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Fiction
Sunny Solomon

Firmin

Don’t let the “cutesy” cover of Firmin fool you. Sam Savage’s first novel by is just about everything a serious reader, or a reader with

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Nonfiction
Ann Ronald

Trainwreck

Trainwreck: The Women We Love to Hate, Mock, and Fear . . . and Why Trainwrecks, Sady Doyle metaphorically muses, are women who have lost

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Nonfiction
Sheila Sobell

Why I Am Not a Feminist

WHY I AM NOT A FEMINIST Like veteran news anchorman Howard Beale in the 1976 film Network, Jessa Crispin is “mad as hell,” and she’s

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Fantasy/Sci-Fi
Sunny Solomon

Cloud Atlas

David Mitchell is a wonder. I’m not even sure where to begin, except to say he is a wonder. Cloud Atlas is unlike any other

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Mystery
Sunny Solomon

Kismet

If it ever stops raining and snowing up here in the Sierra, Jakob Arjouni’s terrific crime novel, Kismet, will be right near the top of

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