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Beyond the Bright Sea

Roughly once a year comes a children’s book of unexpected brilliance, a book that has you hooked from the first sentence and keeps you eagerly turning pages until the early hours of the morning. It has the feel of an instant classic; and like an addict, you want more. This is such a book. Wolk’s…

Salt to the Sea

The lives of four young people converge as three of them flee from the advancing Russian Army, through East Prussia during the winter of 1945: Florian (a thief or a knight?), Joana, a nurse, and brave, pregnant Emilia. The fourth is the misguided, pathetically arrogant Alfred, a sailor at the port of Gotenhafen. They all…

The Smoke Thieves

A hunter, a princess, a soldier, a traitor and a thief find their fates weaving together in this medieval fantasy. Catherine is the daughter of a ruthless king, her upcoming marriage based on strategy rather than love. Her former bodyguard, Ambrose, who has won her heart, has been declared a criminal and has fled. March,…

Turtles All the Way Down

The latest offering from John Green feels like a long time coming. His last title, the blockbuster The Fault in Our Stars, was released in 2012. However, Turtles All the Way Down is well worth the wait. Aza is a sixteen-year-old living in suburban Indianapolis, Green’s own hometown. Setting the novel in a location he…


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