Chris Babu’s ‘The Insurrection’ is the Perfect Read for Self Quarantine [REVIEW]

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Welcome to New America. (Photo courtesy Canva)

The world as we know it is over. In its place has arisen a New America. The new regime challenges its citizens in ways they never thought possible. And now the fate of the world is in the hands of our youth, and a small group of teens will do anything necessary to reveal deeply entrenched secrets. Enter a fascinating—but dangerous—dystopian world, as only author Chris Babu could imagine it. Read more of this post

Justice Gets A New Look in Claire O’Dell’s ‘The Hound of Justice’ [REVIEW]

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Dr. Watson has a new look in Claire O’Dell’s new take on the classic series. (Photo by Stéphanie Vaudry, Flickr)

America is at war with itself. Racial tensions are higher than ever. And the longtime sidekick to one of fiction’s greatest sleuths is now the female protagonist in Claire O’Dell’s futuristic re-imagining of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s brilliant Sherlock Holmes stories. Except in The Hound of Justice, that legendary series has been turned on its head.  Read more of this post

Nora Roberts’ ‘Of Blood and Bone’ Celebrates Girl Power [REVIEW]

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A young girl races toward her future in Nora Roberts’ Of Blood and Bone. (Photo by Canva)

A pandemic wiped out billions. Those who remained fought valiantly to survive. Now one young girl must prepare to lead them all toward redemption. Welcome to Nora Robert’s enthralling second installment in her Chronicles of the One trilogy, Of Blood and Bone. Read more of this post