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The Long Ride Home by Tawni Waters This story is a heart tugging one. Harley, the narrator of the story, loses her mom and then goes on a journey to try to find closure. There are very real situations, thoughts, and feelings you experience with her along the way. And then it comes to an[…]

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Tentacle by  Rita Indiana (Author), Achy Obejas (Translator)   Rita Indiana’s Tentacle is brilliant, from beginning to end. Tentacle is a strange, beautiful book that brings a unique Caribbean spin on climate fiction.  It’s easy, fast-paced rhythm combined with its multiple narrative cli-fi story featuring time travel and sea anemone enchantment will leave you saying[…]

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Bowie: An Illustrated Life By Maria Hesse and Frank Ruiz.  Translated by Ned Sublette I grew up knowing Bowie’s music.  I remember Bowie as an alien from space; his movie: “the last man on earth”; his gender fluidity (ahead of his time), and his always dilated pupil that added to his distinctive style and persona. […]

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From The Shadows By  Juan José Millás (Author), Thomas Bunstead (Translator), Daniel Hahn (Translator) From The Shadows is incredibly strange, truly bizarre – one of the most original stories. Written in the form of a talk show makes it a nice light, simple read whose story flows from one chapter to the next making it[…]

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The Wall By Max Annas (Author), Rachel Hildebrandt Reynolds (Translator)  Set in Africa, The Wall takes off in a sprint when a young man goes searching for help in the wrong place at the wrong time and finds himself stuck on the inside of a gated community running from a crime he didn’t commit. The[…]

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Empty Words is such a unique concept – write not for a story, but to simply help improve your handwriting- and well, something great came out.  Empty Words is a nice, light, relaxing read… of nothing really, but also everything. Empty Words is like having a nice chat with friends around the bonfire. Every reader[…]

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People in the Room is a story of a teenage girl who spies out her window at three older women across from her home one night. She quickly becomes obsessed with the neighbors and their activities as she watches them night-after-night. Readers will get lost in a shadowy world where they will find themselves unsure[…]

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One thing is certain, Andi Hyldahl’s writing is fun and refreshing! Allusion is the perfect mix of suspense, wit, and charm. The story line is simply clever and the character development is to die for! There are authors who can suck you into the story line and there are authors who can make you fall[…]

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Queenie’s world falling is falling apart. She is at her wits end. Messing up at work. Messing up with her boyfriend. Messing up with her friends; her parents.  Dispite it all she finds a way to put her life back together.  Queenie teaches readers to navigate whats seems impossible. To find the strength they need[…]

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