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Posted May 04, 2022in Book Review

Book Reviews

‘Four Treasures of the Sky’  I just can’t get enough magical realism these days. Lucky for me, there’s a bit of a renaissance happening, and I get to indulge my [...]

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Posted December 01, 2021in Book Review

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‘Even Greater Mistakes: Stories by Charlie Jane Anders’ When life is busy, and my attention span is short, I turn to short stories to fill in the gaps of my [...]

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Posted June 30, 2021in Book Review

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‘Sorrowland’  This is a hard one to describe well without spoiling the story. Rivers Solomon is such a talented writer. This feels like a story within a myth within a [...]

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Posted March 03, 2021in Book Review

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‘Concrete Rose’ “The Hate U Give” was a certified sensation in the literary world, with good reason. With her characteristic realism and heart, Angie Thomas returns to the world she [...]

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Posted February 03, 2021in Book Review

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‘Solutions and Other Problems’ “It’s OK to not be OK” may as well be the anthem of the last 11 months or so. With her signature poignant, hilarious and painfully [...]

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Posted January 06, 2021in Book Review

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‘The Vanishing Half’ Desiree and Stella Vignes are inseparable identical twins growing up in the mid-20th century in a tiny town in Louisiana. As children, they witness the racially motivated [...]

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Posted December 02, 2020in Book Review

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‘A Deadly Education’ Is anyone sick of reading about schools of magic? No? Excellent, because this is the best one yet. Naomi Novik already has a well-deserved reputation for compelling [...]

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Posted November 04, 2020in Book Review

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‘Humans’ Brandon Stanton’s gorgeous, heart-stopping social media pages, “Humans of New York,” is a huge sensation for a reason. Telling the stories of regular people — in all their messy, [...]

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Posted September 30, 2020in Book Review

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‘No Rules Rules: Netflix and the Culture of Reinvention’ It’s not a stretch to say that Netflix has, in the course of its existence, reinvented TV and, to a certain [...]

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Posted September 02, 2020in Book Review

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‘This is My America’ Tracey Beaumont has 267 days to save her father’s life. He is an innocent black man on death row, and 17-year-old Tracey will not stop until [...]

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