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Death's Drummer

by Danielle Ballantyne

A young soldier struggles to find peace and purpose in the aftermath of the American Civil War in Death’s Drummer. The dangers and delights of hunting for gold in post-Civil War America are explored in David S. Leonard’s historical... Read More

Book Review

Pacifica

by Danielle Ballantyne

A science fiction epic set in a plausible future, "Pacifica" blends high-stakes technological warfare and humanistic philosophy. Richard C. Deason’s "Pacifica" is a science fiction epic set in a plausible future. Twenty years ago,... Read More

Book Review

Humans

by Danielle Ballantyne

In "Humans", a diverse group of teenagers are thrown into a post-apocalyptic world of mystery and intrigue. Alexandra L. Yates’s young adult novel "Humans" features a perilous post-apocalyptic world and a bold band of teenagers... Read More

Book Review

Invasion Revealed

by Danielle Ballantyne

A self-help guide to healing sickness and addiction through self-love and the teachings of Jesus, "Invasion Revealed" is brief but ambitious. Nancy Lynne Harris’s "Invasion Revealed" posits the theory that alcoholism, drug addiction,... Read More

Book Review

The Book of X

by Danielle Ballantyne

A literary foray into the macabre madness of womanhood, Sarah Rose Etter’s "The Book of X" captures the innocent joys and creeping horrors of a young girl’s trek into adulthood. Chapters are organized in short vignettes, offering the... Read More

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