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Tall Poppies Review: Past and Present Become Chaos in Amy Impellizzeri’s ‘The Truth About Thea’

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At BookTrib, we are constantly searching for the best ways to connect readers with writers, opening their eyes and worlds to fresh ideas! This is how we came across a wonderful group known as the Tall Poppies, who are not only avid readers, but extremely talented writers as well! This week we gain some insight on Amy Impellizzeri’s novel The Truth About Thea.  The Truth About Thea by Amy Impellizzeri is a page-turner that’s innovative, current, and thoughtfully rendered. When entrepreneur Thea is diagnosed with a pathological addiction to creating fake social media identities for her clients, she begins a court-mandated program of treatment with therapist Will Cann. Ordinarily, this is when things would begin to get better. But there…

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Gaynor and Webb’s ‘Last Christmas in Paris’ Mixes Relationships and Tragedy

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At BookTrib, we are constantly searching for the best ways to connect readers with writers, opening their eyes and worlds to fresh ideas! This is how we came across a wonderful group known as the Tall Poppies, who are not only avid readers, but extremely talented writers as well! This week’s Tall Poppies review of Last Christmas in Paris relays a beautifully crafted story love and dreams in the wake of war human tragedy. War changes everything–individuals, relationships, priorities, dreams– so it’s not surprising that stories set in wartime are so popular and, in this case, so engrossing. In Last Christmas in Paris, best friends Will and Tom head off to fight the Germans, leaving behind Will’s sister, Evie, and, soon…

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TNT’s Will is an Exhilarating Take on William Shakespeare’s Early Life

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To watch or not to watch: that is the question! Tonight, the show that sheds a fictional, exhilarating light on the life of William Shakespeare hits TNT and it is all the rage for fans of historic-style television shows as well as readers alike! The show has many twists and turns, keeping an exciting plot that is easy to follow along with as well as an all-new take on William Shakespeare that you have never dreamt of before. With a humorous intensity that will have you drawn in from the very start of the series, it breathes new life into the Elizabethan era. If you love Shakespeare and want a fictional but fun glimpse into his life as he arrives…

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5 Things We Must See in Jojo Moyes’ Me Before You Movie

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I like to read a massive tearjerker at least once a year. You know the books I mean: those stories that leave you emotionally gutted, clutching the pages to your chest while tears slip down your face. Two years ago, it was The Fault in Our Stars, which I read in one sitting, bawling so loudly my roommate knocked on my door to make sure I was OK. Thanks a lot, John Green. It’s not that I crave unpleasant experiences, but as an avid romance reader I’m used to happy endings. Sometimes it’s nice to mix it up with a book that delivers an emotional punch to the stomach, making you fall so hard for the characters that any tiny…

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