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The Spy

The Spy by Paulo Coelho is a story about Mata Hari, a woman who led a life that is easy to romanticize. From India, to the stages of Paris, to being a spy during WWI, her life seemed like an exciting ride. Though there was more to the story, as she tells it. Book Review: …Continue reading "The Spy"The post The Spy appeared first on Foghorn Review.

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A Beautiful, Terrible Thing

A Beautiful, Terrible Thing by Jen Waite is a look back at the illusion of a wonderful marriage, and its quick unraveling. Book Review: A Beautiful, Terrible Thing Waite bravely recounts the the beauty and destruction of her once-perfect marriage. Everything had been great- she recounts their easy courting, joyous meeting of the family, their …Continue reading "A Beautiful, Terrible Thing"The post A Beautiful, Terrible Thing appeared first on Foghorn Review.

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Talking as Fast as I Can

Talking as Fast as I Can by Lauren Graham is a delightful one-sided conversation about the rise to becoming a recognized actress, life on the Gilmore Girls set (for both series), and modern pressures and experiences in Hollywood. Book Review: Talking as Fast as I Can For those who are a fan of the show …Continue reading "Talking as Fast as I Can"The post Talking as Fast as I Can appeared first on Foghorn Review.

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Milk and Honey

Milk and Honey is a beautiful, thoughtful book of poetry covering topics of abuse, love and feminism. Book Review: Milk and Honey by Rupi Kaur Poet and illustrator, Rupi Kaur, self-published her first book of poetry Milk and Honey in 2014 and recently published her second The Sun and Her Flowers. I don’t remember the last time …Continue reading "Milk and Honey"The post Milk and Honey appeared first on Foghorn Review.

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5 Perks of Using Your Local Library

The reviewers at Foghorn LOVE our local library, and we think you should too!
We know, it can be difficult sometimes to choose the library over adding a pretty, new book to our own collection. BUT, there are more perks to using your local library than loaning out books for free. Ebooks and audiobooks. Have you heard of the Libby App? You can download an app, connect it to your library account and access thousands of audiobooks and ebooks. You don’t even have to leave your cozy couch!Enough space to meet. This is perfect for hosting book clubs, knitting nights and other group events you need the space for.Events galore. From storytime and book bingo to author readings and writing workshops, the local libraries are always a great resource for educational and fun events.Free movie rentals. It’s like a free Redbox, as long as you request the new releases before anyone else.Book clubs in a bag. Ever want to read the same book at the same time as your friends? Libraries usually only carry 1-2 …