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Replaced Parts by Stephanie Hansen

An unpredictable adventure from which it is nearly impossible to turn away… Set in 2163, Hansen’s fast-paced YA takes readers on an exhilarating journey as sixteen-year-old Sierra lands on planet Vortex to look for her missing father and finds herself…
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The Impersonators by Julie Mee

A fun, poignant story told with wit, insight, and affecting prose… The poignant themes of true friendship, truth, and fortitude mark Mee’s moving, engrossing latest. The young Stuart Bossman, an aspiring documentary film-maker, has always planned on filming a terrific…
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You Don’t Want To Get Married by Latesha Kellam

Honest and moving… Kellam’s latest is a bittersweet story of a young woman who moves to a different city to escape the chaos of her dwindling romance. Jasmine has everything going for her: she has the looks, the support of…
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The Language of Corpses (Mechalum Space Book 1) by TT Linse

Complex and brilliant… A magnificently imaginative space opera Linse examines speculative human evolution and individual struggles in this deeply complex, multifaceted space opera adventure that’s both highly ingenious and utterly convincing. The year is 2728. People can teleport instantaneously throughout…
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An Unexpected Father by George Fillis

A poignant, evocative and, engaging read… Engrossing and elegant, Fillis’ second installment in the Collingwood Series explores relationships, endurance, desires, and means of survival. Winson and Caitlin are man and wife now, much to the dismay of the latter’s father.…
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Caroline And Mordecai The Gand: A Fantasy Novella by Jeff Gunhus

Whimsical, compelling… A poignant page-turner. The USA TODAY bestselling Gunhus explores universal themes of death, grief, healing, and enduring grace of family and friendship in his latest. It’s been a year since Caroline lost her father to a car accident.…
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ARAYA by E. Detorres

A richly imagined tale… Detorres’s genre mash of SF and speculative fiction is a vivid exploration of the power of resilience and perseverance. In Hell’s Heart, the forest that heeds no one but its own gods, the trees are master…
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Becoming a Doctors’ Doctor: A Memoir by Michael F. Myers

Moving, eloquent, and a life-changing book that needs to be experienced…                   Myers, a professor of clinical psychiatry at SUNY Downstate Health Sciences University in Brooklyn, New York and the author and coauthor of eight previous books dealing with medical students…
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Beowulf: A Verse Translation from the Anglo-Saxon by Andrew B. F. Carnabuci

Magnificent and breathtaking… Carnabuci brings forth a modern translation of Beowulf composed by an anonymous Anglo-Saxon poet more than a millennium ago in the Germanic and one of the oldest surviving works of literature in the language. When the ferocious…
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The Century’s Scribe (A Fantastic Decade #1) by Brendan Walsh

Fast-paced and explosively action-packed… An immersive read. The breakneck pacing of a time-travel adventure is infused with the fantastical elements of a fantasy and literary fineness of a coming-of-age story in Walsh’s extraordinary series kicker about a group of friends…