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November 13, 2018

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published November 13, 2018. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in November 2018.

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We Can Save Us All

by Katie Asher

Adam Nemett’s "We Can Save Us All" is a humorous yet sobering pre-apocalyptic scenario. Realistic and smart, this is science fiction at its best. The world seems to be ending, but David, with a group of intelligent, driven Princeton... Read More

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Mephisto's Waltz

by Meg Nola

Mephisto’s Waltz, a collection of short fiction by the late Mexican author Sergio Pitol, creates a world of eloquent transience, shifting from Mexico to Asia then into Warsaw, Ibiza, Bukhara, Vienna, Venice, and Rome. Pitol’s mastery... Read More

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Patriot or Traitor

by Rachel Jagareski

"Patriot or Traitor" reveals fascinating Elizabethan Walter Ralegh’s accomplishments as a teen soldier, inner-circle courtier, ethnographer/colonizer/pirate, and author. Anna Beer explains why Ralegh’s influence and fortune arced and... Read More

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Ready, Set, GOrilla!

by Karen Rigby

"Ready, Set, GOrilla!" is a lighthearted take on serious decisions and consequences. Melissa Stoller’s "Ready, Set, GOrilla!" highlights sportsmanship in an entertaining animal race. Illustrated by Sandy Steen Bartholomew, this picture... Read More

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Madame Victoria

by Susan Waggoner

"Madame Victoria" is an imaginative, haunting, and insightful examination of the lives of women. Shortly after the millennium, a skeleton is discovered on the grounds of Montreal’s Royal Victoria Hospital. It is identified as having... Read More