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New York Station

by Angela Woltman

The subject matter of "New York Station", though centered around WWII, evokes clear similarities between the Nazi era and today’s divisive political climate. Offering an intriguing new angle from which to regard the events leading up... Read More

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All the Castles Burned

by Angela Woltman

Emotional but never sentimental, "All the Castles Burned" contrasts privilege with working-class struggles for a gripping story of human resilience. "All the Castles Burned" by Michael Nye is a coming-of-age story that is as painful as... Read More

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Chimera

by Angela Woltman

"Chimera" is a thought-provoking examination of what it means to be human. Being a teenage girl isn’t easy—and it’s even more difficult when you’re a werewolf. "Chimera", C. D. Bell’s second book in the Weregirl Trilogy,... Read More

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Lies She Told

by Angela Woltman

The line between a novelist and her creations blurs in this swift psychological thriller. "Lies She Told" blurs the line between fact and fiction to plumb the depths of a woman on the brink of collapse. Liza is a thriller writer who... Read More

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