Monthly Archives: July 2016

The Last Child by John Hart

Johnny is sure that his twin sister, Alyssa is still alive. Missing for almost a year now, he still continues to search for her even as his world has crumbled around him.  First his father disappeared and Katherine Merrimon, Johnny’s … Continue reading

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The Art of Hearing Heartbeats by Jan-Philipp Sendker

Julia arrived in Burma determined to find her missing father. Four years ago, on the morning after her graduation from law school, Julia had been awakened by her father. He told her that he was going to Boston for a few … Continue reading

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When Gods Die by C. S. Harris

Sometimes you just need to escape. Whether it is from the relentless news cycle on CNN or just laundry and dirty dishes, sometimes you just need to escape into a book and into another world.  A trusted author, compelling characters … Continue reading

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The Incarnations by Susan Barker

Wang is a taxi driver in Beijing. His life is not successful in the normal sense, but he has a decent job and his wife and daughter, Echo add to his sense of well being. Then one day as he … Continue reading

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The Liveship Traders Trilogy by Robin Hobb

After reading the new FitzChivilary Farseer novels which I enjoyed tremendously, I decided to read more of Hobb and picked up a new trilogy set in the same world as the Farseer novels. These books (Ship of Magic, Mad Ship, … Continue reading

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