Saturday by Cindy DeFuria
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by Marina Dora Martino
2d ago
Saturday by Cindy DeFuria is a gripping YA novel following a teenager’s journey through bullying. Showing the darker side of ambition, DeFuria plunges the reader into a competitive New York school for young talents where friendships are hard to come by, and some might even turn dangerous. It’s on a Saturday that Jessica’s mom breaks ..read more
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Godsmack Part I: The Mother Earth by Josie Peterson
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by Marina Dora Martino
3d ago
A moving novel weaving together crime and romance, Godsmack Part I: The Mother Earth by Josie Peterson explores what it takes to heal from a traumatic past and still find the courage to love. Yahn’s years in the corrupt corporate world are taking their toll - the dirty power dynamics, secret handshakes, and soulless money-grubbing ..read more
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An Interview with Sebastien Taveau: Author of The Delivery Man
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by SPR
5d ago
Sebastien Taveau is a puzzle solver and beyond-the-horizon watcher. Seb’s technical and professional experience spans over 25 years in various industries. He has shaped ecosystems and products around FinTech, mobile payment, mobile security, mobile identity, and consumer solutions even when he was told it was impossible. He has provided expert opinions for and has been ..read more
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A Date with Lima by Dr. Michael Abraham
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by SPR
5d ago
A sensational and gripping memoir, A Date with Lima: Dreams Not Surrendered by Dr. Michael Abraham recounts the author’s tireless efforts to find his two young daughters when he discovered that their mother abducted them. In July 1997, Brigitte Abraham told her ex-husband, a doctor and recovering alcoholic twenty years her senior, that she was ..read more
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Review: Energy Wars by Lionel Lazarus
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by John Staughton, Senior Reviewer
6d ago
Intergalactic power struggles and a universe driven by the hunt for precious fuel, Lionel Lazarus dazzles readers with Energy Wars, the second and third parts of his Energy Exchange series. Immensely powerful and ageless, but still able to be surprised, The Eight is returning to his home galaxy onboard the Hela, but finds that an ..read more
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Review: Secrets of the Tree House by Leinad Platz
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by Marina Dora Martino
1w ago
Secrets of the Tree House by Leinad Platz is an absorbing thriller where a small Wisconsin community is brought to face deep and disturbing truths. An entertaining, fast-paced mystery with dark undertones and streaks of spirituality, the novel is both chilling and emotionally gripping. The story walks the line between adult fiction and YA, masterfully ..read more
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Enigma Rose: First Love by S.E. Reynolds
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by John Staughton, Senior Reviewer
1w ago
Ominous, empowering, and engrossingly twisted, Enigma Rose: First Love by S.E. Reynolds is a heart-pumping ride of small-town romance and sordid pasts coming back for seconds. Following on from the dramatic events of First Lady, Joshua, Rose, and Virginia are all moving forward in their own ways, haunted by their shared secrets. Rose has set ..read more
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An Interview with Manson, Anthony Perconti, and Jason Duke: Authors of The Hell Bound Kids
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by SPR
1w ago
Manson loves and hates everyone equitably. Though she'll read just about anything, she enjoys weird shit like Hunter S. Thompson. She also likes crime fiction, the occult, horror, transgressive, science fiction, and dark fantasy. Anthony Perconti lives and works in the hinterlands of New Jersey with his wife and kids. He enjoys well-crafted and engaging ..read more
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Review: The Delivery Man by Sebastien Taveau
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by John Staughton, Senior Reviewer
1w ago
Bolstered by the experience of decades working in the heart of Silicon Valley, The Delivery Man: The Art of Turning Ideas into Products in Silicon Valley by Sebastien Taveau is an accessible and revelatory glimpse into top-shelf innovation and personal achievement. Most people can rattle off half a dozen major tech CEOs, but the critical ..read more
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An Interview with D.M. Wozniak: Author of Temberlain’s Ashes
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by SPR
2w ago
Born and raised in the west suburbs of Chicago, D.M. Wozniak discovered his passion for software at St. Lawrence High School, where he joined the computer lab as a ploy to get out of gym class. By the time he graduated in 1993, D.M. knew that he wanted to code for a living. But his ..read more
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