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Rage Against Society

by Sonya Lovy

This is an exciting, dark dystopian novel with a forceful social message. "Rage Against Society" by D. M. Hucks takes place in the not-so-distant future in a dystopian version of the United States. With its teenage main character and its... Read More

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Quantum

by Sonya Lovy

Quantum is a fun mystery, and its action-adventure turns are backed by science as well as history. In "Quantum", by Dean De Servienti, a strange, 250-million year old cylinder that looks like a walking cane is discovered, setting forth a... Read More

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Chain of Custody

by Sonya Lovy

Gritty and graphic, this mystery probes sex-trafficking rings, with empathy to their victims. Anita Nair’s "Chain of Custody" is a gripping mystery set against the backdrop of India’s hustle-and-bustle cities and landscapes. When a... Read More

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Jack Bear, X-Ops

by Sonya Lovy

"Jack Bear, X-Ops" is an exciting action thriller that fits naturally in the genre. R. F. Jeppesen’s "Jack Bear, X-Ops" is a complex but grounded and action-filled thriller. On a Match.com date gone horribly wrong, retired soldier and... Read More

Book Review

Vow of Celibacy

by Sonya Lovy

"Vow of Celibacy" is a funny and smart exploration of sex, love, and every woman’s road to body-positivity. In Erin Judge’s "Vow of Celibacy", heroine Natalie is a woman on a mission: she is abstaining from sex until she can figure... Read More

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In Absence of Fear

by Sonya Lovy

The narrative serves as a reminder that, for all the good technology can do, it still can’t always be trusted, especially with people’s lives. "In Absence of Fear" by Celeste Chaney takes place in a distant future plagued with... Read More

Book Review

Kentucky Woman

by Sonya Lovy

A search for birth parents turns into a thrilling, engaging mystery. In "Kentucky Woman" by Mike Brogan, a young woman tries to figure out her roots, with potentially deadly consequences. The novel delves into questions of just what... Read More

Book Review

Preschooled

by Sonya Lovy

"Preschooled" is a fun-house mirror of bizarre human behavior, and a commentary on just how far people, especially the rich, will go for their children. Anna Lefler’s "Preschooled" follows three different characters as they struggle to... Read More

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