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November 9, 2021

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published November 9, 2021. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in November 2021.

Book Review

Nazaré

by Michelle Anne Schingler

In JJ Amaworo Wilson’s vibrant novel "Nazaré", a tyrannical regime meets its match in a compassionate teenager who seems to command the waves. For four generations, the vicious men of the Matanza family have ruled Balaal, sowing fear... Read More

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You Better Be Lightning

by Matt Sutherland

When performing their poetry, sung on high stage, an ancient power is unleashed and listeners look to Andrea Gibson as divine. The first winner of the Women’s World Poetry Slam, Gibson is the queer author of How Poetry Can Change Your... Read More

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This Is Not Your Country

by Kristen Rabe

The poignant, masterful short stories in Amin Ahmad’s "This Is Not Your Country" describe the experiences of Indian immigrants struggling to find meaning and fulfillment in America. These powerful stories capture both the hard-won... Read More

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Junkwraith

by Peter Dabbene

A girl confronts a ghost and her own sense of self in the graphic novel "Junkwraith". Florence is an ice skater who has lived in bondage to the sport’s demands on her time and energy. One day, she throws away the skates in frustration.... Read More

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Dracul: Of the Father

by John M. Murray

A. K. Brackob’s detailed biography chronicles the little-known life of Vlad Dracul—the father of Vlad the Impaler. The literary vampire Dracula has captured the imagination of generations of horror readers. Brackob reveals that Bram... Read More

Book Review

Recorder

by Jeremiah Rood

Cathy McCrumb’s thought-provoking science fiction novel "Recorder" asks whether one can understand humanity and still remain its impartial observer. In a far-future time wherein human beings have found homes among the stars, Recorders... Read More

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