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Let's No One Get Hurt

Let's No One Get Hurt is an excellent coming-of-age novel that explores how we deal, or don't deal, with loss and abandonment, and how we can create new versions of ourselves when we're forced to.

Tomb Song

It’s easy to excuse the inconsistencies of Herbert’s memory; he often succumbs to his addictions or his ego, and he’s also digging out from beneath the grief and confusion of his mother’s ailment, so he’s as unreliable a narrator as they come.

The Woman in the Water

As was I, fans of the series will be thrilled to learn more of Victorian-era life and the embryonic investigative endeavors of Charles Lenox.

The Neighborhood

One can almost hear Mario Vargas Llosa’s voice --- smooth, quiet, understated --- while reading his prose. Not one word is wasted.

Don't Call Me Princess

Both conversational and fact-laden, Orenstein’s prose surprises, informs and at times jars with its frankness."

Bookreporter : Census (March 10, 2018)

An elegiac yet ultimately hopeful story about a man’s intentions for his final days and about his wishes and dreams for his son following his death.

Speak No Evil
Bookreporter : Speak No Evil (March 04, 2018)

This is a prescient, urgent awakening of a read. Go in with an open heart, but prepare for it to shatter. Be ready to carry Niru and Meredith with you for a long time.

Girls Burn Brighter

Girls Burn Brighter will change you even as it breaks your heart, and as you long for freedom for the two girls who still cling to hope in spite of everything.

The Stakes
Bookreporter : The Stakes (March 17, 2018)

I love caper novels, and this one is particularly well done. Sanders puts readers in the mind of Elmore Leonard and occasionally Wallace Stroby, though it is his own unique voice and flashes of terrific prose that ultimately shine through.

The Family Next Door

Reminiscent of fellow Australian author Liane Moriarty’s style and twisty-mystery plot, The Family Next Door had me up late into the nights reading with 'just a little more' becoming hours and chapters.

Soviet Milk

Despite its elegiac tone, it’s ultimately upbeat because of the sense the writer leaves us with that, despite the system they live under, which stifles what they say and do, their lives matter.

Go Home!

As Nguyen writes, language allows for many homes, and perhaps the writers — and readers of the anthology too — will succeed in returning home, or finding a home, through these words.

Children of Blood and Bone

My expectations for this book were sky-high and as you can probably tell, every single expectation was met and surpassed. What else can I say other than: Orïsha forever!

Year One

I can only hope that Ms. Roberts continues to play with her craft because Year One shows her talent knows no bounds.


Census is a balm to heal the wounds from which we all suffer caused by the hatred and vitriol being spewed by all sides on a daily basis.


If you haven't had a chance to dive into Lippman's books yet, this is a perfect place to start. Trust me, you'll love her!

If I Die Tonight

This is a frightening read in that it examines this sort of court of public opinion that is social media today.