WEEKLY WONDER

Hey everyone!

Welcome to Weekly Wonder, a weekly series in which we recommend a new book every week giving out just enough teasers for you to see if you would like to read the book but without giving any spoilers.

The Series has the following segments:

SO, WHAT’S IT ALL ABOUT?

This section will give you the general idea of the book, without spoilers, of course.

A GLIMPSE BETWEEN THE PAGES

This section, which includes quotes from the book intended to give you a taste of the author’s style.

WHAT I LOVE ABOUT IT

Why I love the book (obviously) and why it is so good that I am recommending it to you.

PER CONTRA

While we only recommend books we love, we recognize the fact that every single book has negative aspects and this section will address those negative parts so you can ensure that the book will be to your taste.

WHO IS IT FOR?

This section will be used to inform you as to which type of reader do we think this particular book will appeal to so that you can determine if you fall into that category. This will generally list similar books, movies and genres so that you can make an informed choice.

A GET THE BOOK LINK

If you decide to read the book, the end of every Weekly Wonder will contain a “GET THE BOOK” button that you can click in order to get the book on Amazon. As we believe in complete transparency, we would like to inform you that all Amazon links on this blog are Associate Links meaning that if you buy anything on Amazon using those links, we get a small percentage with NO EXTRA COST to you. We request that you use these links if you plan to buy books recommended by us as it helps support the site and is at no extra cost to you.

The Weekly Wonder formerly contained the following sections:

SO, WHAT’S UP WITH THE STORY?

This segment gives a small teaser about the story. Everything you need to know to decide whether or not to read but nothing that will spoil your reading pleasure.

A GLIMPSE BETWEEN THE PAGES

A few quotes from the book that give you a taste of the writing style but no crucial details.

WHAT I LOVE ABOUT IT

Why I love the book (obviously) and why it is so good that I am recommending it to you.

Hope you enjoy them!

Happy Reading!

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