Starry River highlights the importance of stories and
story telling in defining who we are.
Why would anyone pick a
500+ page novel for leisure reading?
Nizam, a crippled Afghani woman, arrives at an American military base looking
for her brother Yusuf’s body, she sets off a chain of events that tests the
convictions of the soldiers.
protagonist of Juan Rader Bas’s Back
Kicks and Broken Promises is the stalwart Ricky Gilbert, the adopted Filipino
American son of two white Americans.
visits the theme of love in the age of the internet in her new novel, The Newlyweds.
of a Eurasian deals primarily with the story of Mo Mo, the daughter of a
half-Russian, half-Chinese music teacher and an unknown Chinese father.
The Red Chamber
will probably not be called a “masterpiece” like the classical text that inspired
it. However, it is an enjoyable read and a good introduction to those interested
in the original classic, The Story of the
Gods Without Men pushes
already dense topics to deeper, more personal and metaphysical realms.
I don’t read much of what could be
categorized as dick-lit, and the men in The Dead Do Not Improve are not overly sensitive,
politically correct, or even tactful.
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