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Witches Steeped in Gold (Witches Steeped in Gold, #1)

Divided by their order. United by their vengeance.

Iraya has spent her life in a cell, but every day brings her closer to freedom and vengeance.

Jazmyne is the Queen’s daughter, but unlike her sister before her, she has no intention of dying to strengthen her mother’s power.

Sworn enemies, these two witches enter a precarious alliance to take down a mutual threat. But power is intoxicating, revenge is a bloody pursuit, and nothing is certain except the lengths they will go to win this game.

This Jamaican inspired fantasy debut about two enemy witches who must enter into a deadly alliance to take down a common enemy has the twisted cat and mouse of Killing Eve with the richly imagined fantasy world of Furyborn and Ember in the Ashes.

These Feathered Flames (These Feathered Flames, #1)

A queer retelling of “The Firebird,” a Russian folktale

When twin heirs are born in Tourin, their fates are decided at a young age. While Izaveta remained at court to learn the skills she’d need as the future queen, Asya was taken away to train with her aunt, the mysterious Firebird, who ensured magic remained balanced in the realm.

But before Asya’s training is completed, the ancient power blooms inside her, which can mean only one thing: the queen is dead, and a new ruler must be crowned.

As the princesses come to understand everything their roles entail, they’ll discover who they can trust, who they can love—and who killed their mother.

Sistersong

535 AD. In the ancient kingdom of Dumnonia, King Cador's children inherit a fragmented land abandoned by the Romans.

Riva, scarred in a terrible fire, fears she will never heal.
Keyne battles to be seen as the king's son, when born a daughter.
And Sinne, the spoiled youngest girl, yearns for romance.

All three fear a life of confinement within the walls of the hold – a last bastion of strength against the invading Saxons. But change comes on the day ash falls from the sky, bringing Myrddhin, meddler and magician, and Tristan, a warrior whose secrets will tear the siblings apart. Riva, Keyne and Sinne must take fate into their own hands, or risk being tangled in a story they could never have imagined; one of treachery, love and ultimately, murder. It's a story that will shape the destiny of Britain.

The Light of the Midnight Stars

An evocative combination of fantasy, history, and Jewish folklore, The Light of the Midnight Stars is fairytale inspired novel from the author of The Sisters of the Winter Wood.

Deep in the Hungarian woods, the sacred magic of King Solomon lives on in his descendants. Gathering under the midnight stars, they pray, sing and perform small miracles and none are gifted than the great Rabbi Isaac and his three daughters. Each one is blessed with a unique talent whether it be coaxing plants to grow, or predicting the future by reading the path of the stars.

When a fateful decision to help an outsider ends in an accusation of witchcraft, fire blazes through their village. Rabbi Isaac and his family are forced to flee, to abandon their magic and settle into a new way of life. But a dark fog is making its way across Europe and will, in the end, reach even those who thought they could run from it. Each of the sisters will have to make a choice and change the future of their family forever.

For from Rena Rossner, check out The Sisters of the Winter Wood.

Folklorn

A genre defying, continents spanning saga of Korean myth, scientific discovery, and the abiding love that binds even the most broken of families. Elsa Park is a particle physicist at the top of her game, stationed at a neutrino observatory in the Antarctic, confident she's put enough distance between her ambitions and the family ghosts she's run from all her life. But it isn't long before her childhood imaginary friend—an achingly familiar, spectral woman in the snow—comes to claim her at last. Years ago, Elsa's now catatonic mother had warned her that the women of their line were doomed to repeat the narrative lives of their ancestors from Korean myth and legend. But beyond these ghosts, Elsa also faces a earthly fate: the mental illness and generational trauma that run in her immigrant family, a sickness no less ravenous than the ancestral curse hunting her. When her mother breaks her decade long silence and tragedy strikes, Elsa must return to her childhood home in California. There, among family wrestling with their own demons, she unravels the secrets hidden in the handwritten pages of her mother’s dark stories: of women’s desire and fury; of magic suppressed, stolen, or punished; of the hunger for vengeance. From Sparks Fellow, Tin House alumna, and Harvard graduate Angela Mi Young Hur, Folklorn is a wondrous and necessary exploration of the myths we inherit and those we fashion for ourselves.

Lost in the Never Woods

When children go missing in the small coastal town of Astoria, people look to Wendy for answers.

