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Autobiography/Memoir
Sunny Solomon

New Life, No Instructions

One of the great pleasures of reading is to discover an author who knocks your socks off, not just with the first book read, but

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Fiction
Sunny Solomon

Ape House

For all you Sara Gruen fans who have been patiently waiting for her first novel since Water for Elephants, wait no longer.  Ape House is

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Fiction
Ann Ronald

The Girl Before

The Girl Before The first mystery to be solved: who is JP Delaney?  Before writing any book review, I generally check online to see what

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Autobiography/Memoir
Sunny Solomon

The Thanksgiving Visitor

My annual reading of Truman Capote’s beloved story of the spirit of giving is my bellwether that Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade cannot be far away.

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Fiction
Sunny Solomon

Sweeping Up Glass

Hang on folks, here comes the best read I’ve had this year. Carolyn Wall, an Oklahoma resident who has taught creative writing to children and

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Biography
Sunny Solomon

Unbroken

Hillenbrand is back with another gut wrenching, heart-stopping story of stamina, resilience and survival; but unlike her earlier bestseller, “Seabiscuit,” “Unbroken” tells the story of

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Return to Sender
Fiction
Sunny Solomon

Return to Sender

Julia Alvarez, the popular American novelist whose cultural roots are in the Dominican Republic, has once again turned her depth of insight and imagination to

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The Vagrants
Fiction
Sunny Solomon

The Vagrants

The Vagrants is Yiyun Li’s first novel. Her earlier book, A Thousand Years of Good Prayers, is a collection of short stories. The praise and

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Autobiography/Memoir
Sunny Solomon

let’s take the long way home

As a book reviewer whose least favorite genre is memoir, I raise my book-holding hands in surrender to Gail Caldwell’s let’s take the long way

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Fiction
Sunny Solomon

The Song is You

How can a novel make you feel old and nostalgically young at the same time? Pick up Arthur Phillips’ The Song is You and you’ll

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