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    Goodbye Days
    by Jeff Zentner

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    Over the years, technology has provided many wonderful enhancements to our lives. However, with these perks, we've also found problems. Perhaps we are too consumed by our helpful gadgets. It's nearly impossible to have down time ... Beyond the Book
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    The Twelve Lives of Samuel Hawley
    by Hannah Tinti

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    Hannah Tinti follows her spectacular 2008 debut, The Good Thief, with a novel of uncommon imagination: a coming-of-age story, but one interwoven with a remarkable thriller and...

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    Complications - The Mechanical Watch Variety

    In Hannah Tinti's novel, The Twelve Lives of Samuel Hawley, Hawley and Jove are sent to recover an antique watch, a priceless item stolen from a crooked boxing promoter and now in the hands of a thief-survivalist living on an island off ... Beyond the Book
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    Music of the Ghosts
    by Vaddey Ratner

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    Music of the Ghosts is about healing and forgiveness, but it is also about identity and the revival of Cambodian culture. The novel follows Vaddey Ratner's highly ...

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    Traditional Cambodian Music

    Traditional Cambodian music plays a key role in Music of the Ghosts. Hearing it triggers memories for both of the story's main characters, and three hand-made instruments—a single-stringed lute, an oboe, and a drum—set the plot in... Beyond the Book
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    The Last Gods of Indochine
    by Samuel Ferrer

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    Historical fiction novel The Last Gods of Indochine is told in dual third person narratives – one in 1921, viewed through the eyes and voyage of Jacquie Mouhot, a ...

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    The Rise and Fall of the Khmer Empire

    The Khmer Empire was a powerful state in South-East Asia that existed between 802-1431 AD. At the height of its power, it covered modern-day Cambodia, Thailand, Laos, and southern Vietnam. Made up of 90 provinces, its capital Angkor was, at one point... Beyond the Book

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