Book mentions in this thread

  • Votes: 28

    The Fires of Treason

    by Michele Quirke

    Princess Elizabeth has always idolized and supported her older brother, but when Greg is accused of treason and banished, her loyalty to him is tested in ways she never could've imagined. As she leaves her luxurious lifestyle behind to join him in exile, she must learn to cope with the everyday struggles of the working class, all while keeping her true identity a secret. Facing new hardships and the looming threat of execution, Elizabeth will need to toughen up if she has any chance of surviving outside the palace walls.Prince Gregory spent his entire life trying to prove himself worthy of the crown until his banishment releases him of all the pressures and obligations that have chained him down. Although he has no intention of raising an army to defend his birthright, he soon learns that not everyone is content to let him walk away from the throne. With his sister's safety and well-being to consider, Gregory must make a decision that will change both their lives forever.
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    The Dark

    by Jeremy Robinson

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    The Marked Princess

    by E.P. Stavs

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    Neglected Merge

    by Eve Koguce

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    Immortal Defiance

    by Laura Maybrooke

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    The Wayfinder's Apprentice

    by K Dezendorf

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    The Key Masters of Telemma

    by J.S. Frankel

    Bill Newell and Carla Meadows, both seventeen and both dying, live out their final days in a palliative care center in Portland, Oregon. Bill has no hope of recovering, but the appearance of a strange key on his bed one day intrigues him. Carla receives the same key, and soon they find themselves in a pocket universe ruled by one being, a being-not-a-being named Malgorath who wields immense power. Malgorath makes them a deal. Find four keys, ones of silver, gold, glass, and paper, and return them to him. Upon their retrieval, he will cure them of their illness and send them back to Earth. For Malgorath, the keys are the key to finding Falnarth, a mythical world that holds many secrets. Bill and Carla have no secrets to discover, save life. With no choice in the matter, they agree to the terms and soon find themselves journeying to worlds of silver, gold—ruled by robots—glass, ruled by a power-mad queen, and one of wood. Each key’s retrieval is more dangerous than the last but Bill and Carla are determined to succeed in their quest. However, they soon realize that Malgorath has his own agenda, and they must do everything in their power before the demon can fuse the keys together and destroy—and recreate—the universe.
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    Hidden Magic

    by Elana McDougall

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    Jade City (The Green Bone Saga, 1)

    by Fonda Lee

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    Black Hole Radio

    by Ann Birdgenaw

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    El onceno mandamiento

    by Marié Rojas Tamayo

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    The Space Between Worlds

    by Micaiah Johnson

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    The Many Personalities of Me

    by Miss Yael Gottesman

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    The Book of Laughter and Forgetting

    by Milan Kundera

  • Votes: 5

    Scorched Earth Magic (The Eldritch of Hallows)

    by Elana McDougall

  • Votes: 5

    The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue

    by V. E. Schwab

    In the vein of The Time Traveler’s Wife and Life After Life, The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue is New York Times bestselling author V. E. Schwab’s genre-defying tour de force. A Life No One Will Remember. A Story You Will Never Forget. France, 1714: in a moment of desperation, a young woman makes a Faustian bargain to live forever—and is cursed to be forgotten by everyone she meets. Thus begins the extraordinary life of Addie LaRue, and a dazzling adventure that will play out across centuries and continents, across history and art, as a young woman learns how far she will go to leave her mark on the world. But everything changes when, after nearly 300 years, Addie stumbles across a young man in a hidden bookstore and he remembers her name.
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    The Priory of the Orange Tree

    by Samantha Shannon

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    Wings of Ebony

    by J. Elle

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    Legendborn

    by Tracy Deonn

  • Votes: 4

    A Dark and Hollow Star (1) (Hollow Star Saga)

