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Over at Kirkus: A Southern Reach-Inspired List

It’s Friday, which means we are over at Kirkus! Today it’s Thea’s turn as she talks about the Southern Reach trilogy by Jeff VanderMeer… Thea reflects on the trilogy (which she found fascinating, frustrating, and utterly memorable), and recommends…

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Book Review: Summer and Bird by Katherine Catmull

Title: Summer and Bird Author: Katherine Catmull Genre: Fantasy, Fairytale, Middle Grade Publisher: Dutton Juvenile Publication date: October 2 2012 Hardcover: 384 pages An enchanting—and twisted—tale of two sisters’ quest to find their parents When their parents disappear in…

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Book Review: When She Woke by Hillary Jordan

Title: When She Woke Author: Hillary Jordan Genre: Dystopian, Speculative Fiction Publisher: Algonquin Books Publication Date: October 2011 Hardcover: 352 pages Hannah Payne’s life has been devoted to church and family, but after her arrest, she awakens to a…

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Book Review: The End of Everything by Megan Abbott

Title: The End of Everything Author: Megan Abbott Genre: Crime/Literary Thriller Publisher:Reagan Arthur Books (US) / Picador (UK) Publication date: July 7 2011 (US) / August 19 2011 (UK) Hardcover/Paperback: 304 pages Thirteen-year old Lizzie Hood and her next…

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Book Review: America Pacifica by Anna North

Title: America Pacifica Author: Anna North Genre: Speculative Fiction, Post-Apocalyptic, Dystopian, Literary Fiction Publisher: Little Brown & Co. Publication Date: May 2011 Hardcover: 294 Pages Eighteen-year-old Darcy lives on the island of America Pacifica—one of the last places on…

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Book Review: Triangle by Katharine Weber

Title: Triangle Author: Katharine Weber Genre: Literary Fiction Publisher: Picador Publication Date: May 2007 Paperback: 256 Pages By the time she dies at age 106, Esther Gottesfeld, the last survivor of the Triangle Shirtwaist fire, has told the story…

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