Reads For The Road: "The Witches of New York" by Ami McKay

This is one of those books that weaves you into its spell and has such interesting and dynamic characters that you are heartbroken when the story ends because you so badly want to continue to be a part of their lives. 

Ami McKay's third book (she is also the author of the bestselling novels The Birth House and The Virgin Cure), The Witches of New York takes place in 1880, two hundred years after the Salem witch trials.


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Reads For The Road: Escape From Camp 14 by Blaine Harden North Korea is fascinating because there is so little that we know about it.

Reads For The Road: Escape From Camp 14 by Blaine Harden
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Reads For The Road: Wilful Disregard by Lena Andersson This novel is a whirlwind of intense and all-to-real emotions.

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This novel is a whirlwind of intense and all-to-real emotions.

The Book Flood: An Amazing Icelandic Holiday Tradition One out of every 10 Icelanders will publish one book in their lifetime! 

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The History of The Swedish Dala Horse An important part of Swedish history and culture. 

The History of The Swedish Dala Horse
An important part of Swedish history and culture. 

Reads For The Road: "The Shadow of The Wind" by Carlos Ruiz Zafron This book was recommended to me by a friend that I met while travelling.

Reads For The Road: "The Shadow of The Wind" by Carlos Ruiz Zafron
This book was recommended to me by a friend that I met while travelling.

Why Do People In North America Wear Poppies in November? Remembrance Day is a day that has been observed since the end of WWI.

Why Do People In North America Wear Poppies in November?
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Why Teaching English As A Second Language Isn't Easy It may seem like an easy language for those of us who speak it, but it's not. 

Why Teaching English As A Second Language Isn't Easy
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Reads For The Road: The Social Life Of Ink by Ted Bishop How can ink be so fascinating, you ask? Here's how… 

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10 Ways To Be Like A New Yorker On The Streets of NYC Here's how you can blend in with the locals in New York City! 

10 Ways To Be Like A New Yorker On The Streets of NYC
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Karate, Judo, Taekwondo: Your Guide to Martial Arts Around the World What is the difference and where did they come from?

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Be Polite to Your Waiter In France or You Might Be Charged More! Waiters can charge customers more depending on how rude they are.

Be Polite to Your Waiter In France or You Might Be Charged More!
Waiters can charge customers more depending on how rude they are.

Why Are Chinese Gangs Called Triads?  If you watch crime dramas, you have heard the term 'triad' at some point.

Why Are Chinese Gangs Called Triads? 
If you watch crime dramas, you have heard the term 'triad' at some point.


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