Book Review

Oshibana Complex by Craig Hallam

Welcome to Shika-One City, humanity’s final home.Nations have come together. Gender and race are petty concerns of the past. But not everything is well in Shika-One.Humanity can no longer procreate and has to synthesize future generations. But there aren’t many genetic templates to go around and meeting yourself on the street is a daily occurrence.… Continue reading Oshibana Complex by Craig Hallam

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I Am Margaret Moore by Hannah Capin 

I am a girl. I am a monster, too.Each summer the girls of Deck Five come back to Marshall Naval School. They sail on jewel-blue waters; they march on green drill-fields; they earn sunburns and honors. They push until they break apart and heal again, stronger.Each summer Margaret and Rose and Flor and Nisreen come… Continue reading I Am Margaret Moore by Hannah Capin 

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Into the Violet Gardens by Isaac Nasri

The year is 2024. A ruthless cartel dominates Latin America, and the FBI's Troy Levi gets commissioned to intervene. A cyborg for the bureau's Virtual Division, Levi delivers a devastating blow to the cartel's power but encounters a wave of social resentment in the aftermath.As the people's feelings for cyborgs grow bitter, former black-op cyborg… Continue reading Into the Violet Gardens by Isaac Nasri

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Rebel Rising by Beth Revis 

When Jyn Erso is eight years old, her mother is murdered and her father taken from her to serve the Empire. But despite the loss of her parents, she is not completely alone. Saw Gerrera, a man willing to go to any extremes necessary to resist Imperial tyranny, takes her in as his own daughter… Continue reading Rebel Rising by Beth Revis 

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Second Star to the Left by Megan Van Dyke

Tinker Bell, banished from her homeland for doing the unthinkable, selling the hottest drug in Neverland—pixie dust—wants absolution.Determined to find a way home, Tink doesn’t hesitate to follow the one lead she has, even if that means seducing a filthy pirate to steal precious gems out from under his…hook.Captain Hook believes he’s found a real… Continue reading Second Star to the Left by Megan Van Dyke

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Bright Ruined Things by Samantha Cohoe

The only life Mae has ever known is on the island, living on the charity of the wealthy Prosper family who control the magic on the island and the spirits who inhabit it. Mae longs for magic of her own and to have a place among the Prosper family, where her best friend, Coco, will… Continue reading Bright Ruined Things by Samantha Cohoe

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Death Takes a Detour (Outside the Circle Mystery #1) by Shereen Vedam 

A murder. A mystery. A legacy to uphold.Abbie Grimshaw’s road to recovery from a traumatic experience takes her on many journeys. On a whim, she stops at St. Michael’s church and runs straight into more danger.This time, there’s a supernatural complication: she can see—and talk to—the Earl of Ashford. He died in 1816, but death… Continue reading Death Takes a Detour (Outside the Circle Mystery #1) by Shereen Vedam 

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Normal at 40? by Kate Mangold

Do you often wonder about other people's lives and how they compare to your own? Do some people really have it all? Do you choose to age gracefully or disgracefully? And most importantly... does turning forty mean life is over or that it has just begun?Normal at 40? is a true story of my life… Continue reading Normal at 40? by Kate Mangold

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Wishful Drinking by Carrie Fisher

In Wishful Drinking, Carrie Fisher tells the true and intoxicating story of her life with inimitable wit. Born to celebrity parents, she was picked to play a princess in a little movie called Star Wars when only 19 years old. "But it isn't all sweetness and light sabres." Alas, aside from a demanding career and her role as… Continue reading Wishful Drinking by Carrie Fisher

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The Moonlit Woods (The Shifting Fae Book 1) by Eliza Tilton

When marriage or death are your only options, you break all the rules.Rosalie is sold to the magistrate of Farrow's Gate to compete in a marriage competition. If she wins, her home is saved. If she loses, she’ll be forced to work off her family’s debt in an undisclosed location.But the magistrate won’t just marry… Continue reading The Moonlit Woods (The Shifting Fae Book 1) by Eliza Tilton