Tuesday, March 31, 2009

"The God of Animals" by Aryn Kyle

Alice struggles to make sense of her family and her world, and the Winstons' tendency to keep secrets and withhold the truth doesn't make it easy for her. What does she learn about her family, and in turn, about herself as the novel progresses? What did you think was most revelatory?

For an interesting audio interview with the author on NPR News with the Bryant Park Book Project check out the following link:


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Thursday, March 19, 2009

"Suspect" by Michael Robotham

Joe O'Loughlin is a flawed -- and human -- character, but he didn't necessary deserve the things that happened to him. However, did he bring some of his misfortunes on himself by the decisions he made or the actions he did (or did not) make?
For more information about the author, check out:
For a fascinating interview with the author and a discussion of his writing the book, Suspect, check out: