Books for Your TBR Piles

Extra Attention Meg Wolitzer follows up her bestselling novel The Interestings with The Female Persuasion (Riverhead Books, 4/3), an incisive, well-drawn portrait of the generational differences of feminism, and the complicated relationships between mentors and protegees. Leslie Jamison moves from essays in the celebrated collection The Empathy Exams to an unflinching look at addiction, others

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A Short Heist

I received a copy of this for free in exchange for an honest review. All opinions expressed are solely my own. Review: The B-Team: The Case of the Angry First Wife by Melodie Campbell Synopsis: Del’s great-aunt, Kitty, has retired from a life of crime and embarked on a new venture, the B-Team. Although Del

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The Line Becomes a River ~ Francisco Cantu

Happy Book Birthday (Feb 6th) to The Line Becomes a River! Rating: 4/5 Francisco Cantu, a grandson of Mexican immigrants himself (who does not feel this gives him any kind of experience of immigration or Border Patrol), decides after graduating with an International Relations degree, that he wanted to become a Border Patrol agent to

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Cat Ellington’s review of Beauty Tips: 55 Tips on Natural Skin Care, Attractiveness, Makeup, and Looking Younger for Women

Beauty Tips: 55 Tips on Natural Skin Care, Attractiveness, Makeup, and Looking Younger for Women by Angell Kisses My rating: 5 of 5 stars Whether you’re a seasoned health and beauty connoisseur (like yours truly), or a neophyte to the dual topic (welcome to the club!), Beauty Tips: 55 Tips on Natural Skin Care, Attractiveness,

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The Great Restoration by William Ray

A detective story set in the same world as Gedlund. For those who haven’t read Gedlund, the world is a somewhat standard fantasy affair but instead of being set in a pseudo-Middle Ages, it’s pseudo-Victorian. Less sword and sorcery, more guns and capitalism (with a side order of magic). It’s a fun mix and the

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