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Murmur of the Lonely Brook

by Shoilee Khan

In the hilly green pastures of Himachal, India, lies the Himalayan village of Rakcham, a land where tribal nomads, their lives steeped in the rituals of ancient Hindu tradition, face the difficult changes that modernity and urban... Read More

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Fat No More

by Shoilee Khan

By the age of three months, Alberto Hidalgo-Robert was already the size of a one-year-old child. By seven years, the rotund little boy known affectionately as “El Gordito,” little fat boy, weighed 120 pounds, his dependence on food... Read More

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The Lord God Bird

by Shoilee Khan

"The Lord God Bird" is a quiet novel with a solitary spirit. Like its protagonist, it delves into the muddiness of the human condition—the way we live and lose our lives—but does so with gentle strokes of methodical, tender... Read More

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Takeover

by Shoilee Khan

"Takeover" marks the first installment in a new science-fiction series by Mitchell Love in which two planets collide in a colossal war. A peaceful planet, ruled by King Allawen and Queen Vountin, is threatened by an insidious plan for... Read More

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Cream of Kohlrabi

by Shoilee Khan

In "Cream of Kohlrabi", veteran author Floyd Skloot brings together stories that tread the unknowable fringes of life. Featuring characters who in the twilight of their lives face tremendous mental and physical challenges, his stories... Read More

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Mending

by Shoilee Khan

Avoiding cynicism and turning feverishly to the bright side requires an adjustment in attitude, but also a willingness to look at life with a selective eye. This shedding away of all that goes wrong in the everyday to make way for the... Read More

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