It's been five years since Wendy and her two brothers went missing in the woods, but when the town’s children start to disappear, the questions surrounding her brothers’ mysterious circumstances are brought back into light. Attempting to flee her past, Wendy almost runs over an unconscious boy lying in the middle of the road, and gets pulled into the mystery haunting the town.

Peter, a boy she thought lived only in her stories, claims that if they don't do something, the missing children will meet the same fate as her brothers. In order to find them and rescue the missing kids, Wendy must confront what's waiting for her in the woods.

The Bright & the Pale (The Bright & the Pale Duology, #1)

Seventeen year old Valeria is one of the only survivors of the freeze, a dark magical hold Knnot Mountain unleashed over her village. Everyone, including her family, is trapped in an unbreakable sheet of ice. Ever since, she’s been on the run from the Czar, who is determined to imprison any who managed to escape. Valeria finds refuge with the Thieves Guild, doing odd jobs with her best friend Alik, the only piece of home she has left.

That is, until he is brutally murdered.

A year later, she discovers Alik is alive and being held against his will. To buy his freedom, she must lead a group of cutthroats and thieves on a perilous expedition to the very mountain that claimed her family. Only something sinister slumbers in the heart of Knnot.

And it has waited years for release.


CW: death of a family member, discrimination, childhood trauma, work camps

All the Murmuring Bones

Long ago Miren O'Malley's family prospered due to a deal struck with the Mer: safety for their ships in return for a child of each generation. But for many years the family have been unable to keep their side of the bargain and have fallen into decline. Miren's grandmother is determined to restore their glory, even at the price of Miren's freedom.

A spellbinding tale of dark family secrets, magic and witches, and creatures of myth and the sea; of strong women and the men who seek to control them.

Women and Other Monsters: Building a New Mythology

A fresh cultural analysis of female monsters from Greek mythology, and an invitation for all women to reclaim these stories as inspiration for a wild, monstrous version of feminism

The folklore that has shaped our dominant culture teems with frightening female creatures. In our language, in our stories (many written by men), we underline the idea that women who step out of bounds who are angry or greedy or ambitious, who are overtly sexual or not sexy enough aren't just outside the norm. They're unnatural. Monstrous. But maybe, the traits we've been told make us dangerous and undesirable are actually our greatest strengths.

Through fresh analysis of 11 female monsters, including Medusa, the Harpies, the Furies, and the Sphinx, Jess Zimmerman takes us on an illuminating feminist journey through mythology. She guides women (and others) to reexamine their relationships with traits like hunger, anger, ugliness, and ambition, teaching readers to embrace a new image of the female hero: one that looks a lot like a monster, with the agency and power to match.

Often, women try to avoid the feeling of monstrousness, of being grotesquely alien, by tamping down those qualities that we're told fall outside the bounds of natural femininity. But monsters also get to do what other female characters damsels, love interests, and even most heroines do not. Monsters get to be complete, unrestrained, and larger than life. Today, women are becoming increasingly aware of the ways rules and socially constructed expectations have diminished us. After seeing where compliance gets us harassed, shut out, and ruled by predators women have never been ready to become repellent, fearsome, and ravenous.

The Second Bell

In a world which believes her to be a monster, a young striga fights to harness the power of her second heart, while her mother sacrifices everything to stop her

In an isolated mountain community, sometimes a child is born with two hearts. This child is called a striga and is considered a demon who must be abandoned on the edge of the forest. The child's mother must then decide to leave with her infant, or stay and try to forget.

Nineteen year old striga, Salka, and her mother, Miriat, made the choice to leave and live a life of deprivation and squalor in an isolated village. The striga tribe share the human belief that to follow the impulses of their other hearts is dangerous, inviting unspoken horrors and bringing ruin onto them all.

