August 13, 2015

Caught in a Storm: The Gracekeepers by Kirsty Logan

Kirsty Logan’s debut, The Gracekeepers, follows the floating Circus Excalibur as it sails around the remnants of civilization, performing for what sustenance can be found.

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August 12, 2015

Man vs. Machine: Humans are Underrated by Geoff Colvin

Yes, there are things that computers and technology can accomplish, and will accomplish, much better than humans. Yet there are certain capabilities that only people have.

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August 11, 2015

Catching Up With Rajia Hassib, Author of In the Language of Miracles

We caught up with Rajia Hassib to discuss 9/11, the Egyptian-American experience, and her debut novel, In the Language of Miracles.

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August 10, 2015

Blockbuster Books: 9 Scorching Summer Thrillers

It's the height of summer, the season of surf, sun, and of course, the mega blockbuster. Bring the exhilarating entertainment feel to your reading list with these thrillers that will have you glued to your seat. Get some popcorn ready and dive in.

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August 9, 2015

French Revolution, Post-Apocalyptic Reboot: Rook by Sharon Cameron

In Sharon Cameron's newest YA novel, Rook, the future post-apocalyptic world looks a lot like the French Revolution.

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August 8, 2015

Unknown Territory: China Mieville's Three Moments of an Explosion

In China Miéville's new short story collection, Three Moments of an Explosion, every story is a blindfolded step forward into unknown territory -- you never know what you're going to get.

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August 7, 2015

Deep Diving with Dolphins: Voices in the Ocean by Susan Casey

From hard scientific research to what some may call the 'woo-woo' side of dolphin love, Casey takes the reader around the world with her as she dives deeper and deeper into the world of dolphins.

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