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By Helga Weiss - By Neil Bermel (trans.) -
Having read only a small amount about Terezin, a ghetto/concentration camp where many Jews spent time during the war, I was intrigued ...Read Review
By Julie Klassen -
Emma Smallwood works with her father at their small male academy, content as long as she has her beloved books to keep her ...Read Review
By Elizabeth Wilhide -
Published 2012Published 2013
Ashenden, the delightful debut novel from Elizabeth Wilhide, traces the life of a beautiful English house from the time of its building in ...Read Review
By Mary Beth Keane -
I always know when an historical novel is exceptionally well done because it pushes me to learn more about the subject on my ...Read Review
By John Blake -
The Titanic Pocketbook: A Passenger’s Guide is a slim little book chock full of information about the great ship. Written as though ...Read Review
By Mary Casanova -
Sixteen-year-old Sadie Rose remembers very little of the time before she went to live with the Worthingtons at age five; she knows that ...Read Review
By Kenneth Oppel -
In this second book of The Apprenticeship of Victor Frankenstein series, we pick up not long after the death of Victor’s twin ...Read Review
By Paul Butler -
Titanic Ashes is a slim novel that takes place entirely over the course of a dinner at a fine restaurant in 1925, but don’...Read Review
By Tricia Goyer -
Amelia Gladstone is ready to find out what life holds for her in America, so along with her Aunt Neda, she boards the ...Read Review
By Andrew Wilson -
In the wealth of books published for the centenary of the sinking of the Titanic, most center on the tragedy itself and its ...Read Review
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