I'm so glad to see Sergei Lukyanenko's work back in print. This is the thinking person's horror novel. Not just a 'horror novel', Night Watch examines the delicate balance between the forces of good and evil, and what it means to be human. -Rosemary
Comical situations as well as zany, off-beat personalities give heart and warmth to Sookie’s emotional conundrum. It is a tribute to family, friendship and the strength of the human spirit. A heart-warming feel-good read. -Pat
The second book of the Neapolitan Novels series is a rich portrait of two girls and their friendship. Beginning in the 1960s when the more academically gifted Lila marries instead of continuing her education, we follow Elena through her success. Psychologically acute, this is a great work of modern fiction, and good news, there will be one more book. -Sandra
Anita Shreve reveals the horror of the front during WWI, with the story of an American woman who awakens in France with no memory of who she is. Suffering from shell shock, she takes the name Stella Bain and makes her way to London where she senses she will be able to discover her identity. I read it in one day because I didn’t want to put it down! -Pat
A darkly seductive and passionate tale of secret societies, elaborate rites and sexual experimentation, in the tradition of Pauline Reage's classic "Story of O" and Stanley Kubrick's film "Eyes Wide Shut."
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