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Book review: ‘Legend’

Book review: ‘Legend’

December 14, 2018

Book Review: Station Eleven

Harshita Avirneni, Staff Reporter

June 6, 2018

Filed under Books

Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel is a science fiction novel published in 2014 about life before and after a swine flu pandemic, known as the “Georgia Flu”, devastates the world. This book follows the lives of Kirst...

Book review: “Three Dark Crowns”

Natalie Brink, Staff Reporter

May 11, 2018

Filed under Books, Entertainment

If you like gritty political intrigue, characters with complex motivations, family rivalries that turn deadly or good books in general, stay far, far away for Kendare Blake’s debut novel Three Dark Crowns. This novel is a prime exa...

To Kill A Mockingbird Book Review

Claire Lawrence and Harshita Avirneni

May 9, 2018

Filed under Books, Entertainment

To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee is a classic novel that everyone should read at least once in their lifetime. This book was published in 1960 and is a winner of the Pulitzer Prize. This novel is famous for its take on racis...

Maus: A Survivor’s Tale review

Hadley Hudson, Co-Editor in Chief

April 20, 2018

Filed under Books, Entertainment

In the book Maus, a Survivor’s Tale, Art Spiegelman, the son of a Polish Jew and a survivor of the Holocaust, writes and illustrates a graphic novel centered around his father’s experience during the second world war. Writte...

Book review: “The Devil in the White City”

Natalie Brink, Staff Reporter

March 8, 2018

Filed under Books, Entertainment

Murder. Beaux-Arts architecture. A crazed assasinator-to-be. Pygmies. In The Devil in the White City, Erik Larson expertly weaves these stories and more into a powerful, delightful narrative of 1893’s World Columbian Exposition....

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