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Wednesday, January 9, 2013

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The Magic Council (The Herezoth Trilogy) by Victoria Grefer

Rating: 4 Stars with 1 votes

Category: Fantasy, Young Adult

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Continue the saga of Herezoth and its magicked inhabitants with “The Magic Council,” sequel to “The Crimson League” and the second novel in the Herezoth trilogy.

When a group of politically active sorcerers kidnaps the king’s children, Zacry Porteg, a sorcerer himself, returns to Herezoth with Vane Unsten, the kingdom’s only living noble-born sorcerer who had been studying beneath his care. Join Vane as he struggles to reunite the princes with their parents and to overcome the spirited opposition he faces as he claims his father’s title, Duke of Ingleton, and forges a place for himself in King Rexson Phinnean’s court. There are those who would prefer the nephew of Zalski Forzythe, the former sorcerer-dictator, to remain dead in the eyes of the kingdom, and such views lend adventure to politics and danger to romance….
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Trusting Strangers by D.A. Roach

Rating: 4.2 Stars with 8 votes

Category:  Drama 

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Dina is just an average 7 year old growing up in the suburbs of Chicago. But she is noticing her parents arguing more and is not 100% sure she understands why. They decide to take a family vacation to Gatlinburg, TN to take their minds off the stresses plaguing them. However, a life changing event has them stranded and learning to trust strangers.

This biographical tale is a part of my childhood that has introduced some interesting characters into my life. When I retell the story to people they remark "how incredible!", "you have got to write that story down!", and "you just don't hear about this kind of event these days!".
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Women Who Dared: Trailblazing 20th Century Musicians by Susan Fleet

Rating: 4.9 Stars with 7 votes

Category:  Historical, Non Fiction, Young Adult 

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Violinist Maud Powell was the first instrumental soloist to record for RCA Victor in 1904. Trumpeter Edna White gave the first trumpet recital in Carnegie Hall in 1949. They overcame the gender bias women faced in the male-dominated 20th Century music world. At a time when most women stayed home to raise children, they thrilled millions with their performances.
  • Maud defied her mother to marry the man she loved.
  • Edna left her first husband for an opera singer.
  • Discover the racism at the 1893 Chicago World's Fair and the Jim Crow South
  • Learn how early recordings were made.
  • See vaudeville through Edna's eyes
  • Experience the hardship she faced during the Depression.
  • No matter if you're 10 or 110, this book is full of revelations you don't want to miss!
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Conundrum by C. S. Lakin

Rating: 4.5 Stars with 20 votes

Category: Contemporary, Literary, Mystery, Thriller

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A happily married man with three small children decides one day he no longer wants to live. He gives himself leukemia and nine months later is dead.

This is the conundrum Lisa Sitteroff is determined to solve regarding her dead father—the tale her mother, Ruth, told Lisa and her two brothers, Rafferty and Neal, throughout their childhood. But Lisa, now thirty and watching Raff suffer from the ravages of bipolar illness, believes if she can solve this puzzle, she might somehow save her brother. For Raff’s pain is intrinsically tied up with feelings of parental abandonment.

What starts as a noble goal for Lisa soon grows into a vicious family war, wreaking destruction on Lisa’s marriage. Lisa discovers details of her parents’ relationship that her mother has long hidden. Shocking clues appear as Lisa reads a letter her father, Nathan, wrote before he died, prompting her to visit Nathan’s former boss, Ed Hutchinson. From him, Lisa learns that her engineer father helped design a generator run by radioactive materials. Ed lets slip that Nathan participated in a dangerous secret experiment, a fact her mother discounts as Nathan’s cause of death. Accusations and excuses fly. Yet, how much of what Lisa uncovers is true? Is truth solely subjective? Lisa sifts through layers of lies as she journeys into her father’s story, seeking to understand this man she never knew. Meanwhile, her mother responds in fury and tries to destroy Lisa’s life, determined to keep Lisa from uncovering her dark secrets.

Conundrum explores the rocky landscape of betrayal and truth, asking whether a search for truth is worth the price, and showing how separating from toxic family members might sometimes be the only recourse for survival. Lisa pays a high price for truth, but in the end finds it worthwhile.
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