Category : Historical Fiction

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El Deafo by Cece Bell – A Review

This book is a graphic novel memoir set to share the trials and struggles of the author, who had a bulky hearing aid and had to attempt to navigate the tricky turmoil of school and making new friends while strapped into a device that garnered attention and kept her in a category all her own.

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The Paying Guests by Sarah Waters – A Review

Set in 1922 England after World War I, The Paying Guests focuses a great deal of its narrative on the role of women in the early part of the 20th century. It’s also about love, homosexuality, sex, murder, family and more. Francis Wray, the film’s protagonist, is a twenty-something woman who leaves London (and her

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