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The Oregon Trail

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#1 Indie Next Pick for July 2015 "Absorbing. Winning. The many layers in "The Oregon Trail" are linked by Mr. Buck's voice, which is alert and unpretentious in a manner that put me in mind of Bill Bryson's comic tone in "A Walk in the Woods.

The Book of Speculation

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"Dazzling. a] quirky, raucous, and bewitching family saga. " --Sara Gruen, author of "Water for Elephants" Simon Watson, a young librarian, lives alone in a house that is slowly crumbling toward the Long Island Sound. His parents are long dead.

The Little Paris Bookshop

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There are books that are suitable for a million people, others for only a hundred. There are even remedies I mean books that were written for one person only A book is both medic and medicine at once. It makes a diagnosis as well as offering therapy. Putting the right novels to the appropriate ailments: that's how I sell books.

The Truth and Other Lies

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Dark, witty, and suspenseful, this literary crime thriller reminiscent of "The Dinner "and "The" "Silent Wife" follows a famous author whose wife--the brains behind his success--meets an untimely death, leaving him to deal with the consequences. "Evil is a matter of opinion. " On the surface, Henry Hayden seems like someone you could like, or even admire. A famous bestselling author who appears a modest everyman.

The Library at Mount Char

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"A missing God. " "A library with the secrets to the universe. " "A woman too busy to notice her heart slipping away. " "" Carolyn's not so different from the other people around her.

Bull Mountain

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Brian Panowich stamps words on the page as if they ve been blasted from the barrel of a shotgun, and as with a shotgun blast, no one is safe from the scattered fragments of history that impale the people of Bull Mountain. Wiley Cash, " "New York Times""-bestselling author of ""This Dark Road to Mercy" "From a remarkable new voice in Southern fiction, a multigenerational saga of crime, family, and vengeance. Clayton Burroughs comes from a long line of outlaws. For generations, the Burroughs clan has made its home on Bull Mountain in North Georgia, running shine, pot, and meth over six state lines, virtually untouched by the rule of law.

Language Arts

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The new novel from the best-selling author of "Broken for You" spins the stories of a dedicated teacher, his enigmatic son, and a wartime survivor into an affecting tale of love, loss, and handwriting. Charles Marlow teaches his high school English students that language will expand their worlds. But linguistic precision cannot help him connect with his autistic son, or with his ex-wife, who abandoned their shared life years before, or even with his college-bound daughter who has just flown the nest. He's at the end of a road he's traveled on autopilot for years when a series of events forces him to think back on the lifetime of decisions and indecisions that have brought him to this point.

My Grandmother Asked Me to Tell You She's Sorry

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Love May Fail

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"It doesn't matter how I got here. What I do with the puzzle pieces that are now in front of me that's what matters. Save Mr. Vernon.

Speak

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A thoughtful, poignant novel that explores the creation of artificial intelligence illuminating the very human need for communication, connection, and understanding In a narrative that spans geography and time, from the Atlantic Ocean in the seventeenth century to a correctional institution in Texas in the near future, told from the perspectives of five very different characters, Speak considers what it means to be human, and what it means to be less than fully alive. A young Puritan woman travels to the New World with her unwanted new husband. Alan Turing, the renowned mathematician and code breaker, writes letters to his best friend's mother. A Jewish refugee and professor of computer science struggles to reconnect with his increasingly detached wife.