    by Ashley Shuttleworth

  • Votes: 4

    Death Takes a Holiday at Pemberley

    by Kelly Miller

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    Bonds of Brass

    by Emily Skrutskie

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    Sweet & Bitter Magic

    by Adrienne Tooley

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    Mammoths and Mastodons

    by Cheryl Bardoe

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    Outrun the Wind

    by Elizabeth Tammi

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    Frankissstein

    by Jeanette Winterson

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    The Gilded Ones

    by Namina Forna

  • Votes: 4

    Not Your Typical Fantasy

    by Byron Gordon

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    Once & Future Vol. 3

    by Kieron Gillen

  • Votes: 4

    The Power of Now

    by Eckhart Tolle

    The author shares the secret of his own self-realization and the philosophy for living in the present he has developed.
  • Votes: 4

    Dune

    by Frank Herbert

    Follows the adventures of Paul Atreides, the son of a betrayed duke given up for dead on a treacherous desert planet and adopted by its fierce, nomadic people, who help him unravel his most unexpected destiny.
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    Around the Dark Dial

    by J.D. Sanderson

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    Into the Wild

    by Jon Krakauer

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    Vampire's Mate

    by Valerie Twombly

  • Votes: 3

    The Tiger

    by John Vaillant

    It's December 1997, and a man-eating tiger is on the prowl outside a remote Russian village. The tiger isn't just killing people, it's annihilating them, and a team of men and their dogs must hunt it on foot through the forest in the brutal cold. As the trackers sift through the gruesome remains of the victims, they discover that these attacks aren't random: the tiger is apparently engaged in a vendetta. Injured, starving, and extremely dangerous, the tiger must be found before it strikes again. As he re-creates these extraordinary events, John Vaillant gives us an unforgettable portrait of this spectacularly beautiful and mysterious region. We meet the native tribes who for centuries have worshipped and lived alongside tigers, even sharing their kills with them. We witness the arrival of Russian settlers in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, soldiers and hunters who greatly diminished the tiger populations. And we come to know their descendants, who, crushed by poverty, have turned to poaching and further upset the natural balance of the region. Beautifully written and deeply informative, The Tiger circles around three main characters: Vladimir Markov, a poacher killed by the tiger; Yuri Trush, the lead tracker; and the tiger himself. It is an absolutely gripping tale of man and nature that leads inexorably to a final showdown in a clearing deep in the taiga.
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    El Fulgor de las Tinieblas

    by Johnn A. Escobar

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    Into Thin Air

    by Jon Krakauer

    The author describes his spring 1996 trek to Mt. Everest, a disastrous expedition that claimed the lives of eight climbers, and explains why he survived
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    Homegoing

    by Yaa Gyasi

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    The Winter Soldier

    by Daniel Mason

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    Magical Realism

    by Lois Parkinson Zamora

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    Wheel of Time Premium Boxed Set I

    by Robert Jordan

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    Day Sleepers

    by Tristan Ryan

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    Life After 40

    by C S Bear

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    A Poet of the Invisible World

    by Michael Golding

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    My Life My Story My Journey & A Tall Tale (1) (A Tall-Tail)

    by R B K

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    What The Gods Allow

    by J.S. Frankel

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    The Wild Expanse

    by J. Mills

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    Surrender with Meher Baba

    by Laurent Weichberger

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    Embersoul

    by Emi Phoenix

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    Mein Kampf

    by Adolf Hitler

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    The Untethered Soul

    by Michael A. Singer

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    The Convert

    by Stefan Hertmans

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    Ruchira Khanna

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    Layman's Handbook of Christian Doctrine

    by Herschel H. Hobbs

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    The White Owl (The Chronicles of Calmarra Book 1)

    by B. D. Connor

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    The Quickening of Water

    by J Andrew Evans

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    A Werewolf in Women's Clothes

    by Courtney Davis

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    ONE HAND ON THE SINK

    by Ken McCarthy

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    The Once and Future Witches

    by Alix E. Harrow

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    Wakeless

    by Lisa Johnston

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    put your trust in god not man you won't be disappointed!

