Fiona Barton's 'The Child' is a thriller that examines the lives of several women as one major mystery looms.
The 3-star rating is our middle grade and can teeter between mediocre and OK. This rating is given to books that may have started off well but fell flat in the end, or vice-versa.
William Hawk and Grace embark on a mission to save all of humanity while struggling against her evil twin brother, Roland in the first installment of the William Hawk series, 'Ignition.'
Featuring female narrators struggling with darkness, Hiromi Kawakami's surreal short story collection is a must read for fans of absurd Japanese literature.