Editors' Choice

Isaiah’s Legacy: A Novel of Prophets and Kings

By Mesu Andrews - Published 2020



In a small village in Judah, a young girl, Shulle, lives a happy yet simple life with her gentle and sometimes strange father, ...Read Review

Blood’s Campaign

By Angus Donald - Published 2019



In this third volume of the series, Holcroft Blood, on the Williamite Campaign in Ireland in 1689-1690, is ready to unleash cannons on ...Read Review

Butterfly Yellow

By Thanhha Lai - Published 2019


Children/Young Adult

In Saigon, near the end of the Vietnam War, twelve-year-old Hằng went with her five-year-old brother, Linh, to missionaries who were taking ...Read Review

Things in Jars

By Jess Kidd - Published 2020



Red-haired, sharp-witted Bridie Devine is an interesting woman; she’s been a lot of things in her life, the latest of which is ...Read Review

Wolves of Eden

By Kevin McCarthy - Published 2019



The Dakota Territory in the American West in 1866 was a brutal place. The United States Army, swollen with hardened veterans of both sides ...Read Review

Lampedusa: A Novel

By Steven Price - Published 2019-09-17



Sicily, after the devastation of the Second World War. We are given the history of the last years of Giuseppe Tomasi, true-life author ...Read Review

How High the Moon

By Karyn Parsons - Published 2019


Children/Young Adult

What are the ingredients of a happy childhood? Karyn Parsons answers this question in her stunningly beautiful novel set in Clarendon County, South ...Read Review

Cilka’s Journey

By Heather Morris - Published 2019


Cilka Klein was a real woman who endured not only Auschwitz but also the Russian gulag: two of the most brutal places of ...Read Review

White Bird: A Wonder Story

By R. J. Palacio - Published 2019


Children/Young Adult

From the author of Wonder comes this moving and inspirational graphic novel—the author’s first foray into this genre—about the Holocaust. ...Read Review

Swallow’s Dance

By Wendy Orr - Published 2018


Children/Young Adult

Prolific children’s author Wendy Orr beckons us back 4,000 years to Minoan Greece, when mortals believed in many gods, and omens, prayer and ...Read Review

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