Danielle Steel’s ‘All That Glitters’ is a Parable for Our Time [REVIEW]

Sometimes we are too easily distracted by the flash. (Photo courtesy Canva)

Growing up, she had it all. Parents who loved her. A privileged life. And dreams as big as the sky. But just when she is about to begin living the life she’s always planned for, the world she knows changes with an explosive, blinding flash of light and suddenly she has to grow up very quickly. Will the lessons her parents taught her be enough to help her navigate her future? Find out in Danielle Steel’s new bestseller, All That Glitters.

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Two Women Learn the Importance of Sisterhood in Robyn Carr’s ‘Sunrise on Half Moon Bay’ [REVIEW]

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Two sisters. Two lives. When their circumstances change, will they be able to bridge a two decade gap and find the strength they both desperately need in one another despite their differences? Find out in Robyn Carr’s Sunrise on Half Moon Bay.

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Alison Hammer’s ‘You and Me and Us’ Plucks at Our Heartstrings and Fuels Us with Hope [REVIEW]

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One family will spend one last summer at their favorite beach as they struggle to reconnect before life changes forever. (Photo by Canva)

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A workaholic mom. A doting dad. A teenage daughter making plans for the future. Life as usual is busy and complicated, filled with school and jobs and the day-to-day challenges of family. When an unexpected piece of news throws a wrench in all their lives, it tests  their mettle and the strength of their familial bond. How will they navigate life once the rug has been pulled out from under their feet? Find out in Alison Hammer’s debut novel, You and Me and Us. Read more of this post

‘Brother,’ Can You Spare Some Empathy? [REVIEW]

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David Chariandy’s Brother throbs with life, in part due to the music that permeates it. (Photo courtesy Canva)

A mother’s sacrifice. One girl’s ambitions. Two brothers’ dreams. And the act of violence that will change each of their lives forever. Discover why David Chariandy’s Brother has become one of the most beloved novels of our time. 

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‘Invisible As Air’ Takes A Hard Look At Opioid Addiction [REVIEW]

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A desperate housewife learns to deal with life her own way. (Photo courtesy Canva)

A loving mother. A painful memory. A little cheat. Will her method of dealing with the past be her saving grace or become her private hell? Find out in Zoe Fishman’s insightful new drama, Invisible As Air.  Read more of this post