Fiction - Literary

Love of Finished Years

By Gregory Erich Phillips

In 1909, Elsa Schuller was sixteen years old, living in the Lower East Side of New York City with her German immigrant family. Four years previously, her parents, Tobias and Nina, her older sister, Sonja, and baby brother, Anton, crossed the ocean to find a...

Amy, The Story Of A Coram Foundling

By Angie Northey

Amy: The History Of A Coram Foundling is written by Angie Northey. Amy began life as an orphan in the Coram Foundling Hospital, where she received very little love, but was given a lot of rules and regulations to follow. Amy always tried her...

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Life in a Box

By JoDee Neathery

Every family has some skeletons that must remain buried from the world; however, there are a few secrets that are hidden even from family members -- and rightly so. Life in a Box by JoDee Neathery revolves around two families, the Browns and the Smiths,...

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What Remains Unsaid

By Audrey Kalman

A character-driven work of literary fiction, What Remains Unsaid by Audrey Kalman is a story about relationships… a revelation of what makes us who we are and how who we are impacts on the significant others in our lives. It opens with a dark and...

To Be Had

By Sava Buncic

To Be Had by Sava Buncic is a great read with compelling characters. A lawyer who doesn't earn more than a waiter, Boris feels trapped in Greentown. But how can he give his family the life they deserve when there are no prospects of advancing...

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Two Halves Whole

Hafu Sans Halo, Book 2
By Melissa Abigail

Two Halves Whole: Hafu Sans Halo, Book 2 is a young adult coming of age novel written by Melissa Abigail. While the author gives enough background information to allow this book to be read on its own, I would advise that readers begin with the...

The Sacred Band

Sacred Band Series Volume 8
By Janet Morris and Chris Morris

In The Sacred Band: Sacred Band Series (Volume 8) by Janet Morris and Chris Morris, ethos and mythos combine; history remakes itself, dimensions are crossed, and realities diverge as the gods and Fates demand. The story opens over three hundred years before the birth of...

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,...

I, the Sun

By Janet Morris

With I, the Sun, Janet Morris comes close to a biography of the Hittite king, Suppiluliumas, whilst creating a captivating story, and that is a brilliant achievement in fiction where only one character, Titai, a slave girl, is fictitious. At the opening, Tasmisarri, heir to...

Delta

By Tolar Miles

Delta by Tolar Miles is a Southern novel. Delta's life has never been boring. She's a single mom raising her son, Mason, with the help of friends and his father, Calvin, nicknamed the Devil. When one of her best friends claims she saw Calvin with...

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