The Truth as Told by Mason Buttle by Leslie Connor

The awesome: Leslie Connor slays her character portrayals. Her characters are so well-rounded and well-developed that they have a life of their own. I could hang out with Mason and his crazy almost-sister and steal cookies from the kitchen or help grandma with dinner. I feel like I know them.


Robot Dreams by Sara Varon

Sara Varon's Robot Dreams is heartbreakingly touching. I'm sitting here in a coffee shop trying to get past the rainy-day-feeling the book left in my soul, but I cant.


Space Boy by Stephen McCranie

Stephen McCranie’s Space Boy is nothing short of astounding. It’s a lovely pastry consisting of, buttery-rich characters, sweet and tart adolescence, a heaping scoop of loss and longing, all stirred together before being folded into thick sheets of science fiction.



Of Mice and Men is John Steinbeck's story about a pair of down-and-out men reaching for their own version of heaven: a place of their own. You know the story.…


The Three Thieves

Scott Chantler's Three Thieves [saga] is a tale about a young girl's quest to find her brother, but, that's like saying the ocean has a bit of bio-diversity. He skillfully…


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