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September 6, 2022

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published September 6, 2022. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in September 2022.

Book Review

Tear

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Erica McKeen’s "Tear" is a hair-raising horror novel in which patriarchal dismissals of capable women fester across generations. During the long winter of her senior year of college, in the lone basement room of a nondescript rental... Read More

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When You Open a Book

by Danielle Ballantyne

Two children dine with mermaids, swashbuckle with pirates, and ride on the shoulders of a giant in this beautiful tale about the transportive power of reading. The dreamlike illustrations use a broad palette of bright colors and wispy... Read More

Book Review

Space Trash

by Peter Dabbene

Stuck in high school on the moon, three teenagers deal with a rival gang and dream of going to Earth in Space Trash: Volume 1. In 2091, people feared that Earth would soon be unable to support life, and terraforming colonies were... Read More

Book Review

Things I Know

by Jeana Jorgensen

In Helena Close’s contemporary novel "Things I Know", a teenage girl battles with grief, memory, and her identity. Saoirse’s father relocated her and her two siblings from Limerick to an even smaller town after their mother’s... Read More

Book Review

The Orchard

by John M. Murray

An unassuming fruit orchard holds the promise of a peaceful future for a hardworking Amish family in Beverly Lewis’s novel "The Orchard". Ellie values her faith and her family, but tending to a generations-old peach and apple orchard... Read More

Book Review

The Opera Sisters

by Karen Rigby

Driven by their convictions and their passion for music, two English sisters provide aid to German Jewish families in Marianne Monson’s kaleidoscopic historical novel "The Opera Sisters". In the 1930s, Ida and Louise are typists in... Read More

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