Category Archives: Fiction

The Jaguar’s Children By John Vaillant (224)

This novel is gripping and very rich as well as lyrical. It is a wonderful work of fiction where you will feel glued to each page until the whole book is read from beginning to end. Hector, a young Mexican … Continue reading

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Everybody has Everything By Katrina Onstad (223)

This story tackles many different topics and Katrina has such a talent of weaving each one of them right into the heart of her story so that the reader is drawn right into the middle of the angst and drama … Continue reading

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The Afterlife of Stars by Joseph Kertes (213)

This story is hopeful, daring, life-affirming account that focuses on revolution and family, and a country lost and lives remade. I usually love stories like this. And this one did not disappoint. I was attracted to the book by the … Continue reading

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Today I Learned It Was You By Edward Riche (212)

This is another story that is right out of my genre reading. However, it is a book that was recommended to me by one of the librarians. So, I decided to try it out, and I was very happy I … Continue reading

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The Bear by Claire Cameron (211)

This is a story that will keep you on the edge of your seat turning the pages faster and faster as the book progresses. I just loved the story, despite the fact that this is not usually the type of … Continue reading

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Ellen in Pieces By Caroline Adderson (198)

thoroughly enjoying my sojourn into authors from Vancouver. They are truly talented, and they have a unique of writing that really captures my imagination and resonates with me. So, after reading a lot of Molly Peacock’s books, I now decided … Continue reading

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Kay’s Lucky Coin Variety By Ann Y. K. Choi (191)

The title of this novel really intrigued me. So, when I saw it on the shelf of my library, I decided to read it. Mary, named Yu-Rhee at birth, is a Korean girl growing up with her brother above her … Continue reading

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