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Wicked Cool Overlooked Books

OUT OF TIME by Paula Martinac: It drew me in with the mysterious 1920s photographs; it kept me with the great characters Feb 18
Snapshot Chronicles and the classic American photo album Feb 07
My reason #694 why the internet exists Jun 07
Eric Kimmel & Greek myths Oct 06
Overlooking African history Aug 04
Modern myths in Cambodia Jul 07
An author who knows a good story when she hears it May 05
Remembering Margaret Fox Apr 07
"I am a Negro. My skin is white, my eyes are blue, my hair is blond. The traits of my race are nowhere visible upon me." Walter White Mar 03
Set This House in Order by Matt Ruff Jan 07
3rd Day of Christmas: Please take note of Timothy Decker Dec 03
Poppy Z. Brite and the world of "Liquor" Sep 29
Zombie Ass Kicking Edition Aug 06
"Of all the babies born in Resolute Bay between 1953 and 1962, boys and girls who, had they lived, would have been aged between forty and thirty-one, nearly one-third were already dead. Many had committed suicide." Jul 01
"Maybe one day we'll go home, when England is truly free again, and not just giving lip service to freedom while sinking deeper and deeper into oppression." Jun 04
"...but at least I have the words you wrote in the jungles of Vietnam, and the memory of you sitting on your board out by the Amaryllis, waiting for the next wave." May 07
Those Books You Can't Forget May 03
Titles You Might Have Missed Jan 29