To the Farthest Shores by Elizabeth Camden

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To a better book reading experience!

With last week’s book still fresh on the brain, I’m hoping that this one brings much promise. Not really.

I am a skeptic, after all.

Also, just a quick note here- I’m TRYING to be consistent. And while I hate the idea of dragging my personal life into this, I should probably give a warning. Because I’m on the brink of a massive BURN OUT.

Two weeks ago, I went to a funeral.
Last week, I went to another funeral.
This week, I’m planning a graduation party.
Next week… I’m anticipating more crap to do.

Anywho, I really wanted to kickstart my YouTube videos on here with a BANG. But a new one might have to wait.

Let’s get on with the miniaturized (if you know the author, teehee) book review.

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Genre: Historical Fiction

Swearing: Words. Words. Words. Just a bunch and bunch of words. Some of it is swearing. Some of the swearing, might include bombs and underworlds and water blockades.

Synopsis: A writer in the 60s tries to uncover the mystery of painting. An artist in the 30s paints that painting.

Mini Book Review: Let’s just say this book left me unaMUSEd. Get it!?

Inappropriate Content: Bow chicka…. you get the idea. Also, some torture. And maybe a dabbling of murder and infidelity.

Rating: 📚of 8 (Eight points=Creative story idea, dynamic for it’s genre, easy to read, enjoyable, strong lead characters, good villain, believable and shipable romance, overall execution)

Anyways, I hope this post didnt beMUSE you. Too much? Okay 👍

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