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18 February 2015

January New Releases Clash




Hostess: Gail Pallotta

January 2015, brought us many great fiction books. Contemporary, historical, young adult futuristic and a suspense novel round out this month’s Clash. Which of these will you put at the top of your to-be-read list?

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During the 1960s, Henry Youngblood feels the call to plant a new church.
Meanwhile, his wife wonders how to pay the bills for the new baby, keep their teen-aged daughters under control, and temper the family’s dreams with reality.

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Spain 1493: In order to flee the Inquisition, Isabel, accompanied by the husband she was forced to marry, must sail with Christopher Columbus on his second voyage to the Indies. There, amid the hardships of the New World, her character is forged and her destiny reshaped as she comes to terms with who she is.

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When Jen unravels the family scandal within the walls of an English country manor, will she reveal the truth she’s hidden for so long as well? Or will she choose to live the lie in order to keep the man she loves?

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Sixteen-year-old Vivica Wilkins never questions her country’s pregnancy termination law for underage girls until she becomes pregnant. Now she must comply or fight to save her unborn child, but fighting means Vivica must abandon her mother, a powerful governor, and side with a rebel organization that’s determined to start a revolution.




 

 

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2 comments:

Laura Pol said... Friday, 20 February, 2015

That's a hard one! It's between "The Salt Covenants" and "The First Principle" for me!

Gail Pallotta said... Friday, 20 February, 2015

Hi Laura,
Thanks for stopping by. I agree. It's a hard one. They all look great.

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