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The Network Sage

by Paige Van De Winkle

"The Network Sage" is a useful and well-researched self-help book that forwards methods for analyzing and changing relationships for the better. Glenna Crooks’s inclusive and enlightening self-help book, "The Network Sage", includes... Read More

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Deir Al Lauz

by Paige Van De Winkle

This beautiful allegorical novel highlights the heartrending issues of Palestinians and refugees with a magical style. "Deir Al Lauz", written by Lama Sakhnini and translated by Sabrina Sakhnini, is a harrowing and stylish novel that... Read More

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The Telling Image

by Paige Van De Winkle

Stark persuasively draws unlikely connections between skyscrapers and sexism, grid cities and loneliness, the internet and sustainability. Lois Farfel Stark’s "The Telling Image" is a wondrous and sweeping book that accomplishes a... Read More

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The Slave

by Paige Van De Winkle

"The Slave" is a compact self-help book with exceptional accessibility and a profundity that encourages repeat reads. "The Slave" by Anand Dílvar deftly combines a fictional narrative with inspiring philosophy and advice, resulting in a... Read More

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Lord of California

by Paige Van De Winkle

This dystopian novel is poetic even in its austerity. Andrew Valencia’s dystopian "Lord of California" is set in rural, isolated California a few decades after it disbands from the United States. When Elliot Temple dies, each of his... Read More

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