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WWII on the Page: Books About Perseverance and Survival

It’s still a tough subject to read about but a necessary one to process even now, more than seventy years after it’s end. World War II was brutal and ugly but in its aftermath, stories of survival—of the front line, of the occupation, of the concentration camps—have inspired us for decades. From a resistance movement… Read More »

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Love Celebrity Book Clubs? Read These New Books Next!

From Emma Watson’s Our Shared Shelf to Emma Roberts’ Belletrist, celebrity book clubs are blowing up—and for good reason. Much more than just vanity projects, these Instagram-dominating book clubs are thoughtfully curated and presented well, giving fans and readers the opportunity to share and discuss books from a very diverse range of authors. It’s exciting… Read More »

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HISTORY FROM A UNIQUE PERSPECTIVE

Historical fiction is an extremely popular choice for book clubs everywhere. Rich with details from a time we missed and will never get to see, it’s easy to get lost in a new story set in a different time. Here are seven works of historical fiction (and one of nonfiction) from original points of view… Read More »

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