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Drained

by John M. Murray

In the dystopian young adult novel "Drained", a resistance group works to overthrow a burgeoning dictatorship. In Marc Daniel Acriche’s apocalyptic novel "Drained", a high school senior gambles her life to free New York from the grips... Read More

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Celeste and Chris

by Mari Carlson

The coming-of-age buddy novel "Celeste and Chris" features a tantalizing peek into a bygone era. Set in the 1960s, Manjula Lisa Stokes’s novel "Celeste and Chris" concerns the loving facets of two soul twins’ lifelong friendship. In... Read More

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Blessed Are the Poor in Spirit

by Edith Wairimu

"Blessed Are the Poor in Spirit" is a broad Christian work that lists the beliefs and actions that define those who are humble in their faith. John Henry Manigo’s expansive Christian text "Blessed Are the Poor in Spirit" expounds on... Read More

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The House on the Rock

by Edith Wairimu

With coverage ranging from theological concepts to various prayers, "The House on the Rock" is a comprehensive introduction to Christian practice. H. K. Chapman’s "The House on the Rock" is a Christian text concerning the fundamentals... Read More

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Recruited

by Dontaná McPherson-Joseph

"Recruited" is a booze-soaked literary salute to the dot com heyday of the 1990s. A young woman almost loses herself in the splashy world of recruiting in Lauren E. Anderson’s novel Recruited. Olivia is about to graduate from Dartmouth... Read More

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My Famous Brain

by Brandee Gruener

In the literary novel "My Famous Brain", a departed man reflects on his past with nostalgia. In Diane Wald’s charming novel "My Famous Brain", a psychologist probes the events of his life after the fact. Fusty Professor MacLeod was a... Read More

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Proliferation

by John M. Murray

"Proliferation" is a thought-provoking science fiction novel set in the aftermath of a technological apocalypse. In Erik A. Otto’s intricate science fiction novel "Proliferation", humans in splintered factions squabble and AI cities... Read More

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A Man of Impeccable Taste

by Karen Rigby

"A Man of Impeccable Taste" is an engrossing mystery novel in which a detective reflects on a past case—and on French cuisine. A philosophical detective leads R. Brooke Jeffrey’s nostalgic mystery novel, "A Man of Impeccable Taste".... Read More

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