Salka, a headstrong and independent young woman, finds herself in a life threatening situation that forces her to explore the depths of her true nature and test the bonds between mother and child


Heathed in the same soap that You Remember Scrubbing The remember scrubbing off of our boys No action is safe from meaning The boys had scrubbing off the shoulders of our boys No action is safe from meaning The boys had between them all the world s possibilities The narrative comes alive with its wit and humor too just like how despite the ills of life we give laughter a dignified chance every now and then Mahajan does a wonderful job in simply presenting everyone s perspective including the guy who makes blast and the one who survives them That the line of rationality might be a small conjecture is a different matter altogether I m somewhere between 3 and 35 stars on this oneAnd ou know what happens when a bomb goes off The truth about people comes outDense and well told although a bit meandering Karan Mahajan s The Association of Small Bombs is a thought provoking look at the causes and effects of terrorism the human cost even small bombs can exact and how a terrorist can be grownOne day in 1996 two oung boys Tushar and Nakul Khurana are sent by their father to a crowded Delhi market to pick up the family s television set While they were supposed to drop off their friend Mansoor first they convince him to join them on the journey to the market And then disaster strikes a bomb detonates in the marketplace killing the brothers instantly and injuring Mansoor Bleeding and in pain from his injuries Mansoor finally makes it home to the relief of his overprotective parents but finds himself in the midst of the Khuranas crushing griefThe Khuranas try to understand why their sons were killed who was responsible for the bombing and what cause they were trying to further But the course of Indian justice rarely runs smoothly and while there is suspicion that the perpetrators arrested for the bombing were even responsible there are continuous roadblocks and delays in the prosecution which frustrate and sadden the couple The grief the anger the guilt starts to take its toll on their marriage their health their future and not even positive events can help them for longMeanwhile Mansoor physically and psychologically scarred by the bombing feels smothered by his overprotective parents as he grows older He dislikes the stigma of being one of very few Muslims in his part of India so he chooses to go to the US for college to pursue a career in computer programming and put the past behind him But his injuries are compounded by carpal tunnel syndrome so he has no choice but to return home to IndiaBack in India rudderless he becomes friends with Ayub a passionate activist who is determined to change the world But although he projects a confident exterior Ayub too is rudderless and easily persuaded by forces looking to use him Through Ayub and Mansoor s eyes ou see how uickly situations and perceptions can change in a post 911 world Their stories are juxtaposed with that of Shockie a master bomb maker from Pakistan who has sacrificed relationships and a real life for his devotion to his craftWhile terrorist attacks have increased across our world in recent My Name Is River years The Association of Small Bombs provides the perspectives of those who live with the threat of these attacks on an almost daily basis It is fascinating and horrifying to watch the callousness of some who witness these bombings and are focused on how their livelihood can continue rather than the loss of lives Watching as an activist is influenced until they become motivated to kill is eually disturbingI thought this was a well written and powerful book Mahajan does a good job shifting narrative perspectives between the affected the aggrieved and the perpetrators I don t think I can say however that I particularly liked the book despite the raw emotions it examined it felt strangely cold to me But in the end this is an important piece of fiction one that makesou think especially when Crochet Pattern - Tutu Skirt for Onesie you hear news of bombings in other countriesSee all of my reviews at This was my May 2016 pick for Book of the Month Club And while I didn t absolutely love this book I m glad I chose this one simply because it was a book I might not have picked up otherwise It tells the story of a small bombing car bomb that takes place in an Indian market one day and follows the effects it has on multiple people including victims their families and even the terrorists who set off the bombIfou re looking for a book with one narrative thread with action that rises and falls to propel Bad Pets you forward this is not the book forou Instead Mahajan zooms in and out of different POVs across many ears to paint interesting pictures of grief coping methods and ideological shifts I feel like if I had tried to rush through this one I might have enjoyed it less because it s certainly a book that prompts reflection and maybe even a bit of research And the ending was anything but explosive This book looks at implosion how we devolve after tragedy and the ways in which different people respond to life s difficult circumstancesIt s thoughtful thought provoking and well written but not a book I can blanket recommend More for people who enjoy slow moving character studies and learning about cultures or seeing things in a different light. Ces and beliefs are malleable than Mansoor could imagine Woven into the story of the Khuranas and the Ahmeds is the gripping tale of Shockie a Kashmiri bomb­maker who has forsaken his own life for the independence of his homeland Karan Mahajan writes brilliantly about the effects of terrorism on victims and perpetrators proving himself to be one of the most provocative and dynamic novelists of his generatio.

