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Book Review: ‘Assassin’s Creed: Heresy,’ Historical Fiction by Christie Golden

In 'Assassin's Creed: Heresy' by Christie Golden we are taken into the past in the most interesting of ways. Using technology to connect both the past and present, Golden gives us a riveting story behind the legend of Joan of Arc.

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Book Review: ‘Kick: The True Story of JFK’s Sister and the Heir to Chatsworth,’ a Biography by Paula Byrne

'In Kick: The True Story of JFK's Sister and the Heir to Chatsworth' by Paula Byrne we ware taken into the lives once more of the dynamics and tragedies of a family that will intrigue generations to come, and who have left such and indelible mark on history.

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Book Review: ‘The Memory of Us,’ A Novel by Camille Di Maio

In 'The Memory of Us' by Camille Di Maio, we are introduced to Julianne Westcott, the only child of a wealthy family. She lives a dream life of money, gowns, and dances, as well as young men wanting to escort her about town. When she uncovers a secret within her family her life changes in more ways then she can understand. With war on the horizon, will she survive to find the answers to her life.

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Book Review: ‘Scapegoats: How Islamophobia Helps Our Enemies and Threatens Our Freedoms’ by Arsalan Iftikhar

"Scapegoats: How Islamophobia Helps Our Enemies and Threatens Our Freedoms" by Arsalan Iftikhar is a well written and passionate book defending reason and rationality. But the world is no longer a rational or reasonable place.

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Theater Review (NYC): ‘Nathan the Wise’ with F. Murray Abraham and Stark Sands

With a uniformly excellent cast, this bracing version of Gotthold Lessing's German Enlightenment play hits home with its then (and still) controversial view of religion: that no faith has the uniquely true message of God.

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