    by faithful friend

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    Grim Nora and the Sign of the Ouroboros

    by A.M. Albaugh

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    Kings and Queens

    by J. N. Eagles

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    The Man on the Spectrum's Journey

    by Ken H Daniels

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    The Good One Rises

    by Mynet Velez

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    Ravenmaster

    by Christopher Skaife

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    Overcomer

    by Victor J Clark

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    The Shadow

    by James Patterson

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    Empire of the Vampire

    by Jay Kristoff

  • Votes: 1

    The Lost Apothecary

    by Sarah Penner

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    Abortion law - State , Life and Choice

    by Sarah David

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    Big Magic

    by Elizabeth Gilbert

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    Slaughterhouse-Five

    by Kurt Vonnegut

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    Awaken the Giant Within

    by Tony Robbins

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    Ghost Stories of Saskatchewan 3

    by Jo-Anne Christensen

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    The Fifth Sacred Thing (Maya Greenwood)

    by Starhawk

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    Lavondyss

    by Robert Holdstock

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    Seductive Dreams

    by Miss T.

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    Fear More than the Virus

    by Scott Kimak

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    Birthright

    by Kim Fedyk

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    Woman Arborescent

    by Annick Perrot-Bishop

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    DEMIGODS

    by J. Giambrone

  • Votes: 1

    The Girl and the Goddess

    by Nikita Gill

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    Mesmerizing World of Short Stories

    by Chhaya Fulsunge

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    Siddhartha

    by Hermann Hesse

    Siddhartha is an allegorical novel by Hermann Hesse which deals with the spiritual journey of an Indian boy called Siddhartha during the time of the Buddha. The book was written in German, in a simple, yet powerful and lyrical style. It was first published in 1922, after Hesse had spent some time in India in the 1910s. The story revolves around a young man who leaves his home and family on a quest for the Truth. Embarking on a journey that takes him from the austerities of renunciation to the profligacy of wealth. That leads him through the range of human experiences from hunger and want, to passion, pleasure, pain, greed, yearning, boredom, love, despair and hope. A journey that leads finally to the river, where he gains peace and eventually wisdom. This is the story of Siddhartha as told by Nobel Laureate Hermann Hesse in his most influential work.
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    The Book of Miriam

    by Louis Zambrana

    The concept of resistance has always been central to the reception of Hegel's philosophy. The prevalent image of Hegel's system, which continues to influence the scholarship to this day, is that of an absolutist, monist metaphysics which overcomes all resistance, sublating or assimilating all differences into a single organic 'Whole'. For that reason, the reception of Hegel has always been marked by the question of how to resist Hegel: how to think that which remains outside of or other to the totalizing system of dialectics. In recent years the work of scholars such as Catherine Malabou, Slavoj Žižek, Rebecca Comay and Frank Ruda has brought considerable nuance to this debate. A new reading of Hegel has emerged which challenges the idea that there is no place for difference, otherness or resistance in Hegel, both by refusing to reduce Hegel's complex philosophy to a straightforward systematic narrative and by highlighting particular moments within Hegel's philosophy which seem to counteract the traditional understanding of dialectics. This book brings together established and new voices in this field in order to show that the notion of resistance is central to this revaluation of Hegel.
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    Experiential Magic

    by Linda McCann

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    The Female Offender

    by Meda Chesney-Lind

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    Chronicle of a Death Foretold

    by Gabriel García Márquez

    Chronicle of a Death Foretold is a compelling, moving story exploring injustice and mob hysteria by the Nobel Laureate Gabriel Garcia Marquez, author of One Hundred Years of Solitude and Love in the Time of Cholera. 'On the day they were going to kill him, Santiago Nasar got up at five-thirty in the morning to wait for the boat the bishop was coming on' Santiago Nasar is brutally murdered in a small town by two brothers. All the townspeople knew it was going to happen - including the victim. But nobody did anything to prevent the killing. Twenty seven years later, a man arrives in town to try and piece together the truth from the contradictory testimonies of the townsfolk. To at last understand what happened to Santiago, and why. . . 'A masterpiece' Evening Standard 'A work of high explosiveness - the proper stuff of Nobel prizes. An exceptional novel' The Times 'Brilliant writer, brilliant book' Guardian
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    Foundering Fathers

