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Fans of romance novels tend to be spoiled for choice as this genre has no shortage of unique settings. One of the most popular is the office or workplace romance.
In a world of gods and planets, The Legacy tells the complex tale of an eternal cycle in which the powers of good and evil, balance and imbalance, light and dark, will battle for the outcome of all humanity.
May is often seen as a celebration of new beginnings, and this is true for our readers who wasted no time getting started on brand new books during this month. The only problem is that there are so many good books from which to choose.
Readers who enjoy a twisted take on ancient mythology should consider Cora: Rise of the Fallen Goddess by A.L.
Despite being one of the most legendary poets and playwrights in history, there is still a lot that is not known about William Shakespeare. His plays remain popular to this day in theaters worldwide, but many details of his private life are steeped in mystery and speculation.
A warm, witty, and imaginative love story for sceptics.
The dystopian science fiction novel, Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? by Philip K. Dick was first published in 1968 and has been hugely influential. The 1982 Ridley Scott film, Blade Runner, was based on the novel as well as the 2017 sequel.
Tharadis, warden of Naruvieth, has a duty to protect all those in his city not only from the legendary sheggam but also from the other threats that the Runeway can carry from beyond Andrin’s Wall.
Action, adventure, romance, thrills, and inspiration, the best books for April 2021 as chosen by our readers, once again has it all. These are the books that captivated our readers and kept them company during the month of April.
Complete vision loss is a terrifying prospect, but many people manage to navigate life successfully without being able to see. Many activities that most people take for granted can be very challenging or even impossible for people with this disability.
Sari Gilbert - An Intriguing Story Set in 1980 in Italy
FEATURED AUTHOR - Sari Gilbert fell in love with Italy at a tender age and has been living in Rome since the 1970s when she moved there to complete her graduate studies in International Relations – she has both an M.A. and a Ph.D - and then found work there as a reporter and foreign correspondent.