Top Five Tuesday – Non-Fiction Books I Can’t Wait To Read Again

Welcome to #TopFiveTuesday here on Always Trust In Books. I am focusing on re-reads at the moment as I have been dying to get back to some great previous reads for both fiction and NF. This post is my non-fiction re-reads list for this year and there are some fantastic reads on here that I……

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Zero by Marc Elsberg (Short Review)

Sent To Me By Doubleday In Exchange For An Honest Review 12.07.2018 / DoubleDay (Penguin) / Sci-Fi / Hardback / 352pp / 9780857525550 Target Audience: Readers who enjoy techno-fear novels that explores the manipulative tendencies of social media and big data companies. High stakes thriller with plenty of edge and insights into the very near……

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Manga Review: Cardcaptor Sakura by CLAMP (Omnibus 1, Volume 1, 2, 3)

Cardcaptor Sakura by CLAMP Published By: Dark Horse Manga Publication Date: 2010  Genres: Manga, Fantasy Pages: 576 Rating:  Date Read: July 2018 Links: Goodreads Fourth grader Sakura Kinomoto finds a strange book in her father’s library — a book made by the wizard Clow to store dangerous … Continue reading →</a

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ELEMENTAL: How the Periodic Table Can Now Explain (Nearly) Everything By Tim James (Q&A)

Q&A with Tim James Welcome everyone to another fantastic non-fiction Q&A here on Always Trust In Books. I was ecstatic when I was allowed the opportunity to put some questions to Tim James, author of the outstanding ELEMENTAL: How the Periodic Table Can Now Explain (Nearly) Everything. I love the subject of the periodic table but……

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I Only Killed Him Once (LA Trilogy ) by Adam Christopher (Review)

10.07.2018 / Titan Books / Crime-Mystery / Paperback / 224pp / 978-1783296897 Target Audience: Readers who enjoy unique perspectives and creative crime stories. Those who would appreciate a science-fiction murder mystery set in a re-imagining of 1960s California. About I Only Killed Him Once Another Hollywood night, another job for electric-detective-turned-robotic-hitman Raymond Electromatic. The target……

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Waiting-On-Wednesday: The Blue Salt Road by Joanne M. Harris

Waiting-On-Wednesday Good morning everyone and welcome to another Waiting-On-Wednesday here on ATIB. This is a weekly posted created by Breaking The Spine. It is just an opportunity to share a title that you are eagerly waiting to be released. Joanne M. Harris is leading the charge in fantastic mythology re-imaginings. Setting out to create her……

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