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Cover of Make Me Fall by Sara Rider, a man and a woman with their foreheads touching, looking very cosy 0

Book Review: Make Me Fall by Sara Rider

This is the second book in Sara Rider’s Books and Brews series, after Real Kind of Love which was a light, sweet fake relationship story.  Both can be read as stand-alone novels.   Like...

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Book Review: The Displaced

The Displaced by Viet Thanh Nguyen is a book of essays by refugee writers. These essays give a voice to the individuals in the burgeoning refugee crisis, specifically in reaction to Trump’s anti-refugee policies....

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Review: The Yes Brain

The Yes Brain: How to Cultivate Courage, Curiosity, and Resilience in Your Child By Daniel J. Siegel and Tina Payne Bryson “…[B]ehavior is communication. And problematic behavior is actually a message, where our kids...

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Review: How to Think by Alan Jacobs

BOOK REVIEW: HOW TO THINK By Alan Jacobs This short book (156 pages) is a tonic for those of us overwhelmed by political opinions on social media. Its subtitle, “A Survival Guide for a...

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Review: Bluebird, Bluebird by Attica Locke

I had to read this book after hearing an interview with the author where she discussed being from Texas, and her ambivalence about the state. She now lives in California, but thinks of Texas...

Review: Manhattan Beach 0

Review: Manhattan Beach

After Anna Kerrigan’s gangster father disappears, she comes of age during WWII and begins a career as a diver working on warships but her father’s seedy legacy lingers on in her life. Jennifer Egan’s...