Song of the Orange Moons - Literary
4.5 stars over 10 reviews
Alternating among these three voices, which eventually become entwined, Stephens creates a strictly personal portrait of longing and discovery. Though macroscopic themes arise, such as Rebecka's attempt to reconcile her Columbian and American heritage, Helen's effort to understand her Jewish identity, and Adelle's frank confrontation with death, they largely fail to create depth beyond their individual threads.
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Goodness Gracious Green - Romance
3.8 stars over 35 reviews
Description: Will Lois Barker put down roots in Green . . . or will small-town life be too tough?
The charming and uncertain journalist is delighted with her decision to keep The Green News-Item and excited about the possibility of romance with her good-looking catfish farmer/coach neighbor—and the growth of her fresh faith and friendships.
Her second year in Green has scarcely been rung in, though, before Lois is wrung out. The former owners of the paper want it back. The mayor’s dog bites her on the face. A series of fires threaten Lois. And while her friends blossom, Lois feels wilted.
Human - Technothriller
4.2 stars over 13 reviews
Description: Elijah Smith's mind has been replaced, piece-by-piece, with virtual counterparts. His transformation thrusts his survivors into a maelstrom of violence, danger, and intrigue. Only Smith has the power to save them -- provided that he is still human.
Mankind has been merging with his technology since the first time a caveman picked up a walking stick. We easily accept the fact that eyeglasses, pacemakers, and prosthetic limbs improve or replace human biology. Soon we will have to accept the fact that the human mind can also be improved or replaced by the addition of technological components.
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