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120 Book Recommendations for Every Summer Reading Mood

This content contains affiliate links. When you buy through these links, we may earn an affiliate commission. Believe it or not, summer is almost here — at least, if you’re in the northern hemisphere. That means celebrating the only way readers know how: by building an ambitious summer reading TBR. …

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NERO | Kirkus Reviews

by Kristin Hannah ‧ RELEASE DATE: Feb. 6, 2024 A dramatic, vividly detailed reconstruction of a little-known aspect of the Vietnam War. Likes 116 Our Verdict GET IT New York Times Bestseller A young woman’s experience as a nurse in Vietnam casts a deep shadow over her life. When we …

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8 of the Best Books About Intergenerational Friendships

Some of the most valuable friendships I’ve ever had are with those a few decades older than me. I appreciate listening to their insights on challenges that I might be facing for the first time but that they have encountered before and can see from a more long-term perspective. Hopefully, …

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THE DANGER FILES | Kirkus Reviews

AMERICA’S FIRST COWBOYS by Martin W. Sandler ‧ RELEASE DATE: Jan. 15, 2001 Logically pointing out that the American cowboy archetype didn’t spring up from nowhere, Sandler, author of Cowboys (1994) and other volumes in the superficial, if luxuriously illustrated, “Library of Congress Book” series, looks back over 400 years …

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The Most Popular Posts of the Week

Here are the most popular posts from the last week here at Book Riot: What was a queer person to do in the ignorant and uneducated years of decades past when queer literature was declared obscene? In the 1950s and 1960s, an era when male homosexuality was illegal, it was …

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DOCTOR LUCIFER | Kirkus Reviews

A compelling if occasionally sedate thriller. In this installment of Lee’s Dr. Mark Lin Medical Thrillers series, the intrepid physician vies with a mysterious computer hacker. As the story begins, Southern California-based, board-certified internist Dr. Mark Lin arrives for his usual shift at Anaheim’s Ivory Memorial Hospital. Lin is a …

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