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If you ask me to review Melmoth in one sentence, I will say: Melmoth was a punch in the face.
This review contains major plot spoilers including what happens in the end of The Corset. Please don’t read more than
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If you’re a frequent visitor of Excuse My Reading you already know I am always in for a good thriller.
I wasn’t a fan of Kate Atkinson’s acclaimed novel Life After Life and was hesitant to try this, but after seeing
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I’ve decided to push myself to a new reading challenge for Man Booker Prize 2018. I am not scared. I
My shot is sugary and sharp in my throat, and the empty plastic glasses slam back onto the table like