Book Review

Diary of an Angry Young Man by Rishi Vohra

Raghav is an ordinary seven-year-old growing up on the 'good' side of Colaba in Bombay. His is a safe, protected world and he is kept well away from the 'other', darker side of Colaba, which nevertheless, holds a deep fascination for him with its colorful, busy alleys bustling with activity, people and mystery - the… Continue reading Diary of an Angry Young Man by Rishi Vohra

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Evenfall by S. Robinson

A mystical vagabond named River arrives in her new city for the month. In search of old stories and new ghostly friends, she finds a spirit with a different mindset than the rest. Their whirlwind friendship takes an unexpected turn, merging their paths back towards River's home which she had been running from in the… Continue reading Evenfall by S. Robinson

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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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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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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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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

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From Fame to Ruin by Jina S. Bazzar

What if surviving a murder attempt, a heartbreak, and the loss of the family business wasn’t the hardest thing you ever faced?Carol is the sole heir to a broken empire, Ricardo the newest celebrity in the rock world.When they came together, their fire blazed. When their past caught up, they were left burned, scorched to… Continue reading From Fame to Ruin by Jina S. Bazzar

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Bones to Ashes (Temperance Brennan #10) by Kathy Reichs

For Temperance Brennan the discovery of a young girl's skeleton in Acadia, Canada, is more than just another assignment. Évangéline, Tempe's childhood best friend, was also from Acadia. Named for the character in the Longfellow poem, Évangéline was the most exotic person in Tempe's eight-year-old world. When Évangéline disappeared, Tempe was warned not to search… Continue reading Bones to Ashes (Temperance Brennan #10) by Kathy Reichs

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Into the Dark (Star Wars Disney Canon Novel) by Claudia Gray

Not everyone who hears the call to adventure wants to answer it....Jedi Padawan Reath Silas loves adventure—reading about it, that is, not living it. Content to spend hours browsing the Jedi Archives on Coruscant, Reath dreams of being one of the great scholars of the Jedi Order. But Reath's master, the well-respected and virtuous Jora… Continue reading Into the Dark (Star Wars Disney Canon Novel) by Claudia Gray

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Black Jade – A Daiyu Wu Mystery (Daiyu Wu Mysteries, #1) by Gloria Oliver

Could an old-fashioned ballgown be used to commit murder?Daiyu Wu is aware that fear of the Yellow Terror has made her nationality a rare breed in the Lone Star State. Being Chinese and blind makes her doubly unique in 1930 Dallas. Despite these impediments, anyone who dismisses her for either fact does so at their… Continue reading Black Jade – A Daiyu Wu Mystery (Daiyu Wu Mysteries, #1) by Gloria Oliver