Don't Let Me Go

By Jamila Mikhail

Don’t Let Me Go by Jamila Mikhail is an enchanting take on the young adult genre as it features an inanimate toy soldier that not only comes to life but has an existential crisis as well. Here we have a young girl named Joanie, who...

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Angel's Grove

By Lana Lindemann

Angel’s Grove, written by Lana Lindemann, is set during World War 2. It follows the journey of the main character Adelisa, who, along with her husband and two children, are forced out of their home. They get sent to Angel’s Grove where everything gets far...

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Goods & Effects

By Al Schnupp

How do you cope when you lose your entire family? By opening a warehouse on wheels, of course! Hannah Mercer does exactly that in Al Schnupp’s Goods & Effects. As she rebuilds her life with her store-on-wheels, she lives many lives with the people she...

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Romeo Stalker

By Irene Woodbury

Zane Hollister is back from prison, and he wants one thing: Jenny. The only problem is Jen is with Colton, the tech whiz from Silicon Valley who made her feel secure and balanced. Zane, on the other hand, is pure danger! Tall, muscular, and charming,...

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Eddie's Boy

By Robert Schwab

Eddie’s Boy: A Novel by Robert Schwab is a great story of an accident turned into a blessing, a story of survival, love, family, and human connection. Until his fortieth birthday, Dr. Landon Ratliff had lived a very busy life, devoting his time and energy...

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Sacred Fool

By Nathan Dean Talamantez

Sacred Fool by Nathan Dean Talamantez is a letter of love, recognition, and unwavering reverence to Alejandro Jodorowsky. After reading, I am quite smitten with both Jodorowsky and Talamantez. Sacred Fool leaves no stone unturned while diving into sophisticated depths and meanings hidden within his...

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Mariner Twenty

By G D Harrison

When zillionaire entrepreneur Roger Haines acquired a piece of land that had a crystal cavern, it quickly became the essential factor in cementing the success of the Mariner Twenty Project; the first human mission to Mars. The task is to develop the first base for...

Ectopic

By Merethe Walther

How bad can a mother-in-law be? In Ectopic, Merethe Walther explores the lengths to which Caroline will go to possess Emilie’s unborn baby after her husband Vincent is killed in the car she was driving. The suspense in Ectopic kept me on edge until the...

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The Train to Kuranda

By David Maiville

In The Train to Kuranda, a broken man, emaciated and deformed from his wartime experience, Bill Allen boards a train in Cairns to travel to Kuranda, hoping to connect with the wife he left behind to go to war. In straightforward language, author David Maiville...

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Garkain

Book One of The Uluru Legacy
By Anna J Walner

Garkain: Book One of The Uluru Legacy by Anna J. Walner is an exciting urban fantasy novel that bends the genres and breaks the rules. The story opens with lead character Amelia musing on a flight back to the States about wanting to delete her...

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