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Book Review: Homegoing, by Yaa Gyasi (2017)

With its compelling and poignant narrative structure, Homegoing by Yaa Gyasi offers stunning explorations of slavery's legacy and the powerful bonds of family.

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Book Review: The Rules of Seeing, by Joe Heap (2018)

People often profess to love reading because books open their eyes to new ways of seeing and living in our world. This compelling debut novel by Joe Heap does exactly that, exploring what it means to see the world anew.

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Review: Social Creature, by Tara Isabella Burton (2018)

In Social Creature, Tara Isabella Burton invites us on a whirlwind ride through the decadent glamour of New York City’s young, elite circles. It’s a world so full of extravagance and artifice, all sense of reality slips; an experience taken further by the constant need to photograph and caption it all, to manufacture poses, scenarios… Continue reading Review: Social Creature, by Tara Isabella Burton (2018)

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The Colour of Bee Larkham’s Murder, by Sarah J. Harris (2018)

In this stunning addition to the literay landscape, Harris creates a tense and thrilling story that also captures her protagonist's experience with vivid, visceral, immersive detail.