RCR Says: “It hardly seems a coincidence that a book so heavily engaged with the topic of police brutality should be published at a time like this, especially in the wake of bestsellers like Angie Thomas’s The Hate U Give receiving well-deserved attention this year.”
RCR Says: “William Dempsey combines both historical and fictional characters to create a vivid and intriguing world where the threat to America is very real.”
RCR Says: “Overall, this story is well-paced and captures the difficulty of falling in love after many failed attempts and broken hearts.”
RCR Says: “The title of the book seems like a misnomer, if only because the core of the book explores the tremendous and powerful bond between both of the children (not just Catherine), through childhood and beyond.”
RCR Says: “Because The Day After, whose title refers to an event that occurs on the day after the monumental 2016 election, touches on so many relevant political and sociological happenings that influenced the United States—and the world at large—over the last forty-plus years, its narrative scope is undeniably wide.”
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RCR Says: “Overall, Goodbye Tchaikovsky is an excellent, well-paced read, perfect for a person looking for a new YA, coming-of-age novel.”
RCR Says: “Ben Burgess Jr. offers promise as a writer and in his efforts to highlight issues that many would prefer to push under the rug.”
RCR Says: “The author succeeds at painting realistic and raw human emotion, giving insight into the lives of characters who are fully formed, every word on the page in each story holding an immense amount of weight.”
RCR Says: “[Montrose’s] metaphors and similes are often beautiful, and the tale she has to tell is a remarkable one, but at times it is almost as if she is trying to accomplish too much with this first book in her planned five-book series.”
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Title: By Proxy
Author: Katy Regnery
RCR Says: “If you like imaginative romance that takes place in an idealistic setting with richly developed characters, then By Proxy is the book for you.”
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