The Approximate Parent helps you translate what your teen thinks, feels, and does...
A novel that examines the mental cages of fear through three generations of one family.
The third book in the Eighty Days series deals with a multitude of characters, situations, and locations.
This powerful young adult romance will alternately tug at your heart and break it in two.
Men Can't Cry reads like an autobiographical snippet from the life of a professional dominatrix.
The Levanter is a vintage thriller from the master, Eric Ambler.
Confined to a wheelchair with severe cerebral palsy, Bernie becomes Rickie's friend, inspiration, and superhero...
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On May 2, 1960, on its ninth attempt, the State of California executed Caryl Chessman. Cooney tells the story in the liberating form of a factually-informed novel,
This fictional story tells of the impact nature would have when unwarranted changes are done at an extraordinary pace for selfish reasons.
Idea-Links challenges the conventional wisdom around creativity, replacing it with a new way of thinking...
Wilson Awasu shares stories of ordinary people doing extraordinary things for God in their everyday lives.
There is a genuine love of gaming in Noobz, but the film has a hard time measuring up to its comedic competition.
An attempt to pick the best that 2012 cinema has to offer.
Fringe comes to an end that just might end up being what fans need.
Justified gives us some great character moments, and brings back recurring favorites this week.
In the middle of one of the strangest sports stories in recent memory is a real silver lining.
A finance student has "no qualms about fetching coffee, shining shoes, or picking up laundry, and will work for next to nothing."