Lisbeth

By Marina Brown

Lisbeth by Marina Brown is a powerful book that reads as though it was written with a spell, a novel that makes references to history and a culture any sane person would love to forget. Claire Elliston just wants to rebuild the house her mother...

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Lacey Leighton

By Ruth Jones

Lacey Leighton by Ruth Jones is a historical literary fiction novel that would appeal most to a mixed audience of young adult women and adult females who enjoy female protagonists who are willing to go against the flow of society. The year is 1877 and...

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Love, Life, and Logic

A Literary Fiction
By Uday Mukerji

“School, career, and family: maybe they’re all as important in life as breathing. But isn’t living more than breathing in and out?” Love, Life, and Logic: A Literary Fiction by Uday Mukerji is a young man’s odyssey to uncover the meaning of life, a story...

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Land Without Evil

A novel
By Matthew Pallamary

"Land Without Evil" by Matthew Pallamary introduces us to the Guarani people of South America during the late 1700's. This is not a new story in general as we all know many civilizations were subjected to the invasion of Europe in earlier times. However, the...