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The Fading of Lloyd by Kit Crumpton Review

The Fading of Lloyd embroils the reader in family history as members struggle through historic challenges: the end of the American frontier, the dawn of the railroad travel that wove Midwest communities together, World War I, and the social mores of the 1920s and 1930s. The Huttleston family, whose son, Lloyd, is mentally retarded, struggles… Continue reading The Fading of Lloyd by Kit Crumpton Review

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The Marriage Pact by Michelle Richmond (Spoiler-free!) Review

What if you were given the opportunity to ensure your marriage was a success? Jake and Alice are the perfect cadidates for the pact. They are young newlyweds who aren't completely sure they married for the right reasons. At the beginning, Jake is questioning whether he married Alice because he loves her or to make… Continue reading The Marriage Pact by Michelle Richmond (Spoiler-free!) Review

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The Homecoming by Tammy Tate Review

Sydney is half human, half wolf, and has fallen in love with Kyle, a full-fledged shifter who for the last six months has been appearing in her dreams. The next full moon, Sydney makes her first shift from human to wolf. The transformation won’t be easy. Thanks to her human genes, it could leave her disfigured.… Continue reading The Homecoming by Tammy Tate Review

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The Scattered and the Dead (Book 0.5) by L.T. Vargus & Tim McBain (Spoiler-free!) Review

Loneliness drives an introvert to write a letter to the girl in the apartment across the hall. He is anxious. Reclusive. Desperate for a friend. The apocalypse interrupts this attempt at human contact. Now he watches out the window as the world gets cut to pieces by plague and riots. Buildings burn. Pedestrians vomit blood. Soon the… Continue reading The Scattered and the Dead (Book 0.5) by L.T. Vargus & Tim McBain (Spoiler-free!) Review

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Final Girls by Riley Sager (Spoiler-free!) Review

Ten years ago, college student Quincy Carpenter went on vacation with five friends and came back alone, the only survivor of a horror movie–scale massacre. In an instant, she became a member of a club no one wants to belong to—a group of similar survivors known in the press as the Final Girls. Lisa, who… Continue reading Final Girls by Riley Sager (Spoiler-free!) Review