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Erika Harlitz Kern, Book Reviewer

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Hunting the Caliphate

by Erika Harlitz Kern

"Hunting the Caliphate" is a raw and honest account of how ISIS was beaten, told from the inside by those who brought the caliphate down. Dana J. H. Pittard and Wes J. Bryant’s dual memoir "Hunting the Caliphate" reveals the inner... Read More

Book Review

Doppler

by Erika Harlitz Kern

Cutting satire and humorous jeremiads expose the hypocrisies of keeping up with the Joneses in Erlend Loe’s novel "Doppler". After his father dies, Andreas Doppler suffers a breakdown, drops out of society, and goes to live in a tent... Read More

Book Review

Mage on the Hill

by Erika Harlitz Kern

Outcasts with magical abilities find love and friendship in Angel Martinez’s "Mage on the Hill". Toby Jones’s inability to control his magical powers is killing him. Desperate for help, he turns to the magical guild of Montchanin,... Read More

Book Review

The Nothing Within

by Erika Harlitz Kern

In every way, this eye-opening post-apocalyptic tale is a true page-turner. Andy Giesler’s "The Nothing Within" is a fresh and ingenious take on the post-apocalyptic novel. In North America in the twenty-second century, an apocalyptic... Read More

Book Review

Alice Falls Again

by Erika Harlitz Kern

"Alice Falls Again" is a fun and creative continuation of a classic story. Fantastical wonders and head-over-heels adventures abound in D. J. Stoneham’s fantasy novel "Alice Falls Again". Alice is packing to move to London and study... Read More

Book Review

Shadow King

by Erika Harlitz Kern

"Shadow King" is an intriguing fantasy that balances the darkness and light of the Fae. Love, passion, and the struggle for power threaten to tear the Fae world apart in Susan K. Hamilton’s fantasy novel, "Shadow King". Six hundred... Read More

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