    by Edward P. Moser

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    The Healing Power of Pleasure

    by Julia Paulette Hollenbery

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    The Unbreakable Thread

    by Nissha Nirmal Kumar

    Hirdh is a soft and very confident girl but she has a greatest fear - the fear of break up. She knows that her heart would be slivered into a million pieces and it would never be the same if she had to go through it. So, she builds her guarding walls way up high, so that no one could penetrate them. Then, She meets a guy owning a pair of swashbuckling eyes. Will she let her walls down for him? Will she experience her greatest fear? Was the Japanese legendary, the red string aka The Unbreakable Thread, only a myth?
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    The Timepiece and the Girl Who Went Astray

    by O.R. Simmonds

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    Paulo Coelho

    by Paulo Coelho

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    Butterfly Whispers in Twilight

    by Sandra-Lee Hutt

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    Scourge of the Five Kingdoms (Five Kingdoms of Cordizal Book 1)

    by Charles Jordan

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    The Mists of Avalon

    by Marion Zimmer Bradley

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    Mindset

    by Carol S. Dweck

    Reveals how established attitudes affect all aspects of one's life, explains the differences between fixed and growth mindsets, and stresses the need to be open to change in order to achieve fulfillment and success.
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    The Knight of Innocence

    by Julius A.M. Brown

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    Blood Moon Rising (The Witch of Appalachia)

    by Francesca Quarto

  • Votes: 1

    Drago Bonez

    by Jeremy B. Pereyra

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    Graceling

    by Kristin Cashore

    In a world where people born with an exceptional skill, known as a Grace, are feared and exploited, Katsa carries the burden of a skill even she despises: the Grace of killing. She lives under the command of her Uncle Randa, King of the Middluns, and is expected to carry out his dirty work, punishing and torturing anyone who displeases him. Breaking arms and cutting off fingers are her stock-in-trade. Finding life under his rule increasingly unbearable, Katsa forms an underground Council whose purpose is to combat the destructive behaviour of the seven kings - after all, the Middluns is only one of the Seven Kingdoms, each of them ruled by their own king and his personal agenda for power. When the Council hears that the King of Liend's father has been kidnapped Katsa investigates ... and stumbles across a mystery. Who would want to kidnap him, and why? And who was the extraordinary Graced fighter who challenged her fighting skills, for the first time, as she and the Council rushed the old man to saftey? Something dark and deadly is rising in the north and creeping across the continent, and behind it all lurks the shadowy figure of a one-eyed king ...
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    A Master of Djinn (Dead Djinn Universe, 1)

