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September 15, 2020

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published September 15, 2020. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in September 2020.

Book Review

The Black Orchestra

by Karen Rigby

"The Black Orchestra" is an intricate WWII espionage novel in which a priest confronts questions about moral duty versus allegiance. R. J. Linteau’s World War II novel "The Black Orchestra" is a fascinating alternative history about... Read More

Book Review

Travels with Hafa

by Karen Rigby

Nathan Pettijohn’s record of an adventure in an RV celebrates open spaces through its easygoing narration. Nathan Pettijohn’s forthright travel narrative "Travels with Hafa" gathers linked, chronological sketches and essays about... Read More

Book Review

Piranesi

by Michelle Anne Schingler

In Susanna Clarke’s wondrous and moving novel "Piranesi", a gentle man finds the tranquility of his vast but bounded world challenged by visitors from the outside. Piranesi lives in a house whose halls seem endless. He’s been close... Read More

Book Review

Shook

by Jeff Fleischer

That climbing Mount Everest is a risky and dangerous endeavor is well known, but never has that been more true than it was in April of 2015, when a massive earthquake struck Nepal, resulting in the deadliest day so far on the mountain.... Read More

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Like a Bird

by Danielle Ballantyne

Fariha Róisín’s novel sings of building joy within sorrow and spins a gossamer reverie that clings to the consciousness. Taylia grows up on the Upper West Side as the less loved younger daughter of a mixed race family. Her father is... Read More

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