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Ten Thousand Doors of January by Alix E. Harrow

Ten Thousand Doors of January by Alix E. Harrow It's the beginning of the 20th Century and January has a good life but she just doesn't feel she fits in. She lives in Locke House with her guardian as her father travels the world bringing back treasures for Mr. Locke's archaeological society. She longs ... read more about Ten Thousand Doors of January by Alix E. Harrow

Something She’s Not Telling Us by Darcey Bell

Something She’s Not Telling Us by Darcey Bell Charlotte has the perfect life with a wonderful career, great husband and perfect young daughter. She knows she shouldn’t be anxious all the time. Compared to her childhood her current problems are relatively minor. Sure, she still worries about her brother Rocco. But Rocco is still ... read more about Something She’s Not Telling Us by Darcey Bell

The Second Sleep by Robert Harris

The Second Sleep by Robert Harris It is the Year of Our Risen Lord 1468 and a young priest, Christopher Fairfax, is sent by the Bishop to perform the funeral services for a parish priest in a small town in Wessex. This will be Christopher’s first funeral, first service of any kind, and he ... read more about The Second Sleep by Robert Harris

My Dark Vanessa by Kate Elizabeth Russell

My Dark Vanessa by Kate Elizabeth Russell Vanessa was a fifteen-year old aspiring poet when she met him at boarding school. Mr. Strane was twenty-seven years older but he understood her, he loved her, and she loved him. She was willing to do anything for him and even now, almost two decades later she ... read more about My Dark Vanessa by Kate Elizabeth Russell

The Braid by Laetitia Colombani

The Braid by Laetitia Colombani Smita is an untouchable in India. Her legacy passed down through all the women in her family is to clean dry latrines with her bare hands for rich families hoping for a bit of coin or handouts in return. She refuses to pass her legacy to her young daughter ... read more about The Braid by Laetitia Colombani

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