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Dead Fathers Club by Matt Haig (Vintage, 2006)

Disturbing and at times darkly humorous, Dead Fathers Club is a grittily and sometimes gorily real portrayal of a young boy struggling to maintain his sense of right and wrong as the adults around him fail him time and time again. 285 more words

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Samir and Yonatan

Author: Daniella Carmi

Translator: Yael Lotan

When his injured knee forces Samir to go to the Israeli hospital, he finds himself alone, the only Palestinian boy in a room of Israeli kids. 292 more words

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[681] The Hundred-Foot Journey - Richard C. Morais

The Hundred-Foot Journey spans way beyond a hundred feet in the sense of how far the young lad has gone to fulfill the dream. Spanning from the protagonist’s native India, to England and then France, the last leg via a tricolor caravan of used Mercedes-Benzes that chugs through much of Western Europe, it’s the story of the making of a chef. 495 more words


It's Not Ebola, I Swear!

“Oh … my … God!” The rather sexy, bikini-clad woman in the hammock looked down at the glob of goo that had dribbled out of my mouth and then back up to me. 107 more words


Tease Me, Cowboy by Rachael Johns

Title: Tease Me, Cowboy

Author: Rachael Johns

Genre: Romance

Opening line: ‘…As much as Selah Davis loved her life in Seattle, she got an all-over buzz every time she came home to Old Town Marietta …’ 513 more words

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Graphic Novel Twofer: Fairest, Vol. 3: Return of the Maharaja / Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children

69. Fairest, Vol. 3: Return of the Maharaja by Sean E. Williams, Stephen Sadowski, Phil Jimenez (series created by Bill Willingham) (2014)
Fables: Fairest… 1,173 more words


When the Night comes by Favel Parrett

Title: When the Night comes

Author: Favel Parrett

Genre: General Fiction

Opening line: ‘…Sometimes we would visit his ship …’

Blurb: Running away from the mainland was supposed to make their lives better. 564 more words

General Fiction