Book Review #35: Pomegranates and Olive by Jane Gundogan

Olive is a hot mess. She's been with the same guy for nearly fifteen years, she's obsessed with Shakespeare, and she's got a job that she loves as a librarian! Oh, that doesn't scream crazy? Well, on top of all that, she also vomited all over her proposing boyfriend, fled Australia in order not to …

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Book Review #25: These Troubled Days by James Tarr

Boston is in shreds. America is sinking quickly into a fascist government. With unfits quarantined into the Chelsea Internment Center, millions of people are in distress. Yet Harold, an ex-activist, only has one concern in life: protect his daughter Aiden from the very life he used to frequent. ProServ Officers like Eckart and Blair make …