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The Rubicus Prophecy

by Karen Rigby

"The Rubicus Prophecy" is an immersive and empowering fantasy. Alane Adams’s entrancing middle grade fantasy series returns to focus on Abigail Tarkana, a plucky second-year student at Tarkana Witch Academy. "The Rubicus Prophecy"... Read More

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The Last Resort

by Mari Carlson

"The Last Resort" is a sincere human interest tale couched in an informed overview of current events. In Tom Milton’s novel "The Last Resort", two protesters find that confronting their enemies in person could be a nightmare come true.... Read More

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Harbart

by Rebecca Hussey

Nabarun Bhattacharya’s "Harbart" is a wild ride—a short novel that documents the unexpected rise and precipitous fall of Harbart’s fortunes in vibrant, humorous prose. The novel opens with a scene of debauchery that is followed by... Read More

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How Dams Fall

by Barry Silverstein

Will Falk’s touching ode to a major ecosystem "How Dams Fall" personifies the Colorado River. This essay-length book has a big goal: to dramatize the plight of the Colorado River in its fight against human intervention. Falk, who... Read More

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Blackquest 40

by Delia Stanley

"Blackquest 40" is a compelling thriller rich in intensity and suspense. Jeff Bond’s action-packed thriller "Blackquest 40" incorporates technology and politics into its intriguing mix. Deb is a young programming genius whose fiery... Read More

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The Winner Maker

by Benjamin Welton

"The Winner Maker" is a cerebral thriller with slow pacing and a rewarding finish. Jeff Bond’s "The Winner Maker" is a genre-bending examination of the cult of winning, hero worship and false idols, and of the education complex’s... Read More

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East

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Job was born just in time to watch the promise of the former United States fade definitively away. Kirk Kjeldsen’s darkly realistic postapocalyptic novel "East" begins in the small Oregon town where Job grew up—where the mines lie... Read More

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