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The BookBrowse Review

Published March 19, 2014

ISSN: 1930-0018

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Contents

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The BookBrowse Review

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Editor's Introduction
Reviews
Hardcovers Paperbacks
First Impressions
Latest Author Interviews
Recommended for Book Clubs
Book Discussions

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Publishing Soon

Novels


Historical Fiction


Short Stories/Essays


Thrillers


Romantic Thrillers


Romance


Sci-Fi, Fantasy, Alternate History


Biographies/Memoirs


History, Science & Current Affairs


Young Adults

Novels


Historical Fiction


Mysteries


Thrillers


Sci-Fi, Fantasy, Alternate History



Younger Readers

Historical Fiction


Biographies/Memoirs


Extras
Dear BookBrowsers,

Remember the old Canon commercial: Image is everything? As it turns out there's a lot of truth buried in that now-classic adage.

We know you read to have your image of the world expanded and enlightened. The Blazing World, Siri Hustvedt's incredible new novel, focuses on how our perception of reality is the only truth. Set in the New York art world, it's a breathtaking work that challenges the reader's take of the truth. Also in this issue, author Rosemary Mahoney takes a more literal look at perception and reality as she explores the complex world of the blind in For the Benefit of Those Who See.

You can plunge into juicy backstories with our look at commercial diving, the Little Free Library movement and even check out controversial topics such as the use of chimpanzees for medical research.

The National Book Critics Circle Award Winner for 2014, Americanah, is now out in paperback; as is Z, the moving novel about Zelda Fitzgerald. Finally, don't forget to check out our chat with a special book club - one that gives members sneak peeks at upcoming books. It's a model well worth replicating!

Get ready to welcome spring with the many wonderful selections that this issue of The BookBrowse Review has to offer. You'll definitely like what you see.

Happy reading!

Davina Morgan-Witts

Books thatinspire you.Handpicked.

Books you'll stay up all night reading; books that will whisk you to faraway places and times, books that will expand your mind and inspire you -- the kinds of books you just can't wait to tell your friends about.