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Book Review: One of the Good Ones by Maika Moulite and Maritza Moulite

Synopsis: A shockingly powerful exploration of the lasting impact of prejudice and the indomitable spirit of sisterhood that will have readers questioning what it truly means to be an ally, from sister-writer duo Maika Moulite and Maritza Moulite, authors of Dear Haiti, Love Alaine. ISN'T BEING HUMAN ENOUGH? When teen social activist and history buff… Continue reading Book Review: One of the Good Ones by Maika Moulite and Maritza Moulite

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Book Review: The Sun Does Shine by Anthony Ray Hinton

Synopsis: A powerful, revealing story of hope, love, justice, and the power of reading by a man who spent thirty years on death row for a crime he didn't commit. “An amazing and heartwarming story, it restores our faith in the inherent goodness of humanity.” - Archbishop Desmond Tutu In 1985, Anthony Ray Hinton was… Continue reading Book Review: The Sun Does Shine by Anthony Ray Hinton

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Book Review: The Blind by A.F. Brady

Synopsis: Sam James has spent years carefully crafting her reputation as the best psychologist at Typhlos, Manhattan's most challenging psychiatric institution. She boasts the highest success rates with the most disturbed patients, believing if she can't save herself, she'll save someone else. It's this savior complex that serves her well in helping patients battle their… Continue reading Book Review: The Blind by A.F. Brady

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Book Review: Then She Was Gone by Lisa Jewell

Synopsis: THEN She was fifteen, her mother's  golden girl. She had her whole life ahead of her.  And then, in the blink of an eye, Ellie was gone.  NOW  It’s been ten years since Ellie  disappeared, but Laurel has never given up  hope of finding her daughter. And then one day a charming and charismatic… Continue reading Book Review: Then She Was Gone by Lisa Jewell

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Book Review: The House of Closed Doors by Jane Steen

Synopsis: In Nell Lillington's small Midwestern town of the 1870s, marriage is the obvious fate of a young woman of some social standing. Yet Nell is determined to elude the duties and restrictions of matrimony. So when she finds herself pregnant at the age of 17, she refuses to divulge the name of the father… Continue reading Book Review: The House of Closed Doors by Jane Steen