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American Dreaming

by Aimee Jodoin

Skewering capitalism ably, "American Dreaming" is a political satire that’s defined by euphemistic humor and a stream-of-consciousness style. In William Wall’s cerebral satirical novel "American Dreaming", a working-class hero is... Read More

Book Review

Six Feet Apart

by Claire Foster

"Six Feet Apart" is a charming, COVID-inflected romance about love during an unending lockdown. In Elena Greyrock’s timely and quirky romance novel, "Six Feet Apart", people have acclimated to rolling flu seasons, but—socially... Read More

Book Review

After Happily Ever After

by Mari Carlson

"After Happily Ever After" is a romantic comedy novel with depth, about a middle-aged woman finally coming into her own. A Connecticut housewife traverses middle age with self-deprecating wit and aplomb in Leslie Rasmussen’s novel... Read More

Book Review

Now Before the Dark

by Claire Foster

The feckless Sloot returns in "Now Before the Dark", the third book in Sam Hooker’s Very Serious Darkness series. Once an accountant for gangsters, and a former ghost who’s been transfigured into a demon, Sloot endures farcical... Read More

Book Review

Toot Fairy

by Aimee Jodoin

"Toot Fairy" is an entertaining picture book with a kind message about succeeding in spite of imperfections. A lactose intolerant tooth fairy in training learns that differences can lead to success in Brian W. Donnelly’s uproarious... Read More

Book Review

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

Book Review

Size Zero

by Claire Foster

In the world of high fashion, no model is too thin, no price too high, and no design too grotesque. So reveals Abigail Mangin’s painful, zany satirical novel "Size Zero", about the exploitation behind the elaborate fashion shows and... Read More

Book Review

Road Seven

by John M. Murray

In Keith Rosson’s chilling novel "Road Seven", two men set out in search of the unknown, but karma catches up to them. Mark is a disgraced cryptozoologist who’s eager to leave the country; he hopes to escape the darkness of his past.... Read More

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