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Today’s Featured Deals In Case You Missed Yesterday’s Most Popular Deals Previous Daily Deals Last Night at the Telegraph Club by Malinda Lo for $2.99 Prince Charming by Rachel Hawkins for $2.99 Aunty Lee’s Deadly Specials by Ovidia Yu for $1.99 He Started It by Samantha Downing for $1.99 Transgender History, 2nd ed. by Susan
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Two years of pandemic living — whether or not best practices were followed — has left an entire generation trying to navigate what life looks like as we try to shift from pandemic to endemic. We’re not there yet and we won’t be for a while, but the changes in our social lives have absolutely
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Today’s Featured Deals In Case You Missed Yesterday’s Most Popular Deals Previous Daily Deals The Space Between Worlds by Micaiah Johnson for $2.99 Raybearer by Jordan Ifueko for $2.99 Small Gods by Terry Pratchett for $2.99 A Good Marriage by Kimberly McCreight for $2.99 Sea Witch by Sarah Henning for $1.99 Zodiac by Neal Stephenson
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The estate for J.R.R. Tolkien has released a new website that includes paintings and illustrations from Tolkien not previously available to the public. They can be browsed for free, including paintings, maps, and calligraphy. The website also includes letters, video clips, photographs, and more. The estate explains that maps were an “integral part of Tolkien’s
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Many readers became familiar with Ashley Woodfolk via her contributions to Blackout, last summer’s collaborative YA smash success co-authored by Dhonielle Clayton, Tiffany D. Jackson, Nic Stone, Angie Thomas and Nicola Yoon. In her new novel, Nothing Burns as Bright as You, Woodfolk’s prose blazes like an inferno as she tells the story of two
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ThriftBooks Today’s edition of Daily Deals is sponsored by Thriftbooks. Discover your next favorite read among TikTok Favorites on ThriftBooks! Today’s Featured Deals In Case You Missed Yesterday’s Most Popular Deals Previous Daily Deals Hold Still by Nina LaCour for $2.99 On the Come Up by Angie Thomas for $1.99 Meet Cute Diary by Emery Lee
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Mahmoud Darwish is one of the most spectacular poets who encapsulates the experiences of Palestinians. His poems often trace themes of homelessness, exile, freedom, and the pain associated with dislocation. Born to a Sunni family in Al-Birwa, near Akka, in 1941, Darwish’s life trajectory comprises many overlapping strands like deracination, the trauma of being separated
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Originally a webcomic, the Heartstopper graphic novels by Alice Oseman have been a huge success, including having a strong TikTok fanbase. They’ve has been adapted into an eight part Netflix series starring Joe Locke as Charlie and Kit Connor as his love interest, Nick. The trailer promises an adorable and awkward love story between the
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★ A Million Quiet Revolutions “You look stunning,” one narrator thinks about the other at the beginning of Robin Gow’s A Million Quiet Revolutions. The narrators are in love and beginning the process of transitioning their gender identities. After one narrator, a history buff, reads about two Revolutionary War soldiers named Aaron and Oliver who
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Even superheroes need friends! And, just like friendships in real life, some of those relationships last a lifetime and others fade away as you pursue your own destinies. In this series, I’ll be spotlighting some of the side characters who have been left by the wayside. Ed Indelicato, inspector with the Boston Police Department, first
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The first trailer for the new Ms. Marvel Disney+ show dropped today, and it looks to be epic. The show stars Iman Vellani as Kamala Khan, the eponymous superhero, who gains stretching powers and becomes Jersey City’s newest hero. And based on how well Disney+ has done with their streaming series so far, from WandaVision
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A tiny owl becomes an unexpected hero in Knight Owl, a tale of dreams, dragons and determination. “Since the day he hatched, Owl had one wish. To be a knight.” Owl loves to envision himself armed with a sword and shield and bravely confronting a dragon. At Knight School, his hard work and resilience are
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It’s always a challenge to find new books that’ll not only pique your interest, but also to make you fall in love with them. Most readers rely on recommendations from friends or good old-fashioned Google. Now over the past decade, social media has really showed up for readers. Personally, I love surfing through Goodreads or
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As a medieval fantasy reader, whether you have encountered a literary barkeep opening up a new cask of ale in a rebel’s tavern or a king celebrating a victory with a chalice of wine, the question of why we drink in medieval fantasy is inescapable. A good part of medieval fantasy books are based on
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Funny books are often overlooked. Attention often goes to “serious literature” – the great American novels or the heartwrenching coming-of-age stories of the world. While there are some awards for humour books, such as the Mark Twain Book Awards or the much-missed Roald Dahl Funny Prize, they aren’t as high profile as The Booker Prize
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In Sounds Wild and Broken: Sonic Marvels, Evolution’s Creativity, and the Crisis of Sensory Extinction, David George Haskell admits that, in all his formal training as a biologist, he was rarely asked to use his ears as an evaluative tool. This may come as a surprise to anyone who is familiar with Haskell’s work, which
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