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September 8, 2020

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published September 8, 2020. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in September 2020.

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A Flood of Posies

by Claire Foster

In a flooded future haunted by fearsome leviathans, Thea struggles with addiction, the loss of her sister, and hostile conditions. "A Flood of Posies" is gripping speculative fiction about unexpressed trauma. Scrappy and abrasive, Thea... Read More

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All the Feels

by Kristine Morris

Elizabeth Laing Thompson’s Christian walk brought her to know a passionate God. “We love wildly and give lavishly because he shows us how,” she writes. But figuring out what to do with emotions, especially those of the wild and... Read More

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Wildlife on Paper

by Pallas Gates McCorquodale

Motivate future wildlife conservationists through this series of striking images depicting endangered and at-risk species from around the world. It’s a stunning visual blend of art, nature, and zoological facts, with northern white... Read More

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Cloud Hopper

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Look up, up, up to skies filled with endless possibilities in Beth Kephart’s young adult wonder, "Cloud Hopper". Around the municipal airport of Gilbertine live three friends: Sophie is “the tallest, Wyatt’s the thinnest, K’s the... Read More

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The Memory Monster

by Eileen Gonzalez

In Yishai Sarid’s dark, thoughtful novel "The Memory Monster", a Holocaust historian struggles with the weight of his profession. The story takes the form of a letter written by the anonymous narrator to explain an unspecified event.... Read More

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That Time of Year

by Eileen Gonzalez

A family holiday takes a turn for the strange and tragic in Marie NDiaye’s novel "That Time of Year". On the last day of their summer vacation, Herman’s wife and son go missing. His only chance of finding them, according to his sole... Read More

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A Place Called Zamora

by John M. Murray

Glimmers of discontent and secrets arise in a city that’s under authoritarian rule in "A Place Called Zamora", a promising start to a new dystopian series. In LB Gschwandtner’s dystopian novel "A Place Called Zamora", an unlikely... Read More

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Afterlife Crisis

by Michelle Anne Schingler

In Randal Graham’s raucous, wry, and philosophical sequel to Beforelife, the divine Author’s intrepid hero, Rhinnick Feynman, returns, determined as ever to prove his centrality to the story of all. Those who meet their ends on Earth... Read More

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