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Book Review

Born in Salt

by Eileen Gonzalez

In the alternate history world of "Born in Salt", the depiction of the banality of evil is as fitting as it is chilling. A young man takes on a corrupt and vicious government in T. C. Weber’s novel "Born in Salt". The book is set in a... Read More

Book Review

Slipping

by Eileen Gonzalez

A depressed journalist finds himself on a strange journey in Mohamed Kheir’s haunting novel "Slipping". Seif’s heart has not been in his job of late, so he is surprised to receive an important yet mysterious assignment: he must... Read More

Book Review

Friends and Dark Shapes

by Eileen Gonzalez

In Kavita Bedford’s novel "Friends and Dark Shapes", a bereaved woman struggles to determine her place in the world. After her father’s death, a woman moves into a borderline questionable Sydney neighborhood with three housemates.... Read More

Book Review

The Son of the House

by Eileen Gonzalez

While being held for ransom, two Nigerian women discover a life-changing connection in Cheluchi Onyemelukwe-Onuobia’s novel "The Son of the House". Nwabulu and Julie have an unlikely friendship. Julie manipulated her way into wealthy... Read More

Book Review

Light on a Part of the Field

by Eileen Gonzalez

In Kevin Holowack’s novel "Light on a Part of the Field", members of a flawed, dysfunctional family pursue their separate destinies, even though they cannot break their bonds with each other. Ruth and Al’s marriage was unusual,... Read More

Book Review

The Book Glasses

by Eileen Gonzalez

"The Book Glasses" is a science fiction novel in which a previously unlucky woman discovers the joys and dangers of knowledge. An extraordinary artifact changes a woman’s life, but also puts her in grave danger, in Arthur Bozikas’s... Read More

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