The festive season is usually filled with fun, friends, and family, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t time to get some reading done too. In between all the hustle and bustle of December, our readers still carved out some time for themselves for some relaxing reading.
Ever the Night Road by Michael Breen is a richly imagined coming-of-age fantasy that will intrigue readers who enjoy complex world-building and deep character motivation.
Dr. Heidi Davidson and her husband, Dr. Peter Davidson, accomplish one of the most incredible medical breakthroughs in history by restarting the brains of two brain-dead babies.
The story of Aladdin is just one of the many originating from The Book of One Thousand and One Nights.
Nestled between the pumpkin carving of October and the holiday excitement of December is the month of November. It is a time to take a breather from the previous month while preparing for the chaos of the next, which also makes it perfect for catching up on some good books.
A young girl named Carissa Locke reflects on the terrible events in her life that shaped her and how, against all odds, she continued to fight for survival.
Despite being one of the deadliest mountains in the world, Everest continues to serve as a beacon for climbers and adventurers seeking to prove themselves.
Children of Eve by Andrew Wilson is an uncompromising view of a dystopian future in which there is nothing left but a desperate fight for survival.
October is a month of tricks and treats, along with some reading, of course. The fall weather offers the perfect opportunity to sit back and relax with a good book.
Seeking Forgiveness by Lea Rachel is a book that once started, you will find difficult to put down.