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    BOOK REVIEW : WHERE THE LOST WANDER BY AMY HARMON

    Where The Lost Wanderis a romantic historical fiction set on Oregon Trail and it tells us the hauntingly beautiful love story of Naomi May and John Lowry. They meet on their journey to California in search of a better life. Their journey was hard, filled with labor, pain ,sweat and tears. The book describes the reality of families who set on the path to a better future and having to endure the worst of hardships, sicknesses, and ugliness. This is not a sugar-coated version of the journey and the author pulled no punches in delivering a raw, unimaginably tragic story of love, loss, and hope. The story was so difficult…

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    If you are that person who gets emotionally attached to fictional characters at the end of reading a book, then you’ll find yourself at home at Fazila’s Book Review Corner (FBRC) now Fazila Reads. This blog is for all those lovely people out there who call themselves the “Printoverts”. Fazila’s Book Review Corner (FBRC) now Fazila Reads is going to be the ultimate hangout station for us book nerds, TRUST ME. We are going to be the best of friends, I just know it. You know that moment when you finish reading a good book and you reluctantly return to reality? Man!! That feeling of longing to get back to…

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    A LITTLE ABOUT ME

    Hi, fellow Book Worms !! A hearty welcome to my blog. The quote above, with the addition of sleep in the mix pretty much sums up my goal in life. Being able to escape reality by immersing myself into the book is the best feeling I’ve ever experienced. That moment when you tune back into the world around you in a state of befuddlement and daze is hilarious. With my busy schedule in life, I have managed to be an expert at multitasking. I have also developed the art of doing things one-handed and walking around carrying a book without looking up, with a few measly injuries on the way.…