Allison Kestler, Augustana College
No matter how packed your schedule is, each of these books can find a place in it.
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Her newest novel, ‘Vengeful,’ adds more dynamic characters to her already impressive list.
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The story of a small city in Newfoundland in the wake of Sept. 11, ‘Come Away from Me’ reexamines the event from a perspective you would never believe is non-fiction.
Disclaimer: This book requires your commitment, but it will give you all its love.
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The hosts disagree on everything, which leads to different perspectives and comedy gold.
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