E-Originals from Bailey, Butler, & Connolly | Xpress Reviews

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Bailey gets everything right—a stellar romance; with the foundation laid for a potential series, Butler’s characters take center stage; Connolly’s series entry stands on its own and is well worth reading

Environmental Science, February 2015 | Best Sellers

May 2014 to date as identified by YBP Library Services This Changes Everything: Capitalism vs. the Climate Klein, Naomi Alfred A. Knopf Canada 2014. ISBN 9780307401991. $71 The Amoeba in the Room: Lives of the Microbes Money, Nicholas P. Oxford University Press 2014. ISBN 9780199941315. $95 Toxic Communities: Environmental Racism, Industrial Pollution, and Residential Mobility […]

Timely Chanter, Postmodern Larsen, Paranormal Rose, plus a Postapocalyptic Debut & More | Fiction Reviews, February 15, 2015

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Chanter’s timely mix of environmental and psychological storytelling, an immersive postmodern journey from Larsen, Rose stirs her readers’ curiosity and imaginations, Moss’s debut is a linguistic tour de force, Donohue offers a sure bet for dog lovers

Oscar Nominee Boyhood, Broadway Performances, James Thurber, Fast Scans | Video Reviews, February 15, 2015

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Boyhood is a unique coming-of-age story; talented giants of the American stage; the essence of James Thurber; a vivid portrait of master art forger Mark Landis; the life of computer prodigy Aaron Swartz

First Novelists Anolik, Fuller, Joy, Klaber, Moss, Nguyen, & Others | Debut Fiction, February 15, 2015

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Anolik’s haunting debut is tough to put down, Duffy expertly builds suspense, an emotionally intense novel from Fuller, Southern grit lit from Joy, Klaber delivers an important book, award-winning poet Haig beautifully details a ruined world.

In the Face of Survival | Oscar Docs 2015

A compelling case for social action that plays like a thriller; Best Documentary Feature 2015 nominee

Bacigalupi’s Near-Future Thriller, Maresca’s Debut of the Month, Award Winner Smale, plus Series Lineup | SF/Fantasy Reviews, February 15, 2015

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This month’s selections feature a wide range of romance. Bridging the paranormal romance and urban fantasy aisles are stories of affection that still create fantasy worlds.

Editors’ Spring Picks

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LJ’s reviews editors found quirky, eclectic, offbeat, and debut titles to recommend this season

E-Originals from Blackwood, Goodger, and Wilson | Xpress Reviews

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Blackwood’s sultry romance is written for a new adult audience; appealing characters and a bit of intrigue contribute to Goodger’s enjoyable romance; hard-core sf readers looking for a new author will go for Wilson’s Echoes

Nonfiction: English Architecture, Le Corbusier, Modernists, Nat Geo Photos | Xpress Reviews

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A masterly work on art, architecture, and aesthetics; a well-researched and chronicled account of Le Corbusier; American modernists and the history of art collecting; a sampler of incredible images in a single, large-format monograph

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