    by P. Djèlí Clark

  • Votes: 1

    The Four Cardinal Virtues

    by Josef Pieper

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    White Teeth

    by Zadie Smith

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    The Signs Are Coming

    by Neil A. King

  • Votes: 1

    The Daughters of Cane

    by Chaminuka Mutapa

  • Votes: 1

    Bourbon Street Nocturne and Other Short Stories

    by Elle Stockton

  • Votes: 1

    The Creeper Man

    by Dawn Kurtagich

  • Votes: 1

    The Rose Garden

    by Susanna Kearsley

  • Votes: 1

    Spinning Silver

    by Naomi Novik

  • Votes: 1

    Legends of the Brave Bard

    by Christopher Jaynes

  • Votes: 1

    The Prophet

    by Kahlil Gibran

  • Votes: 1

    Braving the Wilderness

    by Brené Brown

    #1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER * A timely and important book that challenges everything we think we know about cultivating true belonging in our communities, organizations, and culture, from the #1 bestselling author of Rising Strong, Daring Greatly, and The Gifts of Imperfection Don't miss the hourlong Netflix special Brené Brown: The Call to Courage! HELLO SUNSHINE BOOK CLUB PICK "True belonging doesn't require us to change who we are. It requires us to be who we are." Social scientist Brené Brown, PhD, LMSW, has sparked a global conversation about the experiences that bring meaning to our lives--experiences of courage, vulnerability, love, belonging, shame, and empathy. In Braving the Wilderness, Brown redefines what it means to truly belong in an age of increased polarization. With her trademark mix of research, storytelling, and honesty, Brown will again change the cultural conversation while mapping a clear path to true belonging. Brown argues that we're experiencing a spiritual crisis of disconnection, and introduces four practices of true belonging that challenge everything we believe about ourselves and each other. She writes, "True belonging requires us to believe in and belong to ourselves so fully that we can find sacredness both in being a part of something and in standing alone when necessary. But in a culture that's rife with perfectionism and pleasing, and with the erosion of civility, it's easy to stay quiet, hide in our ideological bunkers, or fit in rather than show up as our true selves and brave the wilderness of uncertainty and criticism. But true belonging is not something we negotiate or accomplish with others; it's a daily practice that demands integrity and authenticity. It's a personal commitment that we carry in our hearts." Brown offers us the clarity and courage we need to find our way back to ourselves and to each other. And that path cuts right through the wilderness. Brown writes, "The wilderness is an untamed, unpredictable place of solitude and searching. It is a place as dangerous as it is breathtaking, a place as sought after as it is feared. But it turns out to be the place of true belonging, and it's the bravest and most sacred place you will ever stand."
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    The Martian Chronicles

    by Ray Bradbury

    The tranquility of Mars is disrupted by humans who want to conquer space, colonize the planet, and escape a doomed Earth.
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    How to be the unique girl

    by Doaa Aldobise

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    The Hemingway Hoax - Hugo and Nebula Winning Novella

    by Joe Haldeman

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    The Jasmine Throne

    by Tasha Suri

    One is a vengeful princess seeking to depose her brother from his throne. The other is a priestess searching for her family. Together, they will change the fate of an empire. Imprisoned by her dictator brother, Malini spends her days in isolation in the Hirana: an ancient temple that was once the source of powerful magic - but is now little more than a decaying ruin. Priya is a maidservant, one of several who make the treacherous journey to the top of the Hirana every night to attend Malini's chambers. She is happy to be an anonymous drudge, as long as it keeps anyone from guessing the dangerous secret she hides. But when Malini accidentally bears witness to Priya's true nature, their destinies become irrevocably tangled . . .
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    Write It!

    by Jessica Jacobs

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    The Wolf Twins of Denali

    by Rachel Winters

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    The Seven Necessary Sins for Women and Girls

    by Mona Eltahawy

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    Rescue

    by Mx. Alex

    At age eighteen, when they become marriageable, all royal children in the Thousand Kingdoms must either go questing to rescue another royal or be hidden away to await rescue themselves. Some go the traditional route of princes rescuing princesses, but not all princes want to be rescuers...and some would rather rescue other princes. Then there's Prince Gerald, who has no interest in getting married at all. When he refuses to choose a role as either rescuer or rescuee, his royal parents choose for him and have him magicked away to a distant tower to await a spouse. Gerald, however, is having none of it. He recruits his guardian dragon and a would-be rescuer and soon the trio is dashing to all corners of the united kingdoms on a quest to overturn the entire system.
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    Gone With the Wind

    by Margaret Mitchell

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    The Dovekeepers

    by Alice Hoffman

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    Hell's Heart

    by John Jackson Miller

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    Hill Women

    by Cassie Chambers

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    Misjustice

    by Helena Kennedy

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    Harlem Shuffle

    by Colson Whitehead

  • Votes: 1

    Atlantic City Nazi

    by Charles Frankhauser

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    Dark Lady

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    Undeserved

    by Michael Chukwudi

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    Tree Singer

    by Jacci Turner

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    The Great Alone

    by Kristin Hannah

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    Swords & Sorceries

    by David A. Riley Editor

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    Jordan's World (The Jordan of Algoran Book 1)

