The Friend Zone by Abby Jimenez

Kristen Peterson doesn’t do drama, will fight to the death for her friends, and has no room in her life for guys who just don’t get her. She’s also keeping a big secret: facing a medically necessary procedure that will make it impossible for her to have children. Planning her best friend’s wedding is bittersweet […]

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“Truly Devious” Maureen Johnson

If you thought the worst part about going to a secluded school in Vermont would be the lack of cell phone reception and the overabundance of maple syrup, you would be wrong. True crime fanatic Stevie Bell is set to start her first year at the prestigious Ellingham Academy. However, while her peers focus on […]

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“The Flatshare” by Beth O’Leary

When London book publisher Tiffy finally decides to cut ties with her toxic ex-boyfriend she needs a new apartment fast, and she’s just desperate enough to consider a flatshare. Her new roommate, Leon, works at night, and she works during the day, so they can both live in the apartment, even sleep in the same […]

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Midnight in Chernobyl by Adam Higginbotham

I recently watched the Chernobyl HBO miniseries and immediately wanted to learn more about the catastrophic nuclear reactor meltdown. Having been born just a month before, I obviously wasn’t aware of what happened, and I was never taught about the incident in school so I knew very little about Chernobyl. Midnight in Chernobyl by Adam […]

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“Leonardo Da Vinci” by Walter Isaacson

Leonardo Da Vinci (1452-1519) is a man that I knew well as an artist, architect and engineer, but his life was little known to me.  In this biography by Walter Isaacson, I discovered a man of the renaissance before his time, a curious mind who laid down the foundations of many areas of science, and who’s […]

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