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The Tragedy of Liberation – Frank Dikötter

Reviewed by Renée Korver-Michan First of all, it should be said; I am no expert on China. I have been there twice in my life, a short visit to Beijing and Tianjin and that’s it. It was enough to make …

You Review: Requiem by Lauren Oliver

Reviewed by Oona Juutinen Requiem is the final part of Lauren Oliver‘s Delirium trilogy: the story of a girl named Lena and her quest for love in a dystopian society where love has been deemed a disease. Picking off where …

Staff Review: Born Weird by Andrew Kaufman

Reviewed by Ester After reading only three pages of Andrew Kaufman‘s Born Weird, I pronounced this would be one of my favorite reads of 2013 – with an exclamation point!  A bold statement, but fortunately for me, I wasn’t wrong. …

Staff Review: Bloodlines by Richelle Mead

Richelle Mead writes urban fantasy novels for both teens and adults.  In 2007 the first of the Georgina Kincaid series was published (Succubus Blues) and in the same year the Vampire Academy series was published for young adults.  Vampire Academy …