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The Tome of Ding

by Joseph S. Pete

"The Tome of Ding" is an entertaining account of an interesting life. Terence Dingwall’s wry memoir "The Tome of Ding" collects amusing tales of globe-hopping and tinkering with vehicles. Covering Dingwall’s father’s World War II... Read More

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The Life Giving Plant

by Delia Stanley

"The Life Giving Plant" is an adventure novel in which the ethical implications of humanity’s quest for money and immortality take center stage. In Naresh Devshi Parbat’s adventure novel "The Life Giving Plant", a businessman... Read More

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Hunters of Hahl

by John M. Murray

"Hunters of Hahl" is a character-driven fantasy that brims with heartfelt ideas about family and culture. In Jack Henry Psaila’s compelling fantasy "Hunters of Hahl", a society unites in the hopes of defeating a towering monster. A... Read More

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Daisy and Dee

by Wendy Hinman

"Daisy and Dee" is an anecdotal memoir about a woman and her unusual pet. Danuta Mullen’s brief but heartwarming memoir "Daisy and Dee" is about finding an unexpected friend in need of rescue and of devotion across species. One summer,... Read More

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Pam and Jodi's Journey

by Laura Leavitt

Pam and Jodi’s Journey is compelling as it portrays students raising consciousness and standing up for their rights. N.K. Beckley’s middle grade novel Pam and Jodi’s Journey is upbeat and informative. It focuses on a deaf student... Read More

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The Meaning of Life

by Benjamin Welton

"The Meaning of Life" is an fun political thriller that takes a blunt approach to looming moral questions. Eighteen-year-old James is put through hell in Robert Scollo’s thriller, "The Meaning of Life". Drenched in geopolitics, war,... Read More

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