Parallels with real-life technology render this an uncomfortably entertaining read. Two of them famous; the third not so much. If you liked Breathing Underwater
This is a very good read.
Not knowing whether or not her body is a fit home for her baby, the speaker takes refuge in language as another sort of home, one through which she can explore all the rooms of psyche and possibility, working through the grief that comes with fear.
SilwanPhilip Graubart, InkWater Press - The insecurities of the protagonist Judah Loeb, his difficulty in trusting and his second-guessing of even those closest to him, are what initially draw your into the narrative.
Victor Elay, along with their young daughter Vanessa, are poverty-stricken immigrants from the West Indies.
I Know NowCinda Stevens Lonsway, new72publishing - The book chronicles a violent attack on the author while in her teens.
Let Priya do her reinvention thing and move on.
John Treegate's Musket For mature teens.
New brain mapping research suggests that adolescence is a time when teens are capable of engaging deeply with material, on both an intellectual level as well as an emotional one.
Pain on Trial shows us the genuine consequences of prosecutorial zeal and how medical professionals stand at risk.
Fulfilling the debts owed between parents and children and finding meaning in the past and the present are unifying themes of these rich and memorable stories.
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If you liked Samuri Girl
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The Capo demands that a male representative of each family travel to his palace, where he will likely demand their fealty.
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The result is an informative and truly eloquent study and meditation, one that reminds us of the importance and beauty of the tides and their lunar mistress.
Well-written and relatable to someone with no prior knowledge of the Israel Defense Forces or even Middle East governments and policymaking.