Are you willingly to give up your vote for a better future for America? After you read this 369-page novel, the answer may not be rhetorical.
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Days of Iron by Russell Proctor is just the adventure novel you need to invigorate the pleasure of reading and escape into your vacation.
Would you ever want to be immersed as a member of a culture that was systematically persecuted and maligned through the ages? That is what Treslove wants, the main character of Howard Jacobson’s 2010 Man Booker Prize Winner The Finkler Question.
How to Read the Air by Dinaw Mengestu is a skillfully written book that is like eating candy for an avid reader.
The hesitation and trial of being a scientist whose findings challenged traditional thought is found in Charles and Emma: The Darwins’ Leap of Faith by Deborah Heiligman.
Part one of John Dos Passos USA Trilogy, The 42nd Parallel, offers the modern reader a caustic and human journey into the struggle of the American working class, as it was in early part of the 20th century, and remarkably, today as well.
A rewarding, morally questioning journey, you will find yourself literally praying for the protagonists to defy the sad and irrationally tragic lives that are inevitable. A Fine Balance is well worth the intellectual effort.