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May 8, 2018

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published May 8, 2018. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in May 2018.

Book Review

The Boy from Tomorrow

by Catherine Thureson

Camille DeAngelis’s "The Boy from Tomorrow" is a complex and beautiful puzzle of times and places that comes together in a way that is a little bit eerie, a little bit sad, and a little bit hopeful. Twelve-year-old Alec and his mother... Read More

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Tiny Infinities

by Catherine Thureson

Alice is a strong, determined young girl. As she starts her summer vacation, she is intent on accomplishing two things: getting her name on the record board at the local swimming pool, and getting her dad to move back home. "Tiny... Read More

Book Review

Gunflint Burning

by Kristine Morris

May 5, 2007, was a day like any other in Steve Posniak’s beloved Boundary Waters, except for one thing: the weather. Low humidity, higher-than-normal daytime temperatures, and robust winds made the area ripe for wildfires. Not the most... Read More

Book Review

The Hidden Side

by Meg Nola

The historical intrigue of Revolutionary War New York parallels the all-too-familiar modern nightmare of a high school shooting in Heidi Chiavaroli’s compelling "The Hidden Side", a novel about tragedy, faith, and personal courage. The... Read More

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The Aviator

by Meagan Logsdon

Eugene Vodolazkin’s "The Aviator" is an unabashed, panoramic view of the landscape of human consciousness affected by time, place, faith, and faces. Innokenty Petrovich Platonov does not know who he is. Confined to a bed in a... Read More

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by Peter Dabbene

Humans fight or collaborate with their alien captors in an effort to survive a harsh prison camp in the science fiction graphic novel "Stalag-X". A decade-long war against the alien race called the Krael has humanity in desperate... Read More

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