The Swan Thieves by Elizabeth KostovaJune 22, 2020
Oliver won’t socialize. He won’t even speak. He simply spends his days wrapped in his obsession,...
You or Someone Like You by Chandler BurrJune 22, 2020
The religious and cultural tensions present in this book, while controversial, are always handled with grace...
Last Night in Twisted River by John IrvingJune 21, 2020
For Last Night in Twisted River is the work of a seasoned tale-teller, a writer who...
The Ghost King: Transitions III by R. A. SalvatoreJune 20, 2020
A fast-paced, heartrending book, The Ghost King is a must-read for any fans of the Drizzt...
Generosity: An Enhancement by Richard PowersJune 20, 2020
What’s remarkable about her is that she shares her story with the class simply, with a...
Matchless by Gregory MaguireJune 19, 2020
Matchless was originally composed by Maguire for the radio, and the story retains a sense of...
Flesh and Fire: Book One of the Vineart War by Laura Anne GilmanJune 18, 2020
The first clue that Gilman is not going to zing this story along with Tom Clancy...
Love and Summer by William TrevorJune 17, 2020
Why is it that summer can never last forever, especially when we want it to? The...
The Lacuna by Barbara KingsolverJune 16, 2020
Even so, to hold The Lacuna in one’s hand, to read it, is to witness and...
Under the Dome by Stephen KingJune 15, 2020
Still, despite the ending, this is King’s best work in years, a richly textured novel of...
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