The Orenda is set in 16th century at the time of the French priests coming to Huronia. A no spoiler review by Wendy Jackson. John Boyne — A History of Loneliness. John Boyne — The Dare. Danny Delaney and his father are left to pick up the pieces of their fractured family after Mrs Delaney accidentally hits a small boy with her car leaving him in a coma. Ray Bradbury — Fahrenheit In a world where books are banned, anyone caught has all their possessions burned to the ground. Ray Bradbury — Dandelion Wine. Set in the summer of , Dandelion Wine is the tale of a young boy named Douglas Spaulding.
Bradbury brings together a treasure trove of short stories, from love to supernatural there is something for everyone within the pages of this collection. Explore the southern truths in these insightful and humorous essays written over a decade. Braithwaite — To Sir With Love. To Sir With Love is a classis post-war novel about a teacher overcoming racism and prejudice in the classroom. Still as relevant today as ever. Is blood really thicker than water? Marcus Breathnach — Were Inc. A search team gets more than they bargain for when arriving in Eiru, Vampires and Werewolves are just a few of the dangers they face on their mission to restore power.
Dermot Breen — The Edge. With the devastating loss of his wife to Cancer Dermot was determined to take a 1,km pilgrimage to raise funds for Cancer research. Peter V. Brett — The Painted Man. Douglas Brinkley — American Moonshot. Take a giant leap. Jamel Brinkley — A Lucky Man.
A collection of short stories following nine black men or boys in their life experiences and relationships, each shaped by their race, gender and background. When Helen Graham and her son move into Windfell Hall she soon gains the attention of Gilbert Markham, but as she becomes the object of local gossip Gilbert is forced to reconsider his relationship with this reclusive woman. Angelique De Xavia hunts down a unique thief, but if she catches him will he end up in jail or in her embrace? Isabelle Broom — A Year and a Day.
A winter-warming, romance novel full of unexpected twists and turns. Head to the historic Prague, follow the characters through the ups and downs of their relationships, and make your heart ache with wanderlust. Dan Brown — Inferno. Dan Brown — Origin. Edmond Kirsch, a forty year old billionaire presents high-tech inventions and audacious predictions which have made him a renowned global figure.
Liam Brown — Broadcast. Taking the lead role in a revolutionary new online show seemed like a great idea, but with his every thought, feeling and memory being broadcasted David Callow soon felt like a prisoner of his own mind. Award winning Taylor Brown shares a world of dark secrets in the high country of s North Carolina. June Elbus, a fourteen year old girl can only be herself around her uncle, godfather and best friend Finn Weiss. Detective Erika Foster is on the case of woman found beneath a sheet of ice in a London park but as her last case resulted in the death of a loved one will she be able to hold herself together and stop the killer from striking again?
Bill Bryson — One Summer: America Tanya Bullock — Homecoming. Tom returns home from the devastating aftermath of war to Rosie, but as events unfold can their love keep them together, or will the secretes hanging over their relationship push them apart? Michael Bunker — Brother, Frankenstein. Dr Alexander abducts a dying eleven year old Amish boy with autism named Frank Miller, he combines Frank with HADroid, an almost indestructible military grade cyborg. John Buntin — L. A no spoiler review from Colin Ricketts.
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Through the eyes of Bill we travel from New York to a drug and sex soaked retreat in Tangiers in this narcotic soaked nightmarish haze. Making the Most of your Teenage Years is a life guide, lean how to invest in yourself, build relationships based on respect and set realistic goals for your future. Nickolas Butler — Shotgun Lovesongs. With a secret brought to light, will these five long time friends be pulled apart or come out stronger than ever? No spoiler review by Kerri Beany Foulks. Paranormal romance from Jane Cable brings the Faerie Tree to live.
James M Cain — Double Indemnity. Double Indemnity is a classic noir suspense novel, first published in but still relevant and enjoyable today says reading addict Lee Bridge. Luca Caioli — Messi Vs Ronaldo. Alan Campbell — Scar Night. This guidebook is for the new breed of women who are here to bright the dark of the world. These women are modern day lightworkers who bring us into the age of light. Sold into indentured servitude as a child Phedre no Delaunay is chosen to forever experience pleasure and pain as one.
