Books reviewed by Elisabeth Cook at BookBrowse.

Elisabeth Cook
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Elisabeth Cook is a published poet, a frequent reader of translated literature and a freelance writer. In addition to reviewing books, she occasionally writes about language learning and indie film. You can follow her latest reads on her blog, Lit All Over.

Books reviewed by Elisabeth Cook

Razorblade Tears (09/08/21)
Whereabouts (06/09/21)
Second Place (05/05/21)
Yolk (04/07/21)
My Year Abroad (02/03/21)
The Shadow King (10/21/20)
Sleepovers (06/24/20)
Starling Days (05/06/20)
The Resisters (03/18/20)
The Truants (02/05/20)
Cantoras (10/16/19)
Heaven, My Home (09/18/19)
The Plateau (09/04/19)
Miracle Creek (05/15/19)

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