Author Louise Gornall pulled from her own mental health experiences for “Under Rose-Tainted Skies,” adding an authenticity that literally throbs on the page.
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Sometimes you pick up a book that has the right elements but just doesn’t resonate. That was the case with E. Katherine Kottaras’ “The Best Possible Answer.”
Michaela MacColl is known for taking famous writers and putting them into mysteries — her most recent, “Secrets in the Snow” features Jane Austen.
I began “Moon Chosen” with a lot of hope. P.C. Cast is an author known for sweeping series. Unfortunately, “Moon Chosen” wasn’t for me, but it might be for you.
What would happen if all your memories disappeared every 12 years? What would you do? In Sharon Cameron’s “The Forgetting” those questions are answered.
I have little knowledge of the video game franchise Assassin’s Creed, but Matthew J. Kirby changed that with “Last Descendants,” which is based on the games.
“All We Have Left,” by Wendy Mills, is a deeply moving YA novel that tells the stories of two girls whose lives are greatly impacted by the Sept. 11 attacks.
What if Vlad the Impaler had been a woman? That’s the question Kiersten White explores in the Conquerors Saga. “And I Darken” is the first book in the trilogy.
“The Cresswell Plot,” by Eliza Wass, is beyond creepy. Not in a horror movie kind of way, but in a suspense, biting your fingers kind of way.