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Vox
Imagine a world where every word matters…literally. You have a daily limit of 100 words and this limit is monitored through a bracelet locked around [...]
Genre: Fiction
Confessions of the Fox
I loved this book. The author has a relaxed writing style that is easy to read. There are two stories happening in this book; the story of Jack, “the [...]
Author: Jordy
Author: Rosenberg
Publisher: Random House
Genre: Fiction
This Way to the Sugar
Nguyen’s debut poetry book This Way to the Sugar is an intelligent and deeply personal interrogation and exploration of identity. His book covers a broad [...]
Author: Hieu Minh Nguyen
Publisher: Write Bloody Publishing
Genre: Poetry
A Thousand Mornings
A Thousand Mornings by Mary Oliver is a book of poetry that is beautifully written; all of the poems in this collection are eternal, and beg to be read [...]
Author: Mary Oliver
Publisher: SUNY Geneseo
Genre: Poetry
Ways to Disappear
In a seemingly biographical manner, Idra Novey, a translator and writer of both Portuguese literature and English prose, writes Ways to Disappear about a [...]
Author: Idra Novey
Publisher: Little Brown and Company
Genre: Fiction
Both
Truthfully, I’m a little torn on whether or not I should write my review on this book as I fear that it’ll be tremendously difficult for any interested [...]
Author: Daniel J. Kiely
Author: Daniel R. Collins
Author: James Feenaughty
Author: Josh McCardle
Author: Kristen Keckler Flory
Author: Liam Fitzgerald O'Kane
Author: Mollie Church
Author: Randy Ahart
Publisher: C. Stoneground
Genre: Poetry
Red: Every Person’s Story
Michael Hall’s Red: A Crayon’s Story is a heart warming story about the journey of identity. The main character, Red, has a red wrapper, but is blue on the [...]
Author: Michael Hall
Publisher: Harper Collins
Genre: Children's Books
Crank
Crank is an amazingly evocative book about a teenage girl who gets caught up in drugs. She has to deal with the consequences of getting addicted and having [...]
Author: Elle n Hopkins
Publisher: Harper Collins
Genre: Fiction
Jane Eyre is awesome
This book is amazing, I first read it when in seventh grade and read it 5 times after that. I couldn’t put it down when I was reading it. The drama [...]
Infamous Italian interviewer features in new biography to mixed results
Americans often consider journalism in terms of large American institutions like The New York Times and The Washington Post, but a new biography in [...]
Author: Cristina de Stefano
Publisher: Other Press
Genre: Non-Fiction