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This is a near perfect, whimsical adventure!
Using the age-old excuse of “I have to work” to skip out of an invitation to his ex-boyfriend’s wedding, we follow Arthur Less as he attends as many literary events—some obscure, others questionable—as he can possibly fit in until the wedding date passes and he is free to move forward.
Set in the sultry Atlanta summer of 1962, this novel is based around the aftermath of a true event, the crash of Air France Flight 007 at Orly Airport in Paris, a plane filled with the city’s wealthiest, art-oriented residents.
If you’ve gotten caught up in all the Alexander Hamilton hype, and even if you haven’t, you must surely read this book!
This incredibly honest memoir recasts anxiety as an opportunity to live life with fullness and meaning.
Mr. Boddington’s Etiquette, Charm and Civility for Every Occasion is a refreshing resource in our current culture.
This heart-wrenching, informative, historically accurate novel about the life of Eliza Schuyler Hamilton, Alexander Hamilton’s wife, is a true page turner.
Hamilton! Hamilton! Everywhere! On stage! In books! This particular novel focuses on Alexander Hamilton’s personal life as told by his strong, understanding wife Elizabeth.
You’re going to be shocked when you find out what’s happening beneath the surface of our Great Lakes (hint: it’s not good), and by the time you finish this book you’ll want to join the scientists currently racing to engineer a solution to save the most important bodies of freshwater on the planet.
This is for anyone who has ever dreamed of running off to the circus but didn’t have the courage to do it.
We have all read stories of terminal illness, the challenge of single parenting, foreign travel, and unexpected love, but when put together as Isaac has, in this story, it reminds the reader of the most important aspects of everyday life and how to live it.
This novel, recently released in paperback, provides insight into the love between mothers and daughters, overcoming brutal adversity and loss, how it feels to be a scorned ethnic minority, and the difficulties of reconciling the demands of modernity with constraints imposed by traditional cultures.
Paloma and her mother are spending a summer in Mexico, the home of Paloma’s deceased father, and of Frida Kahlo!
I’ve been on a mystery jag of late, thrilling in that Aha! moment when the killer is revealed.
If you adore the 1968 sci-fi masterpiece as much as I do, then you’re going to devour this book.