Fiction - Literary

All the Tomorrows

By Nillu Nasser

Where to begin reviewing a book as near perfect as All the Tomorrows by Nillu Nasser? Given this is literary fiction, which is character rather than plot driven, perhaps one should start there, with Jaya, the protagonist, and her husband, Akash, who love each other,...

A Second Less Capable Head and Other Rogue Stories

By James Hanna

When you read a review that describes a book as “riveting” and/or “one that you can't put it down”, you think of books like thrillers or mystery fiction. You don't think of books like A Second Less Capable Head and Other Rogue Stories by James...

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Alphonse

A Novel
By Carl Sever

Alphonse, a first novel by Carl Sever, is unusual, somewhat strange, even occasionally confusing…and yet, despite all that, it’s also unforgettable because of its unique approach, engaging plot line and powerful characterization. Alphonse is actually “Jimmy from the South”, a soft-hearted hobo who goes out...

As Glaciers Move

Selected Poems and Prose Presenting a Progression of Perceptions
By Joseph Whitson

As Glaciers Move by Joseph Whitson is a lovely book of poetry. Whitson has attempted to outline his whole life with poetry. Various episodes appear, including everything from birth to death; first love to marriage. It would seem that one is reading Whitson's most intimate...

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A Strange Beginning

Book 1 of The Byron Series
By Gretta Curran Browne

A Strange Beginning is the first riveting entry in The Byron Series by Gretta Curran Browne, a story that transports the reader into the early life of one of England’s most respected personalities and a poet who is favored by many across the world —...

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Assumptions and Other Stories

By James Mulhern

Assumptions and Other Stories is the latest offering from award-winning novelist James Mulhern. Five of the seven short stories revolve around Molly Bonamici and her travails through her formative years and into adulthood. Two additional stories book-end Molly’s adventures, yet all contain that sly, quirky...

Akbar's Jihad

Book One
By Paul Carlberg

Akbar's Jihad by Paul Carlberg is a political thriller that explores intrigue, espionage, and terrorism, a story that presents the reader with very compelling characters, including CIA agents and the Iranian intelligence. Meet Akbar al-Kamal who, with the help of his best friend, Mansoor, is...

A Painted Lily

By Angela Hoke

A Painted Lily by Angela Hoke tells the story of a young man plagued by the mysteries of his past and his true heritage, who sets out on a quest to discover his roots. Tony is accompanied by his long-term best friend and confidante, Becca....

A Voice Beyond Reason

By Matthew Félix

What really makes a man what he is? Beneath the pain and thrill of life, what is the stuff we are made of? These are questions that Pablo could have answered with certainty had life not dealt him very serious and painful blows. He’s been...

A Stop in the Park

By Peggy Strack

Have you ever had a dream that you just wanted to stop everything and chase? Or perhaps you chased that dream only to reach a different destination along the away? That is what Peggy Strack's new novel "A Stop in the Park" is about. This...

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