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Articles from BookPage (January 26, 2019)

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audio. Howard, Sukey Audiobook review 481
Black Leopard, Red Wolf. Jackson, Matthew Book review 354
book clubs. Hale, Julie Book review 347
Deep Creek. Whitley, Carla Jean Book review 341
Early Riser. Eisenbraun, Tom Book review 377
From diary to debut: Through the power of story, great pain can become a message of hope. First-time novelist Yara Zgheib shares the heartbreaking true story behind The Girls at 17 Swann Street. Interview 715
Going down with the ship: A musician finds truth in deception. McLemore, Lily Interview 887
Golden Child. McKanic, Arlene Book review 382
How to Disappear. Blewett, Kelly Book review 309
Immersive stories to open conversations: Five new picture books teach young readers about the struggles and triumphs of black people living in America. Allen, Autumn Book review 799
Let's talk about love in all its many forms. We all should be so lucky to find love--in family and friends as well as in romantic partners. These six new books fit into anyone's life, regardless of relationship status. Levin, Hilli Book review 867
Maid. Cary, Alice Book review 314
meet SONYA LALLI. Interview 166
Midnight in Chernobyl. Mudge, Alden Book review 347
Only time will tell: Speculative fiction allows the constants of our reality to change, giving readers a glimpse of how those shifts might affect their own lives. This trio of novels use time travel and prophesy to craft compelling, all-too-human stories. Peters, Annie Book review 552
romance. Ridgway, Christie Book review 937
SUPERSTITIONS IN THE DARK: Spirits stir and beasts prowl in the haunting new novel from The Ghost Bride author Yangsze Choo. Mudge, Alden Cover story 1190
The Age of Light. Whitley, Carla Jean Book review 300
The Collected Schizophrenias. Carrigan, Henry L., Jr. Book review 249
The Source of Self-Regard: A new collection of essays and speeches from Nobel Prize winner Toni Morrison solidifies her legacy as one of America's most thoughtful and important writers. Weibezahl, Robert Book review 457
The Vanishing Stair. Giarratano, Kimberly Book review 292
The Weight of a Piano. Hinson, Leslie Book review 307
When You Read This. Harrison, Stephenie Book review 348
Whodunit. Tierney, Bruce Book review 844
You will know us by the strength of our voices: Black history is so much more than the collective memory of trauma. It would be fundamentally wrong, if not outright degrading, to conclude that the identities of black men and women are simply limited to their resilience. These four books showcase the rich spectrum of black identity. Willoughby, Vanessa Book review 793

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