    by Allen Steadham

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    Snafu

    by Pemberley Quinn

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    Dragon of the Federation (The Heartstone Series Book 1)

    by Jason Kilgore

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    The Alchemy of Reiki

    by Linda McCann

    This path opened to Linda upon the death of her husband. After searching for new life-focus, she was directed to embrace energy work, which also fulfilled her desire to help other people.
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    Check It Out!

    by Patricia Hubbell

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    Women Who Run with the Wolves

    by Clarissa Pinkola Estés

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    The Jett Landry Saga

    by Stephan Oak

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    All Our Wrong Todays

    by Elan Mastai

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    Toxic Parents

    by Susan Forward

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    A Man Called Ove

    by Fredrik Backman

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    Hidden Figures

    by Margot Lee Shetterly

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    For Your Consideration

    by Larissa Zageris

    This illustrated collection of humorous essays and fun extras makes the case for one of our most iconic celebrities, from Bill and Ted to John Wick. For an actor who’s been in so many mega-hits and equally mega misses, it can be tough to track Keanu Reeves's accomplishments. But true fans know that Keanu is so much more than his Bill and Ted persona, both onscreen and off. During his long career—over 30 years, though you wouldn’t know it from his immortal looks—he has constantly subverted Hollywood stereotypes and expectations. He's the type to start his own publishing company, reread Hamlet, write a grown-up children’s book, photobomb people’s weddings, eat lunch alone in the park while looking very sad, and give away his salary to the film crew. For Your Consideration: Keanu Reeves examines the ways in which Keanu strives to be kind and excellent in work and in life. The authors also explore various Internet conspiracies about his age, help you identify which Sad Keanu meme you are, give you the Keanu and Winona Ryder fanfic your heart desires, and much, much more.
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    Bitter Prophecy

    by S. Tilghman Hawthorne

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    Infinite Self

    by Stuart Wilde

    In Infinte Self: 33 Steps to Reclaiming Your Inner Power, Stuart Wilde teaches you how to consolidate your inherent power and transcend all limitations by releasing yourself from the constraints of your ego. Your ego traps you, according to Stuart, and it is never happy for long, always wanting more, whether it's a new job, new relationship, or bigger bank account.
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    Why I Let Go

    by Keila P. Maloney

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    The Magicians Trilogy Boxed Set

    by Lev Grossman

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    Anathem

    by Neal Stephenson

    The latest magnificent creation from the award-winning author of Cryptonomicon and the Baroque Cycle trilogy. Erasmas, 'Raz', is a young avout living in the Concent, a sanctuary for mathematicians, scientists, and philosophers. Three times during history's darkest epochs, violence has invaded and devastated the cloistered community. Yet the avout have always managed to adapt in the wake of catastrophe. But they now prepare to open the Concent's gates to the outside world, in celebration of a once-a-decade rite. Suddenly, Erasmas finds himself a major player in a drama that will determine the future of his world - as he sets out on an extraordinary odyssey that will carry him to the most dangerous, inhospitable corners of the planet...and beyond.
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    The Shack

    by William P. Young

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    Three Ordinary Girls

    by Tim Brady

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    The Stand

    by Stephen King

    A monumentally devastating plague leaves only a few survivors who, while experiencing dreams of a battle between good and evil, move toward an actual confrontation as they migrate to Boulder, Colorado.
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    Rivers of London

    by Ben Aaronovitch

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    The Descendant

    by Chace A. Randolph

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    The Patent Lawyer

    by Stan Sastry

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    The Secret Lives of Color

    by Kassia St Clair

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    1984

    by George Orwell

    Portrays life in a future time when a totalitarian government watches over all citizens and directs all activities
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    The Realm Surfer

