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Berls Reviews Seizing Success #COYER #audio #review

Berls Reviews Seizing Success #COYER #audio #review

My top thoughts: I really appreciated that this book was written for a female audience, since the challenge of getting ahead professionally is very different for women than men. I think that, if you listen to books just because reading is challenging for you for whatever reason, it’s beautifully narrated and you should go for […]

Posted February 20, 2020 by Berls in Review / 1 Comment
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Berls Reviews Memory Man by David Baldacci

Berls Reviews Memory Man by David Baldacci

My top thoughts: This was a surprising read for me and not one I would have picked up on my own, I don’t think. It was a book club pick, but I didn’t start it until the day before book club. Well, guess what? I finished it in time for book club. It was that […]

Posted November 25, 2019 by Berls in Review / 10 Comments
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Berls Reviews Summoned to the Thirteenth Grave

Berls Reviews Summoned to the Thirteenth Grave

My top thoughts: Gah! What a way to end the series! I’m so sad it’s over and I totally started stalling the last couple chapters because I wasn’t ready for it to be over. I really want to reread it, too, I think. I feel like Darynda did a really good job bringing things to […]

Posted April 12, 2019 by Berls in Review / 5 Comments
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Berls Reviews Little White Lies by Jennifer Lynn Barnes

Berls Reviews Little White Lies by Jennifer Lynn Barnes

My top thoughts: I liked the relationships and family dynamics a lot. The southern, high society world with its complicated webs was portrayed in a fun way. And the mystery was satisfying, with a couple unexpected twists. Overall Iiked it and will plan on reading the sequel. Who I think would like it: If you […]

Posted January 29, 2019 by Berls in Review / 3 Comments
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Berls Reviews A Potion to Die For by Heather Blake

Berls Reviews A Potion to Die For by Heather Blake

My top thoughts: There were some elements to this that I really liked. For example, the relationship between Carly and her cousin Delia and just the wacky crazy dynamics they have going on. But so many of the characters were actually fairly forgettable – I mixed them up frequently and just never really got attached […]

Posted January 22, 2019 by Berls in Review / 2 Comments
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Silent Threat by Dana Marton

Silent Threat by Dana Marton

I enjoyed this one, but did feel that the suspect was INCREDIBLY obvious. Everything points to him, if you’re paying attention. And I was. But knowing who it was didn’t ruin the story for me – it just made it a lot less about suspense/mystery and a lot more about the romance. And I did […]

Posted September 25, 2018 by Berls in Review / 3 Comments
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