The Immortals by Jordanna Max Brodsky

Greek gods live amongst us, walking the streets of New York City as shadows of their former selves. Artemis, now known as Selene DiSilva, is a private investigator. She specializes in crimes against women. One day when walking her dog, Selene comes across the ritually slaughtered body of a Columbia professor. The discovery awakens a […]

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“S.” by J.J. Abrams and Doug Dorst

In this innovative novel, film producer J.J. Abrams gives readers several different layers of stories. First, the book: The Ship of Theseus is the last of the brilliant and contested works by the shadowy V.M. Straka. The author: scholars have debated and searched for decades to find out who the mysterious Straka really was and […]

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“Just One Damned Thing After Another” by Jodi Taylor

St Mary’s Institute of Historical Research is not what it appears on the surface. Time Travel is not their favorite phrase for what they do but St Mary’s recruits like Madeleine Maxwell (Max) are not concerned with the “how” or “what” of it. The fondly known “disaster magnets” of St Mary’s travel through time to […]

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Wonder Woman: Warbringer by Leigh Bardugo

A teenage Diana Prince witnesses an explosion off the coast of her home island Themyscira and swims out to investigate. She rescues teen Alia from drowning and brings her to shore; however, Alia’s presence (she’s mortal) on the island causes things to go haywire – Amazons are becoming sick, earthquakes, and more. Diana visits the […]

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“The Readers of Broken Wheel Recommend” by Katarina Bivald

Have you ever felt like you just didn’t fit in your life?  That’s how Sara feels about her dull and unfulfilling life in Sweden, especially after she is laid off from her job in a bookstore. She decides to do something foolish and impulsive, for once in her life, and travel half way around the […]

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