"The proponents of hate-crime laws are liberals, and yet they are the ones who are the biggest critics of mass incarceration," observes James B. Jacobs, director of New York University's Center for Research in Crime and Justice, and an expert on hate-crime laws.
I admire the author of this book for so gallantly weaving two sides of a controversial issue together. From an enjoyment perspective, I would give this book 3 stars, nothing great, but nothing horrible. However, bec
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My name is Celaena Sardothien, and I will not be afraid.
I really enjoyed this collection of novellas- so much so that I don’t really know how to put it into words. This is the first book by Sarah J. Maas that I’ve read, and after finishing I was so desperate for more th
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Overall, I really
As you all may have noticed, I did not get much reading done in the month of October which makes me very sad. However, the activity that I take part in that took up so much of my time is ending soon, therefore I will back to my regular reading habits soon. Yay! In the meantime, I just wanted to provide an update about the book I did read in October, Just Mercy by Bryan Stevenson. I chose to read this book as an independent reading project for my English course, and I will be