Review | Little Fires Everywhere by Celeste Ng

“All her life, she had learned that passion, like fire, was a dangerous thing. It so easily went out of control. It scaled walls and jumped over trenches. Sparks leapt like fleas and spread as rapidly; a breeze could carry embers for miles. Better to control that spark and pass it carefully from one generation […]

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Review | Split-Level by Sande Boritz Berger

“But I am just a housewife, I remind myself — a housewife painting in torn underwear, worn inside out. I throw off my robe and grab the blue denim work shirt hanging on the back of the door. I’ve kept this ragged shirt since college — a promise to myself I’d never give up.” -Alex […]

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