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I WAS fascinated by The Summer I Wasn't Me. This young adult fiction title deals with a scenario that is not common in this country: youths having their sexual orientation adjusted.
Grant Morrison’s long-awaited DC multiversal epic is finally out, and it’s as trippy and mind-boggling as we expected it to be.
Three generations of unusual women experience love and tragedy in the early decades of the 20th century.
Okra, Italian Kitchen and My Paris Kitchen.
The snakes in the grass of Copperhead are of the sci-fi as well as Western sorts.
This week, we have a romance, a thriller, a little self-help, and a big-name musician bio.
Singaporean playwright Loretta Chen’s memoir ‘Woman On Top’ reveals a life lived against the grain.
A signed early edition of 'A Tale Of Two Cities' by Charles Dickens has been valued at more than a quarter of a million pounds.
Nostalgia thrives at Flannery O’Connor’s home where visitors can get a glimpse into a different era.
Simin Behbahani, Iran’s most outspoken poet and a Nobel Prize nominee, passed away in Tehran.
The culinary couple has been creating beer-inspired dinners at their North Carolina gastropub.
A historic library in Germany ravaged by fire in 2004 has restored 118,000 rare books including a 471-year-old book by Copernicus.
Book Nook asks: How do we tell our kids that their surrounding is not as safe as they think it is?
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