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Today

Check Out The One That Got Away

Bethany Chase’s debut novel, The One That Got Way, offers a delicious take on love, family, and what it means to build a home of one’s own.

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Friday

Become a Better You: Triggers by Marshall Goldsmith

Thursday

Not What You Expect: The Lemon Grove by Helen Walsh

Wednesday

Celebrate Your Inner Spinster with Kate Bolick

Tuesday

Digital Warzone: High Fashion Gone Haywire in The Knockoff

Monday

A New Endeavor from Mark Z. Danielewski

Sunday

Dystopian Debut: An Ember in the Ashes

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May 16, 2015

Revenge and Twists in Breaking Noah by Missy Johnson and Ashley Suzanne

Get ready, because the prologue to Breaking Noah, by Ashley Suzanne and New York Times best-selling author Missy Johnson, will grab you right away with its high emotion and the story only intensifies from there.

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May 15, 2015

How to Comprehend Creation, Courtesy of Leonard Mlodinow

In The Upright Thinkers: The Human Journey from Living in Trees to Understanding the Cosmos by Leonard Mlodinow, the fascinating evolution and history of man’s insatiable curiosity and quest for knowledge is revealed.

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May 14, 2015

A Can't-Miss Spring Debut: Girl at War by Sara Novic

As is true in many instances of modern war, survivors abound, some brushing their past under the rug, some facing their personal histories head-on, and still some others living quietly with their life’s facts. Ana Jurić is a young girl caught at the intersection of these three realities.

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May 13, 2015

The Book of Love (and So Much More)

With his most recent publications, Roger Rosenblatt has experimented with a form of memoir that aims to blend prose and poetry. He continues this Experiment with The Book of Love.

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May 12, 2015

Witness in Warsaw: Jim Shepard's The Book of Aron

Rarely does a contemporary novel resonate with a vast variety of moral dilemmas and crises. The Book of Aron by Jim Shepard is one such novel.

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May 11, 2015

No Place like Home: Anne Enright's Affecting Irish Family Saga

With a Man Booker Prize and a Carnegie Medal for Excellence, Anne Enright's writing résumé is among the most elite. Her latest novel, a beautiful family saga set in Ireland, lives up to her high standards.

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May 10, 2015

More to the Tough Guy in This YA Debut

Remember that kid in high school who was super tough, pretty much kept to himself, and everyone tried to avoid? Did you ever wonder why he acted like that? If not, this young adult debut novel Still Waters, by Ash Parsons, may cause you to think on it a bit.

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