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Review: Sharp Objects

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 When The Chicago Post gets wind of the string of gruesome murders of young girls in reporter Camille Preaker's home town, Wind Gap, Missouri, Camille finds herself thrown back into a place that she had taken pains to escape from. A story riddled with toxic family relationships, deceit, and corruption, Sharp Objects by Gillian Flynn follows Camille as she navigates through her life as a reporter and a former cit...

As kids we've all sauntered into our designated section of the public library. Nancy Drew? Check. Amelia Bedelia? Check. But there was always something intriguing about the section where the jaguars, and mountains, and doctors were located. There was something beautiful about the idea of real things that surrounded us. Or maybe not. Maybe your mom forced you to check out a "real" book in order to take home the latest in the Pe...

Technically, yes. But actually, it's more--so much more that the room that I'm writing this post in is going to burst from tension unless I spill the truth. 

You really want to know? Well the answer is: a whole lot. 

The idea of writing is, undoubtedly, thrilling. I mean, why not? You can organize thoughts that have been floating in the back of your head since the third grade, or unlock a world unknown to man kind! Sometimes, however, this might be overwhelming. There are simply too many things that you could write about that there may not be a single topic that you know what to write about.

Or maybe no matter how hard you think, there's no...

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