Fiction - Literary

The Protocols of Ambiguity

By B.B. Jacobson

The Protocols of Ambiguity by author B.B. Jacobson is a philosophical and partly autobiographical coming of age story centered on a young adult character. The central plot focuses on a young boy, known as ‘the boy’, receiving a gift from God, one which promises to...

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Lights on the Sea

By Miquel Reina

Lights on the Sea by Miquel Reina tells the story of Mary Rose and Harold Grapes who live high up on the edge of a cliff overlooking the sea. Threatened with eviction from their home because of safety concerns, Mary Rose and Harold contemplate what...

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Toff Chav

By Miles Hadley

Toff Chav by Miles Hadley is a slightly farcical journey through the deep cultural and class divide that is modern day England and, in particular, London. Archie Hodgkin-Smith, with his double-barreled name, is your archetypal young toff, from a long and proud lineage of aristocracy...

Born For Adversity

The CASA Chronicles Vol 2
By Keith Julius

Born For Adversity is the second book in The CASA Chronicles by Keith Julius, a story that follows the life of a family after a tragic incident. It begins when nine-year-old Aaron Reed gets injured at a local playground and is brought to the ER....

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Coleman's War

By E N Heim

Coleman’s War by E.N. Heim is a beautiful portrait of a life. It is a powerful tale and I was impressed with Heim's masterful use of flashbacks to tell his story. It is the story of an American veteran and since I fall into that...

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I, Jetebais

By Robert Martin Bishop

I, Jetebais is a work of Christian fiction by author Robert Martin Bishop. Focusing on the deep philosophical questions that plague mankind about the nature of good and evil, the story kicks into gear with central character Jetebais’s descent from Heaven. The story develops into...

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The Victoria Lie

When is a lie a lifeline? (The Butterfly Effect Book 2)
By Sarah Marie Graye

The Victoria Lie is a work of literary fiction by author Sarah Marie Graye which asks the question: When is a lie a lifeline? The second book in The Butterfly Effect saga, this story focuses on new characters and can be read as a standalone...

The Robber Of Youth

The CASA Chronicles Volume 3
By Keith Julius

When it comes to issues like abuse and sex trafficking, we can choose to bury our heads in the sand and hope it will all go away, or we can decide to learn what we can about it. Unfortunately, while we might not be able...

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Where Summer Strives

By Thomas Thornburg

In his novel Where Summer Strives, Thomas Thornburg takes us on a journey to a working class neighbourhood of a Midwestern city, towards the end of the Second World War, where social and racial divides are very much still the norm. When a wealthy, educated,...

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Dog Logic

By Tom Strelich

Dog Logic by Tom Strelich is rather like life, harrowing in places, funny in others, occasionally uplifting and sometimes unutterably sad. It concerns the life and adventures of Hertell Daggett, the owner-operator of the Li’l Pal Pet Cemetery, who discovers a long-lost secret experiment dating...

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