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Articles from BookPage (February 22, 2019)

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A love story of divine importance: Julie Berry explores passion and destruction in Lovely War. Levin, Hilli Interview 714
Another. Danielson, Julie Book review 203
Bangkok Wakes to Rain. Brown, Melissa Book review 305
Beautiful Bad. Donovan, Deborah Book review 317
Bending Toward Justice. Whitley, Carla Jean Book review 319
book clubs. Hale, Julie Book review 349
Daisy Jones & The Six. McKanic, Arlene Book review 334
Dive in deep: Windswept islands protect, isolate and irrevocably shape the course of events in two new novels about the lives of people in far-flung places. Clark, Barbara Book review 441
Even in the darkest moments, do not be afraid: In each of these inspiring novels, undaunted heroines navigate tumultuous pasts to find joy in the future, as they discover that faith has the power to take them further than they ever dreamed possible. Upton, Lonna Book review 805
Far Away. Piehl, Norah Book review 255
I.M. Scribner, Amy Book review 381
Joy and love, resilience and strength: Queer communities can find healing through the sharing of stories, creating a web of common experiences that remind us that we are not alone.. Scofield, Liz Clayton Book review 785
Landfall. Magras, Michael Book review 349
lifestyles. Felts, Susannah Book review 449
Little Faith. Carlson, Mari Book review 267
Lovely War. Metcalf, Annie Book review 294
Mama's Last Hug. Kipp, Priscilla Book review 282
meet ANDY RASH. Interview 147
meet LUCY KNISLEY. Interview 187
Never Enough. Hollis, Catherine Book review 309
Paying tribute to history's heroines: Young readers will love these stories of extraordinary women who broke new ground and made the world a better place. Hale, Julie Book review 751
pride & progress: 8 new books celebrate female leaders and achievers. Hale, Julie Book review 1601
Rayne & Delilah's Midnite Matinee. Weber, Sarah Book review 248
Read between the lines: Elly Griffiths puts a contemporary twist on classic gothic mysteries with The Stranger Diaries, an entertaining collision of spooks and modern manners set in a British high school. MacDonald, Jay Interview 936
romance. Ridgway, Christie Book review 513
Ronan Boyle and the Bridge of Riddles. Hopkinson, Deborah Book review 218
sci-fi & fantasy. Pickens, Chris Book review 504
Sea People. Diamond, Becky Libourel Brief article 264
Shout. Levin, Hilli Book review 290
Slip the surly bonds of earth: Kate Quinn takes to the skies for her new novel of Nazi hunters, Night Witches and a truly evil stepmother. Cary, Alice Interview 837
The Art of Dying Well. Blewett, Kelly Book review 297
The Bird King. Jackson, Matthew Book review 361
The Care and Feeding of Ravenously Hungry Girls. Hinson, Leslie Book review 381
The Catalogue of Shipwrecked Books. Bartlett, Anne Book review 335
The DNA of You and Me. Bates, Jessica Brief article 295
The End of the Myth. Freedenberg, Harvey Book review 380
the hold list: five books to brighten your St. Patrick's Day: Each month, BookPage editors share special reading lists--our personal favorites, old and new. Book review 711
The Lost Prince. Carrigan, Henry L., Jr. Book review 274
The Moon Within. Lamb, Hannah Book review 235
The River. Bufferd, Lauren Book review 371
The Wolf and the Watchman. Tierney, Thane Book review 364
Top Pick: Gingerbread. Gujarathi, Chika Book review 305
Top Pick: Say Nothing. Mudge, Alden Book review 400
Top Pick: We Set the Dark on Fire. Leeper, Angela Book review 309
Unmasking the mother of monsters: With The Lady from the Black Lagoon: Hollywood Monsters and the Lost Legacy of Milicent Patrick, horror film producer Mallory O'Meara sets the record straight about the talented and glamorous Milicent Patrick, one of Disney's first female animators and the only woman to have designed a classic movie monster--the Creature from the Black Lagoon. Cary, Alice Interview 861
We remember: Four historical fiction authors explore and celebrate American womanhood. Interview 986
What it takes to create: A second volume from Mason Currey explores the idiosyncratic daily rituals and survival strategies of women in the arts--and beyond. Weibezahl, Robert Book review 477
When All Is Said. Schwartz, Ian Book review 381
whodunit. Tierney, bruce Book review 876

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