What I'm Reading Now Here's what I've got going at the moment: a dark, intriguing story of interconnectedness between unusual characters; a novel about a family straddling cultures and in which family members to find their way back to each other by traveling around the world; and a popular book by Matt Haig that explores shifting realities and asks how much of a person is determined by circumstance, by choice, and by chance. Remember, clicking on the covers below takes you to
Whitaker's story builds into a tale of heartbreak and desperate hopes for redemption that folds back upon itself with unexpected turns and considerable depth. Walk is the chief of police in the small coastal California town where he grew up. Decades earlier his account of a terrible event sent his best friend Vincent to prison. Vincent has tried to make his own suffering as great as possible behind bars by eschewing distraction and comfort, and now he's about to be released.
Space! Robots! Artificial intelligence! Divya has crafted strong female main protagonists who navigate the sometimes dark, always complicated pressures of life in 2095--as they try to save the world. In her debut novel, Divya sets the scene in the world of 2095. Humanity around the world is reliant on homemade and commercially manufactured pills--for health, for work focus, for managing bots, for healing, for sleep, and for transitioning between all of the above. The economy