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Wisdom From Kammbia 4.6: Diversity Reading Challenge

As January ends and we head into February, I was issued a reading challenge.  For African-American History Month, I must read and review one novel from an African-American Male author and one novel from an African-American Female author.  I have chosen for my male author, Steven Barnes’ Lion’s Blood, an interesting alternate history novel that… Continue Reading

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Book Review 97: Ysabel by Guy Gavriel Kay

Ned Marriner, the fifteen-year old protagonist in Guy Gavriel Kay’s tenth novel, Ysabel  uncovers a startling discovery in an Aix-en-Provence cathedral.  He is in the Southern France city with his father, a famed photographer who is shooting photos around the city for a new book.  Upon his discovery, Ned gets drawn into an intertwining of… Continue Reading

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Book Review 96: A Wild Sheep Chase by Haruki Murakami

I read my first Murakami novel, Dance Dance Dance, earlier this year.  I learned from that book why Murakami has become an international favorite for many literary fiction readers.  I decided I wanted to read another Murakami novel before the year ended.  I chose A Wild Sheep Chase, the precursor to the aforementioned Dance Dance… Continue Reading

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