RCR Says: “Maxwell is a gifted writer, weaving suspense and drama throughout the novel…The smart and sexy dialogue grounds the plot even as it leaps between present-day Europe and 1438 A.D.”
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RCR Says: “As it stands, the plot is engrossing and zippy, hitting all of the major genre markers, while avoiding a reliance upon cliche. Marco Martinez is sure to appeal to both new and established fans of Westerns.”
RCR Says: “Made up of short chapters that primarily alternate between the grueling storylines of Sonne and Rainer as they each navigate conflicted lives locked under Nazi control, The Center of Gravity is, without a doubt, an important work of historical fiction.”
RCR Says: “Antolovic’s writing carries the story along with an almost somnambulant sensuality. Fans of contemporary myth retellings like Madeline Miller’s Circe will be sure to enjoy this one.”
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RCR Says: “Through the experiences of the Pulaski family, Lackey conveys the suffering associated with this time period as well as the determination of many to rise up against the laws of slavery, regardless of the consequences.”