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Book Review: The Returned by Jason Mott

The novel, The Returned, has been getting a lot of buzz and asks the question, What if your loved ones come back to life, not as zombies, but seemingly like the people they were when they left?    What would you … Continue reading

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Staff Review: Anne Kennedy: Up From the Ground by Jose Saramago

Saramago uses capitals and periods very sparingly to indicate the beginning and end of sentences, resulting in an almost stream-of-consciousness feeling that may cause you to read quickly. But slow down. Breathe. Let yourself flow with the words and be … Continue reading

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Audio Review: The Last Days of Ptolemy Gray

I just finished listening to The Last Days of Ptolemy Gray  by Walter Mosley and absolutely loved it!  Mosley, known for writing several crime series, takes a wonderful departure to write the tale of 91 year old African American, Ptolemy … Continue reading

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