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Sunrise at San Attarium

by Felicia Seeburger

"Sunrise at San Attarium" questions whether it is possible to make one’s fantasies come true. To live out a fantasy isn’t possible for most people, yet in Rhys Llewellyn’s "Sunrise at San Attarium", it’s imperative. Bob Inwater... Read More

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Stories of Yesteryear

by Robert Foreman

"Stories of Yesteryear" is an appealing collection of stories about small-town New England life. Harry H. Brown’s "Stories of Yesteryear" provides a textured narrative of Halifax, its residents, and its surroundings. Each story... Read More

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Cold Sweat

by Gary Presley

With its G-rated content, "Cold Sweat" would be a fun book to pick up when it’s time for a laugh. Peter Linzmeyer’s "Cold Sweat" is a light, fun read, offering humorous anecdotes and poems, all highlighted by cartoon illustrations by... Read More

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The Seduction Challenge

by Emily Kubal

This appealingly absurd alternate reality will be of particular interest to those frustrated by the online world. Akwesi Phillips’s "The Seduction Challenge" is a thrilling and satirical tale that follows a group of uncommon misfits... Read More

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Lying to Children

by Gary Presley

This is an amusing reminder that there is plenty of hardship in raising children, but there is good fun in it, too. Alex Shahla’s "Lying to Children" is a work of connected, humorous fictional anecdotes, some affectionately... Read More

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Vlad Moranski

by Gary Presley

This is an enjoyable comedy with a message: success spoils. Samanski’s rollicking Vlad Moranski: A Piece of Work follows Vlad, a small-time thief, grifter, and fumbling gambler, as he plagiarizes his brother’s life experiences into a... Read More

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