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Cà Phê Đen by Sebastian Thach: Authentic Voice

Yearning to attract its expatriates home, Vietnam has officially changed Ho Chi Minh City to Saigon once again. Vietnam hopes to harness the talents, education, and creativity that four and a half million Việt Kiều accumulated over the years. Architect and real estate developer Jasper left Vietnam more than forty years ago and was eager […]

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“One Night in Hartswood” by Emma Denny: Beautiful Romance

Oxford 1360 When his sister’s betrothed vanishes the night before her politically arranged marriage, Raff Barden must track and return the elusive groom to restore his family’s honour. William de Foucart — known to his friends as Penn — had no choice but to abandon his fiancé, and with it his own earldom, when he

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“Traitor of Redwinter” by Ed McDonald: Unexpected Revelations

Traitor of Redwinter is the second in Ed McDonald’s Redwinter Chronicles, full of shady politics, militant monks, ancient powers… and a young woman navigating a world in which no one is quite what they seem. The power of the Sixth Gate grows stronger within Raine each day—to control it, she needs lessons no living Draoihn

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“An Inheritance of Magic” By Benedict Jacka: Compelling Worldbuilding

The super-rich control everything—including magic—in this thrilling and brilliant, contemporary fantasy from the author of the Alex Verus novels. The wealthy seem to exist in a different, glittering world from the rest of us. Almost as if by . . . magic. Stephen Oakwood is a young man on the edge of this hidden world.

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Donick Walsh and the Re-Set Button by Nathaniel Shea: Transformative and Sweet

Donick Walsh: king of the school bullies, secret dancer, closet-case. What’s to be done when a football injury means he can never play again? Dance in the school musical, of course! Not like he has a choice. Fingers crossed his father doesn’t find out! Enter Michael Penrose: theatre-kid, and Donick’s former best friend. For years

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