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Maria first met him several months ago- and now, it seems, he is everywhere she looks. New People by Danzy Senna draws from her experience as a multiracial woman in a world bent on categorizing people by their skin color. Through her lens we see the topics of race, society and stereotype refined in a … Continue reading Book Review: New People by Danzy Senna
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My name is Weylyn Grey, and I'm near-sighted, allergic to ragweed, and my feet are flat. I can't cast spells, I don't grant wishes, and I'm not sure if I can turn a from into a prince, but I have no intentions of finding out. Some people like to think I can affect the weather, … Continue reading Book Review: Beasts of Extraordinary Circumstance by Ruth Emmie Lang
How to Stop Time by Matt Haig is a novel of epic proportions that is headed to the big screen. Follow the link for more on this compelling read and the author's thoughts on the movie adaption.
The protagonist in Weir's newest witty science fiction suspense is a brazen, profane woman named Jazz. She's known for hustling in ways only one can do inside the exclusive city on the moon, which is accomplished under the guise of her job as an on-demand delivery person. This front fools no one, however, and her … Continue reading Book Review: Artemis by Andy Weir
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