Book Review – The Storytelling Animal

What is going on guys? I hope you guys are doing fantastic today. For those people out there who don’t know who I am, my name is Marcas, this is Discover Ignite and today I got another book review for you guys. Now the book I am reviewing today is something I’ve been very interested about. So I did some research on storytelling. I wanted to see what books out there were a good book for storytelling and I think

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Monster | BOOKWORM REVIEW

Wow That was… [laugh] Dear Lord Hi internet. Welcome to Bookworm Reviews. I’m your host The Bookworm. Okay so… this is the first book that I have no background on. No clue on the plot, author, genre, nothing. So to begin this is a Christian fiction novel. Yeah… For those of you who don’t know Christian fiction is a genre that incorporates Christian morals and beliefs into their stories and most suck. Well I haven’t read any Christian fiction but

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Zombie Book Review: The Panama Laugh

Heya playas, look around you. Zombies are everywhere. They’re eating people’s faces, they’re throwing their guts at police officers and in The Panama Laugh they take it one step further. They’re laughing at you, laughing at your incredibly small penis. Imagine you just got off a plane and the first thing you experience was a punch, in the face. That’s literally how The Panama Laugh begins and exactly how I felt in reading it. Not shy at all when using

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The Pearl That Broke Its Shell | Spoiler Review

hi everybody! Welcome back to my channel. My name is Crystal and it’s This Provincial Life. So today I’m going to be doing my spoiler review. Spoiler. Spoiler. Spoiler review. Not my spoiler free review. My spoiler review. okay? And if you haven’t read this book please follow the I card and go and watch the spoiler free version. If you want to watch it you can, I can’t stop you I mean– choices, right? So this follows two women.

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Read And Grow Channel Trailer | Animated Book Summaries

Are you passionate about reading and love the idea of achieving self-development through books if your answer is yes Then you’re certainly in the right place We are read and grow and we love reading we’ve read tons of books and have created numerous animated book summaries Our goal is to help you read more through comprehensive animated book summaries tailored, especially for you We’ve created animated summaries on a vast range of topics ranging from emotional intelligence family life

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BOOK REVIEW – Wyrforra [The Wyrforra Wars – Book#1]

Hi, I’m Sarah Kaider, and you’re watching Aliens, Clones, and Airships. So today, I’m going to be talking to you a little bit about Wyrforra by McKenna Miller. I apologize for the weird glares. it’s because I’m using my phone to film and I recently dropped my phone and cracked my screen and unfortunately enough, one of the cracks is right over my camera lens. The structure of this video is gonna go as follows: I’m going to give the

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Train To Pakistan By Khushwant Singh Book Review | Spoiler Free

Hlo everybody this is manpreet and welcome back to my booktube channel in today’s video I going to review train to Pakistan by khushwant singh this is the highly controversial novel based on India Pakistan division and two of you are going to review this book so let’s get start with this video also this video is for the fee I’m going to discuss writing style blogs and characters without giving away any spoilers so you can see watch this

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Everything I Never Told You by Celeste Ng | REVIEW [CC]

I think part of the reason why I’m in a reading slump right now is because I finished “Everything I Never Told You” by Celeste Ng a few weeks ago, and since then everything that I’ve picked up has paled in comparison. We follow the Lee family: a Caucasian American woman named Marilyn who is married to a Chinese-American man named James. They have three children: Nathan, who is the oldest; Lydia, who is the middle child and whose body

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Vlog: The Missing Girl by Jenny Quintana

Hi, it’s Naomi back with another vlog for you guys. This time I’m going to be talking about The Missing Girl by Jenny Quintana. This book is her debut novel; it is also Waterstones Thriller of the Month for July and I’m moving house at the moment so I was looking for a standalone novel that was easy to get into and that’s why I picked it up. I actually thought it was going to be more of a psychological

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