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Hannah Hohman, Book Reviewer

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A Light of Her Own

by Hannah Hohman

"A Light of Her Own" is a beautifully crafted story set in seventeenth-century Holland, in which two women navigate the law, destiny, and their unstoppable ambition. Painting is Judith Leyster’s passion and calling, and she will not be... Read More

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Finchosaurus

by Hannah Hohman

In Gail Donovan’s amusing "Finchosaurus", a young boy with a penchant for dinosaurs and adventure discovers a mysterious note. Atticus Finch Martin, nicknamed Finch, is rambunctious, with a dinosaur fascination and a one-track mind.... Read More

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Sugar Land

by Hannah Hohman

In tammy lynne stoner’s quietly powerful "Sugar Land", Dara is in love with a woman—her best friend, Rhodie. But that is a sin in 1923 in Texas, and it’s one that Dara decides to root out of herself by any means possible. That... Read More

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How the Light Gets In

by Hannah Hohman

Wyatt’s world is literally falling apart in "How the Light Gets In", an engrossing yet subtly profound story about a teenager consumed by misery—until he leaves reality. Wyatt is fairly certain that he was once normal, but he can’t... Read More

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Time Next

by Hannah Hohman

Mina returns in "Time Next", the harrowing second installment in the Time Zero trilogy. Mina has just escaped her life as a Propheteer. If there’s anything her time as a rebel taught her, it’s to trust no one. Those who wish her harm... Read More

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The Boundless Sublime

by Hannah Hohman

A disturbing look into how grief makes you susceptible to being taken advantage of, "The Boundless Sublime" is the story of girl who attempts to overcome one tragedy by barreling headlong into another. Mere months after a travesty tears... Read More

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