Religious & Spiritual

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“Different kinds of mystical pairings are beautifully interwoven throughout the pages.”

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Geertruida “Truus” Wijsmuller-Meijer certainly deserves to be the heroine of a novel.

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“an ambitious, skillfully written book.”

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The Tenth Muse reminds us of the great injustices done to women in a male-dominated world.”

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“a heartwarming read.”

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“The Damascus Road might be read as a parable of our own times with its mad men, visionaries, true believers, and pagans . . .”

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Once in a while, you read a book that, though clearly labeled “fiction,” tells a story that really happened.

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Englander finds fascinating ways to explore another of his great recurring themes: the points at which modernity and tradition may fruitfully, if uncomfortably—and always

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“readers will enjoy this funny, imaginative, and handsomely crafted novel first and foremost as a memorable work of literature, and as such it deserves to reach a wide audience.”

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We live in a world in which relationship norms are continuously changing and evolving.

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“Sveen delves into well-trodden territory but delivers a marvelously refreshing and unusual fictionalized literary interpretation that’s devoid of judgement or preaching.”

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Blair Hurley’s debut novel The Devoted has a tone of genius behind every chapter and a powerful magnetism that is hard to resist for any reader thirsting for spiritual knowledge and guidan

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We meet Abeo Kata as a well-adjusted nine-year old girl, surrounded by happy playmates and loving relatives in West Africa.

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The Amish are very spiritual and morally set in the ways of their faith. Sadie Detweiler, courted by Harlan Mast, finds she is pregnant.

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Katie Beiler, a young Amish woman living in Blue Ball, Pennsylvania, is at a crossroads in her life. Her twin, Hannah left their homestead to become "English" and live in New York City.

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“Clearly, Cherise Wolas is not yet in the ranks of our foremost literary fiction writers—but she can be one day.

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Atia Abawi, a journalist and an Afghan refugee who made it to Germany as a child, has written a deeply gripping and affecting novel about the global refugee crisis that continues across Europe toda

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Firefly Cove reaches inside our hearts and allows us to confront our deepest fears concerning love, death, and solitude.

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Turkey in the modern world is a diverse, complicated, and struggling nation, one that Shafak again masterfully depicts in her new novel Three Daughters of Eve. However, not just content to

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Ruby Namdar’s ambitious, multidimensional, and beautifully written first novel, second book, and first book translated into English The Ruined House (Habayit Asher Neherav

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Seventy-four years ago, nine years before the publication of The Second Sex and 20 years before The Feminine Mystique, a male Turkish communist novelist created a fictional femini

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“For Two Thousand Years by Mihail Sebastian is a hidden gem in European literature, shining a light on what happened in Romania between the wars.”

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Forest Dark, Nicole Krass’ fourth and most interior, introspective, cerebral, and autobiographical novel to date, is about two Jewish-American characters.

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"uneven as a work of literature, but its ideas are worth engaging."

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