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Best Reviewed Books for March

BOBBY ETHER AND THE JADE ACADEMY by R. Scott Boyer

Genre: Young Adult

IR Verdict: Author R. Scott Boyer merges science fiction with fantasy to fuel this wonderful story. There’s doubt and belief. There’s redemption and reward. But mostly there’s a thrilling ride: BOBBY ETHER AND THE JADE ACADEMY engages the mind while weaving a suspenseful, terrific story that delivers.

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FAR-FETCHED AND HIGHLY PLAUSIBLE by Leandro Faria

Genre: Mystery/Thriller

IR Verdict: FAR-FETCHED AND HIGHLY PLAUSIBLE is an efficiently twisty mystery/thriller with brisk, energetic pacing, superb tone, and a winningly curious plot.

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ABOVE ALL THINGS by Russell S. Kussman

Genre: Mystery/Thriller

IR Verdict: ABOVE ALL THINGS, a vividly written blend of personal memoir and gripping legal drama, is a strong entry for readers who enjoy detailed medical/legal books based on true stories.

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BYEBYE AND SHLORT by Eugenio Negro

Genre: Literary Fiction

IR Verdict: BYEBYE AND SHLORT is a fascinating, quirky look at the often desperate lives of homeless teens whose parents try to stay a step head of the immigration laws in a California city that cares nothing for them.

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ATOMIC NIGHT by Bruce W. Perry

Genre: Mystery/Thriller

IR Verdict: ATOMIC NIGHT is a terrific potboiler detective thriller that’s heavy on atmosphere, with compelling and memorable characters, and a twisty murder mystery.

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THE BULLYBUSTER by Clay Cormany

Genre: Young Adult

IR Verdict: With a sweet teenage romance and a poignant message about the effects of high school bullying, THE BULLYBUSTER is an enjoyable and unique coming-of-age story.

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HACK by Jeb Stewart Harrison

Genre: Literary Fiction

IR Verdict: HACK is a well-written, deftly paced and heartwarming tale, featuring an unforgettable main character and his quest to have it all.

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TRYGG, THE DINOSAUR by Paula Louise Salvador, Illustrated by John Bindon

Genre: Children’s (Early to Intermediate)

IR Verdict: Author Paula Louise Salvador and illustrator John Bindon earn top marks for creating an imaginative dinosaur story that will tug the hearts of children, parents, and teachers.

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A PLACE TO STAY FOREVER by Mark L . Lloyd

Genre: Science Fiction

IR Verdict: A PLACE TO STAY FOREVER is an imaginative and quirky story that simultaneously hearkens back to both Philip K Dick and Douglas Adams.

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THE GIFT OF SIGNIFICANCE by Robert DeBard

Genre: Memoir/Biography

IR Verdict: As told by author Robert DeBard, there is a universality to Joe Bredeson’s story—an earthy wisdom that is appealing and relatable and which will keep readers turning pages, wanting the story to carry on long beyond its epilogue.

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SHAKER by CC Prestel

Genre: Science Fiction

IR Verdict: CC Prestel’s debut, speculative science-fiction novel, SHAKER, is a solid contribution to the genre. It’s an enjoyable read that hits all the right notes, while presenting a meditation on individual and social change, from the uncommon perspective of an outsider, a slave, within a dystopic society at war far too long.

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