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February 6, 2018

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published February 6, 2018. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in February 2018.

Book Review

The Books of Norene I

by Nancy Powell

Wolves and Werewolves is an imaginative and exciting fantasy adventure that puts a refreshing spin on werewolf mythology. In Jane Sefc’s action-packed fantasy adventure Wolves and Werewolves, an uneasy truce between the werewolves and... Read More

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The Telling Image

by Paige Van De Winkle

Stark persuasively draws unlikely connections between skyscrapers and sexism, grid cities and loneliness, the internet and sustainability. Lois Farfel Stark’s "The Telling Image" is a wondrous and sweeping book that accomplishes a... Read More

Book Review

Extra Hidden Life, Among the Days

by Matt Sutherland

What are poets tempted by? Rhyme. Alliteration. Experimentation. Obscurantism. The list is much longer, but those four lead a great many lesser mortals astray; one of them, painfully so: experimentation. And yet, Brenda Hillman reminds... Read More

Book Review

Shoot the Moon

by Catherine Thureson

Tate Bertram is handsome, smart, and rich—a golden boy who has lived a privileged life. At just nineteen years old, he is also a gambling addict. After he nearly died while trying to evade a debt collector, his family staged an... Read More

Book Review

The Book of Pearl

by Catherine Thureson

"The Book of Pearl" is a beautifully imagined tale of grief and love. Timothée de Fombelle’s book, originally published in French, is impeccably translated by Sarah Ardizzone and Sam Gordon. The story is luminous, with a plot that... Read More

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by Karen Rigby

The novel emphasizes how, no matter the circumstances, there’s room for belief in a future. Niccolò Ammaniti imagines the fallout of an epidemic fever in his gripping, post-apocalyptic "Anna". "Anna" will inspire comparison with The... Read More

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