Category: fiction


Dismantled by Jennifer McMahon

This book wasn’t at all what I thought it was going to be, but that’s a good thing. Ten years ago, four college friends were a part of a sort of social vigilante group that brought attention to issues or injustice by acts that amounted to vandalism with a purpose. When the group’s leader, Suz, […]

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The Year We Left Home by Jean Thompson

I have seen this book on many reading lists and the reviews have been favorable. There is no doubt that the writing is very good and the format is interesting. It’s written as connected short stories that span several different family members over a number of years. Being set in rural Iowa, it brought to […]

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