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Books Reviewed by Letitia Montgomery-Rodgers

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After the Bloom

When After the Bloom opens, Rita Takemitsu is, once again, cruising the streets looking for her mother, Lily. But as time passes with no sign of Lily, a new urgency infuses the... Read More

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Shtum

Shtum is a Yiddish word meaning noncommunicative or silent, and that’s where Ben Jewell finds himself in British author Jem Lester’s novel of the same name. Ben’s world is... Read More

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Miss Portland

Unlike other people, Zoe Tussler knows that life is perfectible, and she knows this because of Maine. Thus begins David Ebenbach’s Miss Portland, winner of the 2016 Orison... Read More

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Roads

War is always an agent of change, but never more so than for schoolmates Filip and Galina. It’s World War II, and, to protect Filip from being drafted, Galina agrees to marry... Read More

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Telonaut

Epic in scope, Telonaut takes no less than Earth’s governance and all of space as its stage. Telonaut, Matt Tyson’s science-fiction dystopia, uncovers the dark side of the... Read More

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