Monthly Archives: October 2014

Ten Years In The Making, And Worth The Wait: All The Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr

Anthony Doerr’s remarkable novel All The Light We Cannot See squarely confronts the daunting task of illuminating the horror of World War II in a compelling and fresh way, concentrating on a human story that touches the emotions and disturbs the … Continue reading

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When disadvantage is turned on its head: David & Goliath

Without a doubt, summer is a great time for the lighter side of reading, including a day at the park or beach with a book by an author such as Dorothea Benton Frank, Nancy Thayer, Jennifer Weiner, Susan Wiggs, and Elin … Continue reading

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