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Drowning Practice

Exploring the choices humans make in trying times and offering a more nuanced take on the apocalyptic novel, this mesmerizing listen brings life to the unique writing of Meginnis (Fat Man and Little Boy).
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Around the World in 80 Birds

General audiences’ enthusiasm for bird books shows no sign of waning, and this volume delights on all levels.
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The Amazing Screw-On Head

Nothing that will disappoint Mignola fans, but nothing to overly excite them either. Not recommended, except for serious Mignola completists.
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That Noodle Life: Soulful, Savory, Spicy, Slurpy

Readers who love food blogs and vlogs will find this high impact collection offers plenty of inspiration, instruction, and fun.

Light Years from Home

Chen’s novel is sure to please fans of literary fiction as well as staples of sci-fi TV like The X-Files and Fringe. A worthy addition to any contemporary science fiction audio collection.
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Architectural Gardens: Inside the Landscapes of Lucas & Lucas

Lucas and Orr demonstrate that good landscape design balances elements between land and home, between the natural and the manmade. Their book would serve as a useful reference for garden designers, architects, and home gardeners alike.

The Rise: Kobe Bryant and the Pursuit of Immortality

A landmark account of Kobe Bryant’s early life, this is an essential purchase for sports collections in all public libraries. Sielski’s biography will stand as the most objective, definitive record of Bryant’s childhood and youth, and invites a sequel that will similarly cover his professional career and personal story beyond the 1996 NBA draft.

Light Years from Home

Chen’s strength in writing poignant character arcs, especially within family dynamics, shines here, as does his ability to craft intriguing blends of literary and speculative fiction with compelling, character-driven plots.
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Murder, Madness and Mayhem: Twenty-Five Tales of True Crime and Dark History

An honest, refreshingly compassionate book about gruesome or bizarre true crimes.

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