Fiction - Cultural

I Still Remember

By Priya Prithviraj

I Still Remember is a poignant story of a young girl, a freshman in college, who meets a senior man on her first day at school. His interest in her is to help her out, as she is looking for the admissions office. He may...

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In the Heart of Cairo

By Mahi Wasfy

The mark of a good book is that it gives you something to think about. That is certainly the case with In the Heart of Cairo by Mahi Wasfy. Over the span of roughly six months, the values of the American School in Cairo, a...

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I,EYE,SEE

By Carol Phillip-Tudor

I am in awe of Carol Phillip-Tudor. I, EYE, SEE is, in my opinion, destined to become a classic of contemporary literature. I understood I was reading something unique, important, and brilliant. When Mrs. Peely, the upstairs neighbor, ventures downstairs to ask the neighbors to...

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In Liberty's Wake

A Novel of British America
By Alexandra Norland

Wow! Just wow! How's that for a review? I just finished reading the beautiful new work of historical fiction by debut author Alexandra Norland, In Liberty's Wake: A Novel of British America. Follow the story of Arabella Alden, a privileged young woman in the British...

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I Truly Lament

Working Through the Holocaust
By Mathias B. Freese

I Truly Lament: Working Through the Holocaust by Mathias B. Freese is a unique compilation of short stories, taking the reader on a psychological journey through the emotions elicited by the Holocaust. Beginning with a man calling out to a golem, a Jewish monster from...

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If I Never Went Home

By Ingrid Persaud

If I Never Went Home tells the story of two Trinidadian women, Bea and Tina, and the separate yet inextricably linked lives they lead in two separate places. Told mostly through flashbacks switching between Tina and Bea, we learn just how tumultuous their lives were...

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Israela

By Batya Casper

Israela by Batya Casper is the story of an Israeli journalist, Ratiba, who marries her childhood love, an Israeli Arab who is not aware that she is Jewish. Ratiba has no contact with her family. Her sisters, Elisheva and Orit, miss her a lot. The...

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