Fiction - Social Issues

Guardians' Betrayal

What happens seven years after adoption
By Johanna Van Zanten

First of all, the cover of Guardians' Betrayal by Johanna Van Zanten is very powerful. The novel brings a very relevant message to readers in telling the story of a family that is broken, but desperately trying to stay together. The story follows Shayla and...

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Gifts Unexpected

By T.C. Grant

“Relax, Adela, it’s probably nothing,” is what she told herself that morning. The little lump hiding on the side of Adela's left breast had not been there only weeks ago. At least she was not aware of it. And her last mammogram had been normal....

Grains of Truth

Bonds of friendship cannot be broken
By Elizabeth Ferry-Perata

I really enjoyed reading Grains of Truth by Elizabeth Ferry-Perata. The story is about friendship and always being there for each other. It is also about accepting things that you cannot change in life. This is one book that I will not soon forget. Grains...

Grace Group

By Carrie Maldonado

In Grace Group by Carrie Maldonado, Holly had just been diagnosed with a rare terminal illness. How can she carry on her life as a human resources director, her sometime love affair with her boyfriend, and her duties as a daughter to her battling parents?...

Grannie Panties Are UnderRated

By Gayle Erickson

This captivating novel, Grannie Panties Are UnderRated by Gayle Erickson, begins with the prologue taking place in Tokyo in 1994. The main character, 24-year-old Elle, has been living in Tokyo for two years. She has a boyfriend, Tak, and she knows she is in big...

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Granjy's Eyes

By Matt McAvoy

There's more than a couple of adjectives to describe Granjy's Eyes by Matt McAvoy: gripping, twisted, frightening, unexpected...just for starters. But most applicable is chillingly realistic. Yes, Granjy's Eyes is fiction, but newspapers and crime archives are littered with heartless, narcissistic characters, like Ollie, who...

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God, Grace, Dumb Luck

By Phloyd Knucklez

God, Grace and Dumb Luck by Phloyd Knucklez is one of the strangest books I have ever read. It is also one of the best. It's intriguing, puzzling, and although some people may not be able to get past the first chapter, others like...

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Galley-Man

A Novel
By Dasck E DeFin

Galley-Man by Dasck E DeFin is a historical novel based on the real life of a man named Ezekiel. DeFin begins the novel with historical accounts of events in France, starting with the St. Bartholomew Day Massacre. The novel is a blend of history and...

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Goodbye, Hello

By Allyson R. Abbott

It’s said that the purpose of marriage is to help each other grow and evolve, but in some cases people lose themselves within the marriage. This statement is true for Linda; she lost herself while being married to Martin. In Goodbye, Hello by Allyson R....

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Glorify Each Day

By John Banks

"Glorify Each Day" by John Banks has an unusual beginning. Eight year old Tommy tried to kill his mother’s dog in a fit of anger. The plot moves forward in time. Cheryl is talking with her therapist concerning her boyfriend. From the discussion it becomes...

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