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June 13, 2017

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published June 13, 2017. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in June 2017.

Book Review

Southern Son

by Margaret Fedder

The gift of "Southern Son" is Evans’s willingness to write within the space where life meets death. "Southern Son" by William Edmund Evans features two books of poetry, both written in the aftermath of the suicide of the poet’s son,... Read More

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The Next Together

by Hannah Hohman

In "The Next Together", Katherine and Matthew are destined to be continually reborn to help circumvent major disasters throughout time—before they tragically lose each other again. Alternating between scenes from each of their lives,... Read More

Book Review

Turf

by Kristine Morris

Strange things happen in the worlds created by Elizabeth Crane. An unusually tall woman is sleeping on the shelves in a grocery store; “star babies’ have taken over the whole United States, except for Puerto Rico; an exclusive group... Read More

Book Review

Your Father's Room

by Karen Rigby

What haunts most about the novel is the tacit understanding that everything must change. From acclaimed French novelist Michel Déon comes the fictional memoir of Édouard, the only child of a middle-class couple. Translated by Julian... Read More

Book Review

The Circus

by Catherine Thureson

Levez’s style is lyrical, infusing the story with atmosphere and emotion. Olivia Levez’s "The Circus" tells the story of Willow, a young woman whose wealthy father gives her everything she could ask for, except for the one thing she... Read More

Book Review

Far Stones

by Gary Presley

"Far Stones" offers a fascinating glimpse into an underexplored aspect of the history of the American West. A saga rendered in authentic detail, Loren Woodson’s "Far Stones" is an appealing classic adventure story made exceptional by... Read More

Book Review

The Sacred Era

by Meagan Logsdon

The novel includes a profound commentary on the relations of humans to time, space, and the divine. Japanese speculative-fiction master Yoshio Aramaki plays with religious and philosophical textures against a science-fiction canvas in... Read More

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