When Phedre stumbles upon a plot that threatens the very foundations of her homeland she must act! No spoiler review by Rowan Jones. A Carlyon — Gallipoli. Reviewed here by prolific reviewer Campbell McAulay. Gail Carriger — Waistcoats and Weaponry. Sidheag is heading home with Sophronia and gang who are going along for the ride in this award winning steam punk fiction. James Carroll — The Cloister. By the national, award winning James Carroll, writes about how a love story has an impact on a modern priest and a holocaust survivor.
Aimee Carter — Pawn. Would you give anything to be a VII? Be aware this review contains some spoilers. She also loves fast driving. But will they survive a brutal race around the continent; over roads no car has dared to face. Alison Case — Nelly Dean. Elaine Castillo — America is Not the Heart. America is not the heart is the tale of three generations of women from one immigrant family trying to make sense of the home they left behind with the life they are building in the USA.
Francesca Cay — The Scars of Spring. Can you unravel the mystery concealed within the words?
Perfect for children and adults this book will get your mind working as well as inform and entertain. This quiz structured book shows Indian cinema over a hundred years. No spoiler review by Danob N. This is her confession. Noelle commits suicide. When sorting through her things, her best friends Tara and Emerson, find a letter. Centuries after the last humans left Earth, the Exodus Fleet is a living relic, a place where many are from but few outsiders have seen. Humanity has finally been accepted into the galactic community. Bryn Chancellor — Sycamore.
Five expert authors have created the most exhaustive and precise account of the struggle of Indian independence. Emma Chapman — The Last Photograph. Linda Chapman — Sky Horses. Erin had never believed that she had magic powers until one day when Erin Looks up into the clouds and saw a herd of magic horses! Erin discovers that she is a weather weaver with magical powers, and sky horses need her help.
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Join our heroine, Morgaine, and her loyal companion Nhi Vanye i Chy in this time-traveling epic. Reviewed by Campbell McAulay. Lee Child — The Hard Way. Zuni Chopra — The House that Spoke. Fourteen year old Zoon Razden has a deep connection with magic, the house she lives in also has a connection to magic along with everything inside, and when a dark power returns to the house Zoon must retake her place as the Guardian of her home. Agatha Christie — Murder on the Orient Express. Agatha Christie — Death on the Nile. With an alien civilization planning on invading Earth groups form to either welcome and help the invaders or fight for survival.
Tom Clancy — Red Storm Rising. Debt of Honor is the 8th books in the Jack Ryan universe and follows an influential Japanese industrialist set on bringing chaos to the USA. The Classic Science Fiction novel set in three time zones revolves around the monoliths, the first found on earth that gave ape-men the inspiration to evolve. Wendy Clarke — What She Saw.
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This psychological thriller about the relationship between a mother and her daughter is set in the beautiful landscape of The Lake District. Tom Clavin — Wild Bill. Chanel Cleeton — Next year in Havana. Spanning from to , this novel follows the family ties between Marisol Ferrera and her grandmother as Marisol acts on her relatives final wishes, for her ashes to be scattered in her birth country. A tale of family secrets, lessons of courage and the weight of sacrifice. Jennifer Clement — Gun Love. Gun Love is a powerful tale of family, communities and violence.
Andrew Clements — Frindle. This best selling childhood classic is a quirky and imaginative tale about creative thoughts and the power of words. Jonathan Clements — The Silk Road. Clements takes us on a journey from the edges of the Mediterranean to the central plains of China, with all the rich history in between including languages, literature and art. Zinzi Clemmons — What We Lose. Thandi never felt that she belonged anywhere, as her mother battles with cancer Thandi searches for someone or something else to anchor her. Ernest Cline — Ready Player One. The late creator James Halliday hide three eggs within the Oasis, giving the finder complete ownership of all his fortune including the Oasis itself.