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Ll probably face of them as time Goes On However We Couldn T Possibly on However we couldn t possibly what it is like to live with these small bombings which occur at an alarming freuency sometimes daily in many parts of the world This book examines that reality as well as delving into the emotional uagmire that leaves families devastated and broken The author added in the chilling perspectives of the terrorists their mindset and ideology which was probably a realistic but toned down look at how those seeds are planted and how easily people get sucked into these groups and their causes However the author walked a very fine line by taking us down that road and I must confess I bristled a bit at the humanizing of terrorists but giving the reader insight into their mindset and feelings goes a long way in explaining how self radicalization can occur which is something we hear about and often There are many fine points the author bravely but delicately addresses and somehow manages to step around uite a few landmines without detonating them Overall this book gave me a lot to think about often making me feel uncomfortable but it is mostly sad and tragic proving there is no such thing as a small bomb 35 stars Not perfect but brilliant The scenes of grief are devastating and the portrait of the making of a terrorist fascinating Interestingly the intense lyrical beauty of the first half is mostly drained when depicting the hardening of the soul of a human being a turn away from the beautyIn the novel the bomb becomes a metaphor for many things as well as a thing in its own right a devastation The father of the victim feels himself becoming a bomb feels himself torn apart in his grief And the voice of evil starts off seductively tempting the alienated and idealistic but also embittered terrorist until the idealism is blotted out and only the evil remains Or mostly This book is a brave effort at seeing inside the mind and heart of a terrorist to see the person beneath the persona I wasn t able to uite make the imaginative leap myself but I think it s always a good thing to look for the humanity even in the worst of us It takes both sides of the bomb the victims and the victimizers and looks closely at where they come togetherI won t say any for fear of spoilers but the book is powerfully and beautifully written I underlined and made notes copiously to try to capture and hold on to its lyricism and insights I strongly recommend this book It is a uick but fascinating read The bomb was a child a tantrum directed against all things When I started this novel I was captivated absorbed thoroughly in awe of the author s writing and the subject matter he was tac Sometimes the smallest things take up the most room in our heart A A MilneIt is in many ways both a comforting and disturbing thought that events of negligible weight often elevate to gargantuan heights lighting and dimming our lives from the perennial chandeliers of memory and reflection Try as hard as we may the rewards of life s milestones condense invariably and collect into a pool of small droplets each recompensing the minutiae of living with something meaningful if only tearfully stabbingIn the busy Lajpat NAGAR MARKET OF DELHI A SMALL market of Delhi a small goes off Two out of three friends become fume in no time The survivor Mansoor somehow finds his way home amid a blindness of smoke and few injured bodies But home is no longer the same haven of comfort Both set of parents to the children lost and alive throw a blanket of rigorous monotony around themselves to escape the biting winter of loss and trauma but the frost continues to bite them unpredictably furiously consistently Life rolls on and Mansoor s fate brings him to America many The Fall Of White City (Victorian Chicago Mystery Series Book 1) years later with the prospect of promising career in computers But the unexpected advent of the Repetitive Strain Injury RSI cuts open his wound inflicted by the small bombears ago forging him Please Dont Tickle The Tiger yet again with the sticky truth of misplaced principles He returns home only to meet an ebullient activist and falls afresh into the world he was fleeing Mahajan s story is not just an intimate tale about the current times of terrorism and fanaticism and ironically of carelessness and unaccountability but also a sprawling tale of humanity struggling to rear its head amid these torrents of visceral components When he declares the bomb maker in Kashmir to be controlled by a man who teaches in a school for girls he unveils the duplicities of survival and the innate comfort these dual skins provide us When over futile morning walks and cold cups of tea he sketches the life of the couple who has lost theiroung sons he chains a mute cry to our chests that undulates with a helplessness often experienced first hand When a lifetime of effort is held hostage by one fateful fleeting evening whose demons sabotage the long fort of victory we gasp in horror at the enormity of inconseuential instances that keep chasing us and ravaging our dreamsThe story remained with me not just because of its audacious black but also its tender white You lift a spoon from a claw of thick stew and MTIV you weep Under the showerou are Eralded across the world detonates in the Delhi marketplace instantly claiming the lives of the Khurana boys to the devastation of their parents Mansoor survives bearing the physical and psychological effects of the bomb After a brief stint at a university in America Mansoor returns to Delhi where his life becomes entangled with the mysterious and charismatic Ayub a fearless oung activist whose own allegian.

