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Growing up is hard, but Jonathan Trefoil is doing his best. Recently out of college, he’s lucked into a well-paying, if dead boring job writing ad copy.

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Sarah Hurlihy and boyfriend John Anderson purchase Sarah's childhood home with a massive renovation in store. Billy, Sarah's dad, will get his personal space, which he calls his man cavern.

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“DeLillo’s genius, brilliance, and madness is nothing short of amazing . . .”

Zero K is one of those books you finish, pause, and think, “Wow!”

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“Rebecca Schiff’s prose is by turns poignant and wickedly pointed, and terribly funny.”

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For fans and readers of magical urban fantasy, this novella is perfect.”

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If readers ever wished Mike Rowe would create a comic out of Dirty Jobs then this is the book for them. In fact, the cover character of JB rather looks like Mike Rowe.

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“a warm and slyly funny look at small towns and romance . . .”

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“reminds audiences of the human costs beneath the rise to fortune of a few manipulators of our money.”

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Tricky Twenty-Two is the most recent in the Stephanie Plum novels by Janet Evanovich. Her heroine, Stephanie Plum, is a bounty hunter who works for her cousin Vinnie, a bail bondsman.

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The Hillary Rodham Clinton Presidential Playset by Caitlan Kuhwald is an absolutely fantastic book for adults and children alike.

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William Gass is known and admired as a writer’s writer for his handsome, challenging, and experimental prose and as a misanthrope for his tendency to focus on his characters’ moral shortcomings.

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Futuristic Violence and Fancy Suits is not for everyone.

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The following words constitute a review of the new novel Welcome to Night Vale. The review is not about Welcome to Night Vale. It is totally about it and is for your enjoyment.

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Optimist Libby Miller’s life takes an unimaginable terrifying turn. On the very day she learns she has a life-threatening illness, her husband, Tom, reveals a marriage-ending secret.

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“the most self-absorbed and offensive character you’ll meet . . . so why is he so appealing?”

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"It shows what happens when twentysomethings grow up."

The Clasp is definitely several rungs above the typical twentysomethings-with-clever-quips debut.

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fun, humor, horror, and a fantastical cast of characters.”

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“light in spirit and tone, and abundant in levity.”

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"A hilarious sendup of the eternal fight between kids and their parents over what to eat and when—if at all."

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Crazy Rich Asians is scathingly funny, outrageous at all times, and utterly credible.

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The Blazing World is poundingly alive with ideas, personalities, conviction, fear, fakery, ambition, and sorrow. The reading mind is set on high, happy alert.

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Kat George’s Pink Bits is an example of the growing volume of media products—books, blogs, films, television shows—produced by young women primarily for a specific demographic of girls and

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“. . . a fun, fast read and a wild ride.”

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Many women have issues with their weight and can relate to Holly Brennan’s situation.

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“A timeless classic from the pages of period long gone, . . . pure, classic art with a touch of vaudeville and slapstick.”

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