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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
this is where it ends
The book this is where it ends by Marieke Nijkamp is told from the point of view of four different teenagers as their school goes through a shooting. Two [...]
Author: Marieke Nijkamp
Publisher: Sourcebooks Inc.
Genre: Fiction
Review of Etta James’s Autobiography, “Rage to Survive”
Etta James has become a household name, known for her powerful, soulful voice and hits such as “At Last.” Though James’ voice rings with the joy of her [...]
Author: David Ritz
Author: Etta James
Publisher: Da Capo Press
Genre: Non-Fiction