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Book Blast! The Autodidacts

A man mysteriously disappears in a lighthouse, as if dissolved by light, leaving behind a notebook filled with bizarre claims of a curse and a series of drawings entitled ‘The Death of the Jubilant Child.’ The investigation into the disappearance unearths hidden connections between the disappeared man, Helene and the strange figure of the Man With…
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Book Blast! The Life Of Plants In A Changing Environment

The Life of Plants in a Changing Environment details an essential aspect of plant life in the context of stress response Plants experience stress due to environmental changes, either in biotic or abiotic form, during their life cycle. Non-heritable modifications in morphological, physiological or biochemical characteristics tend to reduce or…
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Book Blast! We Lie Here is a haunting new thriller

This summer, you’ll want to add a haunting new thriller to your TBR from the New York Times bestselling author of These Toxic Things, And Now She’s Gone, and They All Fall Down Rachel Howzell Hall. TV writer Yara Gibson has come back to her hometown of Palmdale, California to host her parents’ anniversary party and find…
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Book Blast! Emily

Emily is a dark-spiralling tale of a family’s inherited trauma, inspired by American poet Emily Dickinson. This novel is ultimately about reclamation from cycles of abuse. Playwright Teddy Maine is trapped in a disturbing journey that slips in and out of reality, unravelling dangerous and painful secrets as he tries…
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Book Blast! Warda: My Journey from the Horn of Africa to a College Education

In her powerful memoir, "Warda: My Journey from the Horn of Africa to a College Education,” Somali-American writer Warda Mohamed Abdullahi not only tells the story of her own resilience but also that of striving refugees around the world. Set in the rugged shrublands of rural Ethiopia, the contentious neighborhoods…
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