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Sophie Reviews All Our Wrong Todays

I opened this book for a time travel adventure and found myself deep in the emotional wake of dealing with the consequences of ones mistakes. Tom Barron, or is it John Barron. I guess it depends on which today you're talking about. Tom Barron is an average guy living in a utopian world with a genius father who only sees disappointment when he looks at his son. Things go wrong pretty quickly. What does someone do when they're brokenhearted and have a time machine? Something stupid. 

Walking Dead: The Governor

The second half of season seven begins this Sunday, and I can't wait! As a huge fan of AMC's The Walking Dead, I'm so excited about this novel series. This is the perfect set for anyone who likes to keep up with the Walking Dead characters in the pages. In this series, Kirkman follows the rise and fall of The Governor of Woodbury. I'm truly looking forward to reading about one of my favorite villains in the Walking Dead world. 

Sophie Reviews The Masked City by Genevieve Cogman

There is nothing I like more than a thrilling series I just can't stop reading. Genevieve Cogman delivers yet again with The Masked City. Our beloved characters find themselves in dangerous territory when Kai is kidnapped by one of the devious fae. Irene will have to travel to a world most of her kind have only read about in books. If she fails to rescue Kai, she could lose her apprentice and closest friend, and it could mean war between the dragons and fae. She will have to bend herself to survive the chaos that envelops this fae-infested world.

Author Anniversary: Haruki Murakami

Japan's premier novelist was born on January 12, 1949 in the city of Kyoto, Kyoto Prefecture. Murakami began writing at the age of 29 after attending a baseball game. The story goes that an American came up to bat, hit a double, and Murakami realized he could write a novel. Here's how Murakami describes himself before that fateful moment: "I didn't write anything. I was just one of those ordinary people. I was running a jazz club, and I didn't create anything at all." 

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