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    Not So Pure and Simple
    (January 22, 2020)

    Hilariously necessary.


    The Gimmicks
    (January 09, 2020)

    The result is engrossing, but McCormick doesn't quite get the ratio right. Fewer gimmicks, ultimately, would have served The Gimmicks well.


    Little Gods
    (January 14, 2020)

    This is a beautiful, intensely moving debut.


    Africaville
    (December 10, 2019)

    This is a penetrating, fresh look at the indomitable spirit of black pioneers and their descendants.


    Anyone
    (December 03, 2019)

    An imaginative, time-fragmented thriller about the bitter and potentially deadly consequences of body-snatching.


    The Devil’s Due
    (November 01, 2019)

    Loose-limbed, prodigiously inventive, plotted with infernal logic, and riotously implausible from beginning to end.


    Sudden Traveler
    (November 03, 2019)

    Slipping seamlessly between fantasy and reality, it is an ambitious, powerful and, at times, deeply unsettling book.


    Nothing to See Here
    (November 02, 2019)

    It's the sweetness of this novel that will melt you, even when it ventures dangerously close to flaming schmaltz, and despite its somewhat predictable (but still satisfying) ending.


    God Save the Queens
    (October 24, 2019)

    Iandoli's book is rigorous, insightful, and authoritative — but it's also deadly personal.


    Your House Will Pay
    (October 17, 2019)

    Cha’s storytelling shows how fiction can delicately extract deeper revelations from daily headlines.


    A Kingdom for a Stage
    (October 12, 2019)

    We leave Jetta and her cause in a more uncertain state than ever, providing the perfect set-up for an intense and rousing conclusion to a series with a stunning premise and really subtle handling of difficult topics. I eagerly anticipate the final installment.


    A Lush and Seething Hell
    (October 13, 2019)

    A Lush and Seething Hell in its entirety is liable to equally and cosmically frighten all who open it.


    Thirteen Doorways, Wolves Behind Them All
    (October 07, 2019)

    It's certainly evident that Ruby is a skilled hand at creating an evocative narrative tapestry.


    The Yellow House
    (September 04, 2019)

    Out of the materials of memory and archival history, Broom's memoir solidly reconstructs what the forces of nature and institutionalized racism succeeded in knocking down.


    The Education of an Idealist
    (September 11, 2019)

    At times, this memoir feels a mile wide and inch deep. But when she does really dig down, you get a better sense of who Power is — a flawed, complicated and complex human being like the rest of us.


    Don't You Forget About Me
    (September 14, 2019)

    And that's what you'll find reading Don't You Forget About Me -- a page-turner about a heroine with a laugh-out-loud voice, an endearing romance, and, as the British say, lashings of drama.


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