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Good Girls Don’t Die by Christina Henry: Incredibly Engaging

Celia wakes up in a house that’s supposed to be hers. There’s a little girl who claims to be her daughter and a man who claims to be her husband, but Celia knows this family—and this life—is not hers… Allie is supposed to be on a fun weekend trip—but then her friend’s boyfriend unexpectedly invites […]

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Joy Ride: Joy, Laughter, and Friendship

When I watched the trailer, I knew this was one film I wanted to see. Female friends on a journey have been seen before but this film looked like it would be crazy fun. I also had seen Sherry Cola in “Good Trouble” and I knew that she was an incredibly funny actress.  When I

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Medusa’s Sisters by Lauren J. A. Bear: Enthralling and Complex

The end of the story is only the beginning… Even before they were transformed into Gorgons, Medusa, Stheno, and Euryale were unique among their immortal family. Curious about mortals and their lives, Medusa and her sisters entered the human world in search of a place to belong, yet quickly found themselves at the perilous center

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The Way Spring Arrives and other stories: collection by Yu Chen: Beautiful Diversity

In The Way Spring Arrives and Other Stories, you can dine at a restaurant at the end of the universe, cultivate immortality in the high mountains, watch roses perform Shakespeare, or arrive at the island of the gods on the backs of giant fish to ensure that the world can bloom. Written, edited, and translated

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“Where the Drowned Girls Go: Wayward Children, Book 7” by Seanan McGuire: Riveting

In Where the Drowned Girls Go, the next addition to Seanan McGuire’s beloved Wayward Children series, students at an anti-magical school rebel against the oppressive faculty. “Welcome to the Whitethorn Institute. The first step is always admitting you need help, and you’ve already taken that step by requesting a transfer into our company.” There is

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