Debra Clopton — Betting on Hope. Maggie, an advice columnist, covers a televised interview with Tru Monahan. During the interview a bet is made, Tru must teach Maggie to ride a cutting horse well enough to compete in two months. Harlan Coben — Darkest Fear. Paulo Coelho — The Alchemist. Travelling from his homeland in Spain to the Egyptian desert, Santiago is on a quest to find buried treasure, will he be able to overcome the obstacles in his way? Paulo Coelho — Brida. Brida is another tale of magic from Paulo Coelho, author of The Alchemist and considered one of the best authors of the day.
Julie Cohen — Together. Julie Cohen — Louis and Louise. An intriguing exploration of gender and the butterfly effect of gendered socialisation, actions and life choices. Leonard Cohen — Beautiful Losers. Worthy of the title of classic thanks to its experimental nature, the eroticism of Beautiful Losers by Leonard Cohen is not for everyone, as our reviewer found.
This review contains some expletives. Seeing his ex girlfriend, Nick turns to the girl next to him Norah and asks her to be his girlfriend for five minutes, what follows is an all night adventure. Eoin Colfer — Ironman: The Gauntlet. Tony Stark, the invincible Iron Man attends an international eco-summit when someone close to him makes him question his role in making the world a more dangerous place with his high tech weaponry, but before he makes a decision an old enemy is set to assassinate all the eco-ministers along with Iron Man himself.
Mike Collier — Baltic Byline. Suzanne Collins — The Hunger Games. Katniss Everdeen is one of 24 tributes to enter the hunger games in a fight to the death, even the environment is against the competitors. Suzanne Collins — Catching Fire. Contains Spoilers! Suzanne Collins — Mockingjay. Katniss is no longer within the confines of the hunger games, but the fight for survival is far from over.
Tim Collins — Diary of a Wimpy Vampire. As reviewed by Isabel, aged 8. Wilkie Collins — The Woman in White. Art teacher Walter Hartright has been offered the job of teaching two woman at Limmeridge House but before leaving for the house he takes a midnight walk and meets a mysterious woman in white. Carlo Collodi — Pinocchio. James Comey — A Higher Loyalty.
Former FBI director James Comey shares his vivid experiences from some of the highest-stakes situations of his career in the past two decades of American government. Comley — Dubious Justice. Dubious Justice is the eleventh novel in the Justice Series by Mel Comley, but our reviewer Claire Knight says it stands perfectly well alone too.
Comley — Wrong Place. The first in the Sally Parker series with side kick D. S Jack Blackman, in this serial killer, crime thriller. Isabelle Connors — The Introduction. Robin Cook — Abduction. A phenomenon at the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean is about to change everything we know about life on Earth. Emma Cooper — The Songs of Us. The Songs of Us is a charming novel by Emma Cooper, a funny, touching heartbreaking novel of love, loss and what it means to be a family.
Morning Shade Mystery book 1 sees M. Diamond overcoming her writers block by investigating burglaries where homes get redecorated. No spoiler review by Teresa M. Amanda Coplin — The Orchardist. William Talmadge takes in two pregnant runaway teenage girls, this act of kindness will change his life forever. Jim Corbett gives insight into the life of a huntsman, as he protects the community in which he lives and works.
Jim Corbett — Man-eaters of Kumaon. Jim Corbett offers ten fascinating tales of hunting tigers in the Indian Himalayas in a bygone era of big-game hunting. Bernard Cornwell — Fools and Mortals. In western times how would you figure out which identical twin is alive after killing the other? Ranger Sam Burrack has this problem to solve, with a stolen shipment of gold in the mix this western novel is action packed.
Catherine Coulter — The Penwyth Curse. Darrielle Cresswell — Spilling Ink. A beautiful collection of poetry from newly published poet, Darrielle Cresswell. Lovely book, lovely poems, lovely everything! Highly recommended. Take a look into the world of the Fey through the eyes of Nivienne, the daughter of the lady of the lake, set in the time of Merlin and Arthur. Contains spoilers. Justin Cronin — The Passage. Charles R. Cross — Heavier Than Heaven. Sarah Crossan — Resist. After starting a rebellion, Bea, Alina and Quinn are thrown out of the pod which is one of the only paces with oxygen.
