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Review: Homegoing by Yaa Gyasi

Homegoing by Yaa Gyasi

Genre: Historical Fiction, African Fiction

  This newly published (June of 2016) New York Times Best Seller debut novel starts with the story of two half sisters, Effia and Esi, born into different villages in eighteenth-century Ghana. 584 more words

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Billy by Hugh Cron

Billy was upset that no-one spoke to him.

“Hi Billy, how’s your mum?”

“She’s fine, fine, she’s fine.”

“And how about you? Are you behaving yourself?” 562 more words

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...says a character to her author

you see me. i know you do. you feel my pain, you know my joy so intensely that you can express it. you understand what i’m going through – you see past the… 18 more words

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Evil Twin

You know when you look in a mirror. It’s not a shock to see yourself there, you expect it. But when objects without mirror-like qualities start reflecting you, well it’s creepy. 261 more words

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The Recovery by Tom Sheehan

Prod Herling believed he had been followed for weeks or months, never once seeing what he thought was there. But his history came with repeated sensations. 2,637 more words

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"Backpacking Bridget Jones" Does Chile

Destination: Chile by Katy Colins is book 3 in the Lonely Hearts Travel Club series.

Spoiler Alert:

If you haven’t read book one and two in the series, the reviews for book 3 contain at least one big spoiler. 290 more words

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The SeeMe Crisis by David Henson

December 24. It began today. At the grocery store, I saw a man whose hands had disappeared seem to levitate a cantaloupe into his cart. Looked through a woman’s head in the bread aisle. 584 more words

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