The Music Box, by Bekezela Broscius, is a story of fifth-grade friendships and class bullies in Zimbabwe.
It wouldn't bee an exaggeration to say that many people would like to put 2020 behind them and start fresh with a new year. However, there are still a few months left and our readers have been putting them to good use by immersing themselves in good books.
Marilia, The Warlord is a brilliantly written tale of both grand and personal history, of rivalry and family, of perceived fate and innate destiny.
Bel Canto, the 2001 novel by Ann Patchett, won numerous awards and also received an opera as well as a film adaptation. While the story is based on the Japanese embassy hostage crisis one of the central themes of the novel is music.
Only Our Destiny by A. G. Russo takes readers through the tragedies and setbacks of one Italian family from the small fishing village of Punto Roccioso.
It's undeniable that there is something about ancient Egypt that continues to lure in both authors and readers. From pharaohs and pyramids to tombs and curses, it's a setting that is rich with intriguing elements.
Dreamers of Andalon is not only a superb introduction to this incredible world, but has enough character development and plot twists to keep readers hooked to the very last page.
Fairy tales have been around for thousands of years and continue to entertain, enthrall, and inspire readers. There have also been numerous television shows and blockbuster movies that were adapted from fairy tales.
Book One of The Sabienn Feel Adventures starts off with a bang, the reader is thrown headfirst into the violent fray of a world masterfully crafted by Mark Barkley.
From family picnics to Christmas in July, there were many ways in which our readers celebrated the seventh month of 2020. However, the one thing that everyone indulged in was some reading.