    by Sabrina Oyinloye

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    The Empress of Fay

    by E. E. Snead

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    Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance

    by Robert M Pirsig

    A narration of a summer motorcycle trip undertaken by a father and his son, Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance becomes a personal and philosophical odyssey into fundamental questions on how to live. The narrator's relationship with his son leads to a powerful self-reckoning; the craft of motorcycle maintenance leads to an austerely beautiful process for reconciling science, religion, and humanism. Resonant with the confusions of existence, this classic is a touching and transcendent book of life. This new edition contains an interview with Pirsig and letters and documents detailing how this extraordinary book came to be. This P.S. edition features an extra 16 pages of insights into the book, including author interviews, recommended reading, and more.
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    Unprecedented Times

    by Lisa Thomas

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    One Hundred Years of Solitude

    by Gabriel García Márquez

    The evolution and eventual decadence of a small South American town is mirrored in the family history of the Buendias.
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    Unbound

    by Tarana Burke

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    My Name Is Why

    by Lemn Sissay

    THE NUMBER ONE SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLER SHORTLISTED FOR THE GORDON BURN PRIZE 'EXTRAORDINARY' The Times, 'BEAUTIFUL' Dolly Alderton, 'SHATTERING' Observer, 'INCREDIBLE' Benjamin Zephaniah, 'UNPUTDOWNABLE' Sunday Times, 'ASTOUNDING' Matt Haig 'POWERFUL' Elif Shafak At the age of seventeen, after a childhood in a foster family followed by six years in care homes, Norman Greenwood was given his birth certificate. He learned that his real name was not Norman. It was Lemn Sissay. He was British and Ethiopian. And he learned that his mother had been pleading for his safe return to her since his birth. This is Lemn's story: a story of neglect and determination, misfortune and hope, cruelty and triumph. Sissay reflects on his childhood, self-expression and Britishness, and in doing so explores the institutional care system, race, family and the meaning of home. Written with all the lyricism and power you would expect from one of the nation's best-loved poets, this moving, frank and timely memoir is the result of a life spent asking questions, and a celebration of the redemptive power of creativity.
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    The Witch's Heart

    by Genevieve Gornichec

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    Free Women, Free Men

    by Camille Paglia

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    The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck

    by Mark Manson

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    Hood Feminism

    by Mikki Kendall

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    The Silent Sufferer

    by Frank Negolfka

    One brief moment in time has the ability to alter everything you thought you knew about life. In the blink of an eye, my whole world was thrown off course. No one escapes life without obstacles to overcome. Sometimes these obstacles are outside of our control and sometimes they are battles within ourselves. This story is my personal journey of how my father's suicide led me down a path of destruction. As a young teen, I was not able to cope with the challenges that were facing me: medical issues, alcohol, death, and an uphill battle with suicidal ideations. This story will have you laughing while reliving your teenage years and crying as you go through my personal pain. Come with me on an entertaining ride, down a dark road.
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    The Left Hand of Darkness

    by Ursula K. Le Guin

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    Covenant Spring

    by Christopher Watson

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    The Midnight Library

    by Matt Haig

    THE NUMBER ONE SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLER AN INSTANT NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER A BBC TWO BETWEEN THE COVERS BOOK CLUB PICK Between life and death there is a library. When Nora Seed finds herself in the Midnight Library, she has a chance to make things right. Up until now, her life has been full of misery and regret. She feels she has let everyone down, including herself. But things are about to change. The books in the Midnight Library enable Nora to live as if she had done things differently. With the help of an old friend, she can now undo every one of her regrets as she tries to work out her perfect life. But things aren’t always what she imagined they’d be, and soon her choices place the library and herself in extreme danger. Before time runs out, she must answer the ultimate question: what is the best way to live?
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    I'm Obsessed With Your Success

    by Red Hilton

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    Skinny Legs and All

    by Tom Robbins

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    The Sweetest Fix

    by Tessa Bailey