what you think about when you see the cover. The author explains about indian customs, daily routine for your health, talk about medecinal plants, ask you to take test. It's fun, very interesting.
You are a reader and a little more as you are implicated in your read.


Comment by Fuentes on Tuesday

Shattered Blue by Lauren Bird Horowitz

And Bang! The last scenes are full of revelations.
Nothing is black and white. Got really frustrated with the end because I was ready to give up on this love triangle when the author has succeeded in hooking me again. So Grrrrr!
Don't know if I like it or not. Will need to read the sequel to make up my mind. ;-)
Nicely done by the author!



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