Eva Ulett


By Tara Sim - Published 2016


Children/Young AdultHistorical Fantasy

Seventeen-year-old Danny Hart is a recently graduated clock mechanic in an alternate England where every town’s local clock tower controls the fabric ...Read Review

Anton and Cecil: Cats Aloft

By Lisa Martin - By Valerie Martin - Published 2016


Children/Young Adult

Cat brothers Anton and Cecil are headed home after an adventure involving a missing mouse, when they arrive in Chicago during the World’...Read Review

The Dragon Round

By Stephen S. Power - Published 2016


Historical Fantasy

Jeryon is an experienced captain and loyal servant of powerful ship owners, in a fantasy world with a historical atmosphere. There are no ...Read Review

Manners & Mutiny: Finishing School, Book the Fourth

By Gail Carriger - Published 2015


AdventureChildren/Young Adult

Sophronia Temminnick and her particular friends are nearing the end of their careers at Mademoiselle Geraldine’s Finishing School. The proper Victorian establishment ...Read Review

Wreck of the Whale Ship Essex: The Complete Illustrated Edition

By Owen Chase - Published 2015



The primary narrative in Wreck of the Whale Ship Essex is the real-life account of the first mate of the vessel, Owen Chase. ...Read Review

World Gone By

By Dennis Lehane - Published 2015



World Gone By is 1940s World War II-era literary crime fiction. Ex-mob boss Joe Coughlin is indispensable to the Italian crime syndicate running ...Read Review

Captive Paradise: A History of Hawai’i

By James L. Haley - Published 2014



Captive Paradise presents a history of Hawai’i from the time of contact with Europeans via the famous voyage of Captain Cook, to ...Read Review

Commodore Levy: A Novel of Early America in the Age of Sail

By Irving Litvag - Published 2014


Biographical FictionNautical

This biographical novel chronicles the life of Uriah Phillips Levy, the first Jewish commander in the United States Navy. Born in Philadelphia in 1792, ...Read Review

Monsieur le Commandant

By Jesse Browner (trans.) - By Roman Slocombe - Published 2014



In World War II German-occupied France, Paul-Jean Husson, man of letters and member of the Académie Française, writes a long confessional ...Read Review


By Andrea Barrett - Published 2013


LiteraryShort Stories

The short stories in Archangel, set between the late 19th century and the start of World War II, illuminate human connections in scientific ...Read Review

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