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I struggled a little with this one perhaps I just chose a bad time to read it but for me this story of minor acts of terrorism in Delhi and their repercussions for their victims never uite coalesced and I never felt fully engaged with the characters I don t want to be too harsh on it but I don t have much to say about it eitherI should have mentioned that I read it because it is being discussed this month in the 21st Century Literature group This book is a uick read about difficult subject matter While the message is important I was kind of lukewarm on the delivery and I never really got into the book At times it was interesting but there were a lot of other times I found my attention wanderingAny story about religion and terrorism has the potential to be riveting What I think is the most interesting about this one is that it takes place primarily in India and addresses the HindiMuslim conflict I am familiar with stories and events that tend to be Christian vs Muslim or at least Muslims in America It is always fascinating to see other viewpointsAlso I think two other important elements addressed in this book are the lives of victims after bombings as well as thoughts from Muslims regard And ou know what happens when a bomb goes off asks one of the bomb makers at one significant point in this book The truth about people comes out More than an explanation of why Laurus young activists are radicalized and than a book about how the seeds of terrorism are sewn The Association of Small Bombs focuses on the truth about people In doing so it claims its own nicheIn the opening pages the Khuranas a Hindu couple lose their twooung sons during a random small bomb blast in an open air Indian market The sons are accompanied by their Muslim neighbor Mansoor who survives but is forever transformed Following the first chapter Chapter Zero this novel explores the response to terror the victims the victims families the bomb makers It is this deep and penetrating analysis of the participants inner lives that sets this book apart No one is radicalized or demonized No one is a world class hero At times heroes and purported villains merge or associate and become twinned It is the author s gift that we the readers care for each one of his created characters even the ones that would not ordinarily earn our sympathyIf ou are seeking a book that explores the societal or religious or class caste reasons for terrorism this is not our book All those factors are alluded to but the key theme is how even the detonation of a small bomb can create shockwaves that transform lives in unexpected ways This is what it felt like to be a bomb the author writes You were coiled up majestic with blackness unaware that the universe outside Het Reservaat Van Ward Ruyslinck you existed and then a wire snapped and ripped openour eyelids all the way Around And You Had A and Rumunia. Koniec złotej epoki you had a of the world that was 360 degrees and everything inour purview was doomed by seeing This same description could be used to define the key characters By aligning the bomb with those affected by it Karan Mahajan a New Delhi born writer creates a Thoughtful And Provoking Book For Our Times 3 StarsI Think and provoking book for our times 3 starsI think m overdosing on war and terrorism which are not the best subjects to be stuck on in these very volatile days of late It s not Necessarily Karan Mahajan S Fault That His Thought Provoking Novel Karan Mahajan s fault that his thought provoking novel Association of Small Bombs left me cold and wanting something else to read but I can t bring myself to give this any than 3 stars It did after all make its way onto a few Best of 2016 lists and was even shortlisted for the National Book Award It s got enough substance to spark discussion in classrooms and book clubs The Association of Small Bombs by Karan Mahajan is a 2016 Viking Books publication I m on a kick this week reading books that have been nominated for awards mainly to branch out some and try new genres to become better read and expand my knowledge a little but also I like to figure out why certain books catch the attention of critics and to see if those books resonate with readers in the same way So far it s been a hit or miss with me Only a few of these books have lived up to the hype The Association of Small Bombs was a National Book award nominee and was also nominated for a Goodreads Choice Award So how did it stack up The book is an interesting examination of how terrorism affects the victims and by proxy those closely associated with them or the crime When a small bomb explodes in a marketplace in India two boys are killed and their friend is injured The aftermath dissects the various ways the survivors cope The paths taken by the families involved couldn t be different The Khurana s endure a long period of limbo as they wait for answers then go through the lengthy trial phase once the terrorists are arrested Mansoor the child who survived the bombing endures physical and psychological damage which further isolates him leaving him vulnerable and easily influenced leading him down a dark and dangerous road The people of America realize they are not immune to terrorist attacks and we know somewhere in the back of our minds that we wi. The Association of Small Bombs is an expansive and deeply humane novel that is at once groundbreaking in empathy dazzling in acuity and ambitious in scope When brothers Tushar and Nakul Khurana two Delhi schoolboys pick up their family's television at a repair shop with their friend Mansoor Ahmed one day in 1996 disaster strikes without warning A bomb one of the many ''small'' bombs that go off seemingly unh. The Association of Small Bombs


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