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Halfway through 2017, and here are the books I’ve read

At the beginning of this year, I set my Goodreads Challenge to 35 books, and now that we’re halfway through the year, I’ve also read half the number of the books I needed to read. Yey!

So here are the list of books I’ve read this year, my ratings, and comments for each. (Note: Synopsis are from Goodreads, and there might be some spoilers here and there.)

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Love, Lies, and Spies by Cindy Anstey: A Book Review

Love, Lies, and Spies by Cindy Anstey


Love, Lies, and Spies
is a debut novel of Cindy Anstey, a love story set on the nineteenth century London.

Back book cover plot:

Juliana Telford isn’t your ordinary nineteenth-century lady. She’s more interested in publishing her research on ladybugs than in marriage or fashionable dresses.

Spencer Northam isn’t your ordinary nineteenth-century gentleman. He’s a spy for the War Office on his first mission. But when Spencer’s assignment involves keeping an eye on the lovely Juliana and her friends, their plans for a season without romance are unapologetically foiled.

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