“It does not take long for Marlena to realize that her loving husband is a man of many demands, and she wonders if tragedy happens in threes.”
“A pleasant page-turner with an important reminder about the value of social activism.”
“Matt's eyes were on me, but he was still looking right through me. ‘I think she's dead.’”
“This sweet novel is both romantic and heartwarming while also offering a bit of mystery and suspense.”
Meredith Hunt is accosted on the bike trail while jogging, and Ace Vance and his teenage son Finn come to her rescue.
“the story is one of love, trust, and risk—all three of which must be found in order to make life work in all its messiness.
In this sequel to The Five People You Meet in Heaven, Eddie, the amusement park mechanic appears to Annie as a guide in heaven.
The institution of marriage is not something one should enter into lightly. It's the combination of two different parties to create one unit.
“a slow and detailed portrait of human relationships. . . .
“Between the buildings Stripeys stumbled, sat, stretched out in exhaustion. Some of them were like ghost-women. Their bodies were the embers of a fire that was dying out.”
“Bealport is often uproariously and corrosively funny.”
"Readers should set aside daily tasks, turn off cell phones, forget about laundry and possibly even eating once they start this story."
“a rambling, innovative, cerebral, and wildly entertaining ‘trippy’ journey that drives home essential questions while providing none of the answers . . .”
“a lovely story . . . a tale for those who continue to look for magic in the world . . .”
Encircling, the brilliantly structured first novel of a trilogy by Norwegian author Carl Frode Tiller, seamlessly translated by Barbara J.
“Alice Simpson’s debut novel promises to be an interesting read [but] Ballroom doesn’t quite deliver on the promise.”
Life takes a sharp turn for Teddi Overman when her mother dies.
“. . . simple yet moving, faith-driven story . . .”
“Mark SaFranko has hit another dark and debauched homerun.”
“. . . an enjoyable read.”
Emma Sharpe and Colin Donovan have what one might delicately describe as a “complicated” relationship.
“Reading In the Bag is like taking a bite of fluffy pink cotton candy . . . Stash it in a beach bag for a quick, weightless summer read.”
“Inside touches on the complicated interdependency of divergent personalities, creating an authentic and empathetic read.”
“. . . circus peanuts, pure and simple. . . . incredibly capable of generating a cheap buzz.”
“Phases of Gravity is quiet, reflective, and intelligent, undoubtedly well written . . .”
“The Iguana Tree is a triumph—an enjoyable and informative story on an important topic. Ms.