The three must travel to Sequoia, a base of resistance but with a special Forces operative pursuing them. Kevin Crossley-Holland — Norse Myths. Norse myths are as exciting to read as they are of vast cultural and historical importance. Featuring gods and goddesses, heroes and monsters, battles and couplings, this series of intertwined tales form a strange and fantastical world. Blake Crouch — Dark Matter. Irving Crump — Boy Scout Stories. Dark, painful memories will always flood back to haunt you. Alan Cumming hoped to solve the mystery of his maternal grandfathers disappearance that had long cast sorrow over his family.
Clive Cussler — Pacific Vortex. Action writer Clive Cussler puts together a stormer of an adventure with Pacific Vortex. Reviewed here by Reading Addict Lee Bridge. Gordan Black and Megan Maurice live on the same planet at very different times, but what is there connection? In a world where eating meat has become not only a human right but a sacred duty, what happens to those who question the nature of the food source? The townsfolk are hungry. Kennedy, Wynkin De Worde. D, Trafford Publishing. Davis, Danbury Publishing.
Gordon, Thinking Organized Press. Severens, University of South Carolina Press. Dixon, Inkwater Press. Hummel, photographs by Tamra L. Pettit, Peace Photographics, Inc. Crisler, Cherry Castle Publishing. McKenney, CreateSpace.
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There are meetings to attend, memos to write, colleagues to undermine. Kennedy traces the ripple effects of the news at the Tank as it impacts spouses, children, and lovers. Months later, at the Torture Rehabilitation Center in Copenhagen, the Chilean exile befriends Michela Ibsen, herself a survivor of domestic abuse. In the long nights of summer, the two of them struggle to heal, to forgive those who have left them damaged, and to trust themselves to love. This collection comprises a quintet of essays by Kennedy that were originally published in New Letters magazine of the University of Missouri, Kansas City.
Three of the essays also received honorable mention in the Pushcart Prize , and one was republished in the anthology, New American Essays. Riding the Dog opens with a Foreword by the Editor of New Letters, Robert Stewart, who discusses the craft of the essays and their literary value.
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The book also includes an Introduction by the author, discussing the pleasures for a fiction writer of taking up creative nonfiction. This book is also available in specialized audio format for eligible patrons of the National Library Service of the Library of Congress. What do writers do to eat and live while they write? This collection of essays offers 20 sample solutions. This collection includes a story which won first prize in the Gulf Coast competition, and several stories that received other awards, including honorable mention in the Pushcart Prize and Best American Short Stories.
Twenty-four essays which guide the reader through less-traveled paths of the world, following in the footsteps of greater writers before them, from Dublin to Ljubjana, Paris to Prague, Helsinki to Zurich, to the Greek islands and beyond. A ten-year project by Kennedy, consisting of four independent novels about the seasons and souls of the Danish capital, each written in a different style, all published by Wynkin de Worde Publishers in Ireland from through — and released in new editions to a worldwide audience by Bloomsbury USA and UK beginning in The novels can be read separately or together, in any particular order.
The four-volume series was also the subject of a DVD documentary film produced by Harper College in and screened in various universities and art houses in the U. Please be sure to visit The Copenhagen Quartet website for more information. The author speaks from his heart about the art and the craft and the spirit of learning to become a fiction writer, and getting the stuff published. A special anthology issue of The Literary Review , with essays by 22 writers about the life behind the writing.
A special anthology issue of The Literary Review , with poems by 30 poets, along with essays on how they came to compose the poem in question. A special anthology issue of The Literary Review , with stories by 13 writers, followed by essays on how they came to write the story that appears in the anthology.
Eight stories, including an O. Henry Award winner, and several cited for honorable mention in the Pushcart Prize annual.