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Magonia by Maria Dahvana Headley

I’m looking at a pretty jam-packed week ahead of me so I’m going to carry this one to keep me sane entertained while I try to squeeze in as much work and reading as I can. Magonia by Maria Dahvana Headley is my current commute book. I usually read 2-3 books at the same time. I have my commute book, the one I lug around in my bag ( I always carry a huge tote with me so I can haul books wherever I go), I have my nightstand book the one I usually keep close in my bedside shelf/nightstand and it’s the book I read before going to bed and lastly, I have my weekend book, normally these are tomes which I dedicate an entire weekend to devour.

Magonia

For this week I picked Magonia, with its enchanting cover and equally inviting prose this story promises to be a delightful read.

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Hello there! Thanks for stumbling through my little abode here. I’m self-confessed late bloomer voracious reader. Been doing a lot of catching up lately since I let me to-read pile grow a mile (a hundred miles) long. I’m in love with the written word although I have no formal training in writing. I just try to jot down random ramblings and thoughts in my mind before they escape me. My tastes in books aren’t discriminating, I can read almost anything with just a minor exception in the horror genre. Since I scare easily, I tend to back away from that. I read mostly fiction, from young adult, new adult (the older version of YA), sci-fi, thriller, mystery, action-adventure to of course romance (ahem smutty romance). I’m here to share my reviews for the books that I read. Share my thoughts about their authors and characters. I’m not here to blog about the technical aspect of it or give you spoilers (I hope not!) but more like give you insights about these various stories with the hopes that maybe I’ll be encouraging you to read them too. I hope you stayed long enough to get through this. If you did, then you’re the real MVP! Xoxo, The BookNut :)

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