Category: fiction


The Thunder of Giants By Joel Fishbane

The Thunder of Giants By Joel Fishbane

I love books that combine historical facts with fiction, and The Thunder of Giants was such an unusual story, that I couldn’t pass it up.  In alternating stores, we read about two “giants” Anna and Andorra,  both over seven feet tall, who lived in different centuries.  Their lives had many similarities, however.  I think I […]

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Hotel Moscow By Talia Carner

Hotel Moscow By Talia Carner

Based loosely on the author’s own experiences, Hotel Moscow paints a very interesting, but somewhat terrifying, portrait of a country undergoing violent and profound change.  Right away, Brooke learns that being an American will not protect her in a country that seems to be without laws or governance.  The dangerous experiences continue as she faces […]

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Mist Of Midnight By Sandra Byrd

Mist Of Midnight By Sandra Byrd

With a Gothic style mystery, a handsome Hussar, and a mysterious imposter, Mist of Midnight was a book I was very interested in reading.  Rebecca returned form India reluctantly after the tragic death of her family and feels very much like a fish out of water.  Like many repatriated citizens, the manners and social rules […]

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