Category Archives: Recommended Reading

The most important rule is not to fall in love.

Tom Hazard, may look like a normal forty-one-year-old, but he has been alive for centuries. Tom moves back to London in hopes for an ordinary life. He becomes a high school history teacher-a job perfect for someone who has witnessed … Continue reading

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Five women one question: What are women for?

In the imaginative novel, abortion is once again illegal in America, and the Personhood Amendment grants rights of life, liberty, and property to every embryo. Follow 5 very different women in the journey to navigate these new barriers, with age-old … Continue reading

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The search to achieve the American Dream: Book Reading on Thursday, April 26, 7 pm at Elliott Bay Book Co.

Mike Muñoz, has done a lot of waiting for something in his life to change. After high school he is still doing menial work and was just fired from his lawn boy gig. Mike knows to change his life he … Continue reading

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The Tragic effects of the American war and its aftermath

Teenager Varina Howell agrees to marry the older widower Jefferson Davis, as she expects to secure the life of a Mississippi landowner. Davis though has other plans and pursues a career in politics, and in turn is appointed as president … Continue reading

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The decision between gods and mortals…

In the house of Helios, god of the sun and mightiest of the Titans, a daughter is born. But Circe is a strange child: she doesn’t have the powers of her parents, so she turns to the world of mortals … Continue reading

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Evan Pano finds his voice in the world where he was always silent.

Seventeen-year-old Evan Pano’s strict, immigrant, Greek, mother only sees him as a disappointment and nothing else. His quiet, workaholic father is a believer in avoiding conflict. Lastly, his best friend, Henry, has become extremely attractive over the summer. Tired, isolated, … Continue reading

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If only she could remember what happened…

For Cassandra Bowden, hungover mornings are nothing new. She is a binge drinker, and since her job as a flight attendant makes it easy to find adventure, blackouts seem inevitable. She lives with her blackouts in partner with her self-loathing. … Continue reading

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The messages that may cause the end…

When Earth intercepts a message from the alien race named the Undying, chaos is insured. The message could be the solution humanity was looking for as the Undying’s technology could undo the environmental damage and save lives. The message leads … Continue reading

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Discover the truth behind the Hazel Wood…

Alice Proserpine has spent most of her seventeen years of life on the road with her mother, a step ahead of their bad luck. That is until Alice’s grandmother, an author of dark fairy tales, dies alone at her estate, … Continue reading

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The life in Los Angeles

It’s 1914.  Twenty-five-year-old Frances Marion left her second husband in order to go to Los Angeles, where she is determined to live independently and to make a career of being an artist. However, “flickers” –silent moving pictures- are the new … Continue reading

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