May 26, 2015

Are We That Far Off from the World of the Water Knife?

Paolo Bacigalupi’s new novel of a world in which water becomes quite the commodity isn’t really all that far-fetched.

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May 25, 2015

Sex and Gender, Love and Marriage: The Danish Girl by David Ebershoff

In 1930, Einar Wegener became one of the first people to undergo sex reassignment surgery. Prior to the surgeries (there were a few), he had been living as Lili Elbe, dressing and functioning as a woman for more than a decade. This fascinating story serves as the real-life inspiration for David Ebershoff's new novel, The […]

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May 24, 2015

For YA Fans of the Supernatural: The Walls Around Us

Nova Ren Suma has penned a quietly terrifying young adult mystery that will likely give you shivers.

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May 23, 2015

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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May 22, 2015

Become a Better You: Triggers by Marshall Goldsmith

Change is hard. Change is even harder when you are trying to modify your behavior. Get a little help during the process with Triggers by Marshall Goldsmith.

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May 21, 2015

Not What You Expect: The Lemon Grove by Helen Walsh

You often hear the phrase “Don’t judge a book by its cover.” In the case of Helen Walsh’s The Lemon Grove, consider this an imperative.

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May 20, 2015

Celebrate Your Inner Spinster with Kate Bolick

Spinster, the new memoir-history hybrid from Kate Bolick, is a nuanced exploration of women struggling to discover their identities independent of external factors like men, work, and family.

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