Fiction - Literary

Call Me Pomeroy

A Novel of Satire and Political Dissent
By James Hanna

Call Me Pomeroy: A Novel of Satire and Political Dissent is a humorous fictional narrative, written by James Hanna. Fifty-seven years ago, Eddie Beasley was born. Now, he finds himself forever on parole for a crime he unknowingly committed after bedding a woman who'd lied...

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Understanding the Alacran

By Jonathan LaPoma

What does it take to be clean again after years of drug abuse? For William James, it could mean getting as far away as possible from one’s immediate environment, steering away from friends, and starting a new life. That is why the twenty-two-year-old man leaves...

The Siege

A Psychological Thriller
By James Hanna

The Siege (A Psychological Thriller) by James Hanna is a fiction novel that follows a prison takeover. The Siege will appeal most to an audience of adults who enjoy prison fiction with all of its raw grittiness. The story takes place in The Indiana Penal...

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Night Train and Other Stories

By H. Arlo Nimmo

Night Train by H. Arlo Nimmo is a compilation of thirteen short stories written from an anthropologist's perspective with stories about various characters in unusual and exotic locations. The stories take the reader through many eras and locales and show the views of those times...

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The Shape of the Atmosphere

By Jessica Dainty

The Shape of the Atmosphere, the excellent book written by a promising debut author, Jessica Dainty, is a story that I found very difficult to put down once I started reading it. Follow the story of young Gertie MacLarsen, a teenager who has felt ugly...

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The Other La Bohème

By Yorker Keith

The Other La Bohème by Yorker Keith is aptly labeled literary fiction, an interesting story that explores the life and career of the Dolci Quattro. After their breathtaking performance of Puccini’s well-known opera, La Bohème, during their graduation, four friends form a band called the...

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Harnessing Altruism

By Sava Buncic

Harnessing Altruism by Sava Buncic is a classic book that fans of the human condition will adore, only the setting and the storyline are quite different and unique. Ed grows up in a very cruel world, knowing what life is like in the slums, drifting...

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Unraveled

A collection of flash fiction and short stories
By C. Jai Ferry

I loved the stories in C. Jai Ferry’s Unraveled. The book is made up of twenty-six short stories which cover a variety of topics. All of the stories in this book are entertaining. I love to read short stories. It is not often that I...

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My Author Is Dead

By Michel Bruneau

Growing up, Adam Chad Kilroy hated everything about his life and his community, but even he never imagined it would get this bad. Now in court facing a mob of angry villagers, Adam took a minute to look back on his life, to reflect on...

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Obedience

By V.G. Kilgore

Obedience by V.G. Kilgore builds on the Old Testament story of Noah’s Ark. Each chapter begins with a sentence from the biblical story, and the chapters then unfold in the light of those words. Ham doubts his father Noah’s wisdom in building an ark, but...

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