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“Outline” is a palate cleanser, an authoritative bit of clarifying acid, here when needed.

Descent: A Novel

You'll want to set this one down so you can take a breath, and pick it up and keep reading — all at the same time.

Never Judge a Lady by Her Cover

Never Judge a Lady by Her Cover was an impressive read from beginning to end.

Snow Way Out

Snow Way Out kicks off with a bang and weaves together multiple threads to make this a fast-paced, unique series introduction.

The Hollow Land

Winner of the Whitbread Award when it was first published, this is a buoyant collection that’s not just for Gardam completists.

Honeydew: Stories

Without quite the moral gravity of Alice Munro but with all the skill: Pearlman serves up exemplary tales, lively and lovely.

The Dead Wife's Handbook: A Novel

Beckerman provides gentle instruction for her readers through what Rachel learns from death's journey. This is a touching, honest story of death—sad at times but not grim.

Kirkus Reviews : Wildalone (January 06, 2015)

For those willing to wade through the dense text, there are many points of intrigue, but given the reductiveness of the love triangle, they may not be enough.

River of No Return: A Jake Trent Novel

A majestic setting, plenty of action and a scary look at the possibilities of new technologies.

Kirkus Reviews : Gideon (January 06, 2015)

This novel will thoroughly satisfy readers looking for suspense, horror and a grisly good time.

A String of Beads

Perry (The Boyfriend, 2013, etc.) supplies twists and thrills aplenty, but it’s hard to feel the suffocating kind of suspense that’s his stock in trade when the pursuers seem to be in more danger than the pursued.

Atlantis Rising (Entangled Teen)

An enchanting debut from a promising new author of paranormal YA.

Marissa Mayer and the Fight to Save Yahoo!

A well-researched, up-to-date story about a fight to define one famous company’s future.

Dictatorship of the Dress

Though sometimes the language isn't as witty or romantic as it's trying to be, Topper makes good use of the dress as a plot device and infuses enough fun and suspense into the rollicking storyline to make it a satisfying read.

Doing the Devil's Work

This series just keeps getting better.

A Small Circus: A Novel
Kirkus Reviews : A Small Circus (January 06, 2015)

A meticulously detailed chronicle of provincial politicking and small-town pettiness with haunting contemporary resonance.

The Empty Throne

Cornwell’s done it again. New readers: Draw a flagon of ale, and be prepared to find the first seven in the series.

God Loves Haiti

With shimmering, lyrical prose, Léger conjures an incisive vision of Haiti’s complex heritage, tortured soul and dauntless spirit.

Girl Online: The First Novel by Zoella

The main storyline was fun and gripping but messy and the writing style was uplifting but immature in places. If you’re looking for a young, light read, try this.


Wildalone had a lot of promise but sadly just didn't quite work for me.