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The Pruning

by Dontaná McPherson-Joseph

A woman who longs for belonging navigates the perils of romance and religion in Ora Murphy’s engrossing novel. In Ora Murphy’s novel "The Pruning", a woman searches for love and religious belonging. Ruth, a single mom of three,... Read More

Book Review

Decagon

by Dontaná McPherson-Joseph

"Decagon" is a captivating, methodical, and action-packed urban fantasy adventure. The Angel of Death, on the run for over two hundred years, is out of time in Capes’s fantasy novel "Decagon". Dalia has walked the Dreaming and Waking... Read More

Book Review

He’s Kinda Tall

by Dontaná McPherson-Joseph

"He’s Kinda Tall" is an idealized novel about high school diversity in the 1960s. A boy’s sunny demeanor and artistic ability lead to him being tapped for a special project in Eldot’s novel "He’s Kinda Tall". Julian’s high... Read More

Book Review

Awaken the Three

by Dontaná McPherson-Joseph

"Awaken the Three" is an epic fantasy tale of creation and destruction, of gods and mortals. The gods are never far away in "Awaken the Three", D. L. Jennings’s second novel in the series. The peoples of Derenar, Gal’Dorok, and the... Read More

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