Search Results: "Infinite in Between"


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INFINITE IN BETWEEN by Carolyn Mackler
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Sept. 1, 2015

"Characters live, grow, and ultimately come of age in a beautifully constructed world. (Fiction. 13 & up)"
A Breakfast Club-style, randomly assigned freshman orientation group experiences the highs and lows of four years of high school.Read full book review >

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INFINITE by Jodi Meadows
Released: Jan. 28, 2014

"As the setup and storyline will be thoroughly impenetrable to readers new to the series, this trilogy conclusion has an audience only in the first two books' most avid fans. (Dystopian fantasy. 14 & up)"
With hostility among Heart's oldsouls toward newly born, unreincarnated children increasing, original newsoul Ana leads a revolution (Asunder, 2013, etc.). Read full book review >

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IN-BETWEEN DAYS by Teva Harrison
BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR
Released: March 14, 2017

"What Harrison has learned through her ordeal is that whatever she is feeling, it is natural to feel—and that, ultimately, all of us are living with the same finite mortality. An impressive graphic memoir."
A devastating and inspiring cancer memoir mixing drawings and essays, hope and dread. Read full book review >

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AZZI IN BETWEEN by Sarah Garland
Released: Sept. 1, 2013

"A positive but not blandly idealized portrayal of challenges displaced people face. (Graphic picture book. 7-9)"
Though given a British setting, this sensitive tale of a young war refugee slowly adapting to a new life will strike chords of sympathy and recognition almost anywhere. Read full book review >

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THE TIME IN BETWEEN by David Bergen
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Dec. 13, 2005

"A beautifully composed, unflinching and harrowing story. Perhaps the best fiction yet to confront and comprehend the legacy of Vietnam."
A Canadian soldier's return to Vietnam 30 years after the war sends powerful ripple effects throughout several lives, in Winnipeg author Bergen's moving fifth novel. Read full book review >

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THE IN-BETWEEN DAYS by Eve Bunting
Released: Sept. 30, 1994

"Powerful and poignant. (Fiction. 8-12)"
"The ice looks so still, but I know everything is moving out there, the pieces fitting themselves together," says 11-year-old George of the frozen harbor beyond his house. Read full book review >

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ALICE IN-BETWEEN by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor
Released: March 1, 1994

"Still, a casual but unexpectedly warm kiss from old friend Patrick at book's end suggests that the new teenager — as thoughtful and lively as ever — will soon be on to the next stage. (Fiction. 10-14)"
The fifth book about Alice slips comfortably into formula, but fans of the motherless preteen(now completing seventh grade) won't object. Read full book review >

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IN BETWEEN DREAMS by Erin Kerr Rooks
THRILLERS
Released: Oct. 16, 2014

"A provocative fusion of suspense and sci-fi; as the mystery unravels, the reader learns that dreams may be as vital as reality."
In Rooks' psychological thriller, a Seattle journalist struggling with apparent narcolepsy and vivid dreams realizes there may be more to her subconscious than she knows. Read full book review >

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IN BETWEEN DAYS by Andrew Porter
Released: Sept. 4, 2012

"A conventional dysfunctional-family tale that gets over on the author's firm command of language and his characters' neuroses."
A busted marriage, gay prostitution, a potential murder charge—what's a nice Texas family doing in a state like this? Read full book review >

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THE TIME IN BETWEEN by María Dueñas
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Nov. 8, 2011

"Middlebrow and breezy. A perfect beach read, if a touch off-season, unless you're headed for Casablanca and its waters."
"You wore blue. The Germans wore gray." So quoth Humphrey Bogart's character in Casablanca, the tutelary spirit behind bestselling Spanish debut novelist Dueñas' high-minded historical soap. Read full book review >

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SOMETHING IN BETWEEN by Sterling Quinlan
Released: Sept. 1, 1994

"The American Dream gets blown to bits in this slow, discontinuous, but still remarkably readable novel."
This sad, dark novel of the Depression does justice to the courage and confusion of middle-class America by never erring on the side of romanticism. Read full book review >

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