At one point in this steely cold but effective novel by Emma Cline, someone asks Alex, the young female protagonist: “Why are you like this?”
“Reading this novel is intimate, uncomfortably so at moments, but that intimacy is a gift. . . .
“A nuanced, absorbing, and perhaps definitive story of the last weeks of World War II.”
Japan was unwilling to surrender.
“As war rages in Eastern Europe and war clouds gather in the western Pacific, The New Makers of Modern Strategy is especially timely and relevant to today’s world.”
“Aundi Kolber’s Strong Like Water is an excellent resource for Christians, and those who don’t mind Christian theology, to find greater compassion for themselves and others . .
“When the Missouri Ran Red is fast-paced and action-packed, and while rich with detail the narrative never bogs down in the specifics.”
“Ramesses the Great is an authoritative work by one of the great authorities on the subject of Ancient Egypt.”
“Because Mason places the killer and his excuses openly among his protagonists, and the threats to Field and his family are menacing and time-linked . .
"Children deserve better than this and so does philosophy."
“provides a wonderful balance of narrative history with personal recollections, examining both sides . . .
“Weaver has a knack for tying up her readers with thin threads of clues—just enough to let the reader unwind and believe they know what the outcome is, only to be tied up again in a new cha
“Each story provides a unique cast of characters and distinctly different plots, each offers a gentle portrait of people and society.