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September 1, 2016

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published September 1, 2016. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in September 2016.

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Equinoxes

by Peter Dabbene

Cyril Pedrosa follows up his well-regarded graphic novel Portugal with the ambitious and beautifully drawn "Equinoxes", which combines the distinct stories of several modern-day individuals, and the wordless tale of a boy living... Read More

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The Pact

by Gary Presley

This historical novel is perfectly relevant in this period of international instability. Amanda West Lewis’s "The Pact" is intriguing historical fiction from the memorable point of view of a German boy who comes of age during World War... Read More

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Masquerade

by Claire Rudy Foster

Nothing makes love more appealing than a dash of forbidden romance, plus a generations-old rivalry. Add Spanish sunshine and stir gently. Luz de Rueda is a gorgeous young biographer, freshly returned to her aristocratic family’s villa... Read More

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A Global Warming Primer

by Anna Call

Featuring clear, well-written, and concise arguments, this book is ideal for both climate-change believers and skeptics. There are many explanations available of how global warming works, but few are as clear, comprehensive, and visually... Read More

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Triple Love Score

by Vernieda Vergara

In "Triple Love Score", sometimes life gives you what you want but not always in the form you expected. Brandi Megan Granett mixes romance, poetry, and Scrabble in the charming "Triple Love Score". Through realistic characters who face... Read More

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Memory Girl

by Stephanie Bucklin

Where does one identity begin and another end? In "Memory Girl", the inhabitants of ShareHaven do not really die—at least, their memories do not. The scientists in that community have figured out how to store and then transfer the... Read More

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