Sunday , July 5 2020

Literary Fiction

Book Review: ‘Pearl’, A Novel by Deidre Riordan Hall

In "Pearl" by Deidre Riordan Hall, we follow the life and exploits of Pearl Jaeger, a young woman who is on her own and homeless at a time most are dreaming of their first prom. Pearl has grown up with the privilege of having a rock star as a mother, but JJ has become the product of her life.

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Book Review: ‘The Thing Is,’ A Novel by Kathleen Gerard

In "The Thing" Is by Kathleen Gerard, we meet an animal that is more than the norm, much more. Prozac , our protagonist, has an amazingly high IQ and a spiritual wisdom that guides him. He is now fixated on working his magic and bringing his new charge back to life, and she has no say in his decision to move forward.

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Book Review: ‘Saving Abby’, A Novel by Steena Holmes

In Saving Abby by Steena Holmes Josh and Claire Turner seem to have it all, yet there is that one thing they have always wished for. A child of their own. When their wish is finally granted, tragedy seems to set the stage as Claire must make a life and death decision that can change their lives forever.

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Book Review: ‘The Practical Navigator’, A Novel by Stephen Metcalfe

In "The Practical Navigator" by Stephen Metcalfe, Michael shares a special bond with Jamie his autistic son; they have each other as they work on the kinks of moving forward. When his estranged wife comes back to the scene, he isn’t sure what she is looking for. Her motives seem mysterious. Can he put his own life on hold to find the answers?

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Book Review: ‘Where We Fall’, A Novel by Rochelle B. Weinstein

In "Where We Fall" by Rochelle B. Weinstein, we are introduced to a family that on the outside seems to have it all. But there is a dark secret that runs beneath the foundation of the Holden family that threatens to pull their very existence out from under them.

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