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Book of the Week: Strange Bodies by Marcel Theroux

 Strange Bodies a literary thriller about identity and horror comes from Marcel Theroux (Far North). The Guardian said that Strange Bodies exhibits “a capaciousness of imagination and sympathy: its exploration of human vulnerability, the notion that consciousness may be no more than “a trick of the light”, is moving as well as thought-provoking, as elegiac as […]

Book of the Week: Under the Wide and Starry Sky

The author of Loving Frank takes a fictionalized look at the relationship between Fanny Van de Grift Osbourn and author Robert Louis Stevenson. From Nancy Horan, New York Times bestselling author of Loving Frank, comes her much-anticipated second novel, which tells the improbable love story of Scottish writer Robert Louis Stevenson and […]

Book of the Week: Red Rising by Pierce Brown

Young adult novels seem to have the market cornered on dystopian novels which makes Pierce Brown’s debut novel Red Rising something of anomaly. Set in a future where social castes are color coded Red Rising is a an adult-targeted dystopian novel about revenge and justice. “I live for the dream that my […]