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14 books you could read in the time it takes to watch the Super Bowl | The Rundown | PBS NewsHour | PBS
Who Fears Death: this beautiful, haunting, and artfully told story pulled me into a world full of magic and would not let me go. It is a story of a heroin (or heroins if you count her mother... which you should) who makes the greatest heroes of legend look flat and unimpressive. Unique and Beautiful!
Reading Full Dark, No Stars right now. Just half way through the first story and already can't put it down. And I've been told by all the ladies in my family that is only gets better. Men don't be afraid - we are ladies who like vulgar literature.
Room is like no other book I have ever read. This emotionally powerful story of young Jack and his mother who are held in captivity for seven years is both a heart-wrenching testament to the power of the love between a mother and child and a riveting story of overcoming horrible circumstances. Emma Donohue has written one of those rare books that you will remember reading your entire life, as you will be altered by the experience.
ARCHANGEL'S ENIGMA by Nalini Singh -- New York Times bestselling author Nalini Singh returns to her world of dark passion and immortal power—and to one of the most seductive and impenetrable heroes ever to stalk the Guild Hunter landscape…
This gripping tale explores ever-timely topics—violence-as-entertainment and rule-by-intimidation—and through Katniss holds out the possibility of change. —The Washington Post