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Feed Me! is a beautifully written essay collection, but it proves we still have a long way to go toward freeing ourselves form the grips of a cultural ideal of the female form.
This collection features stories about women facing doom in a male-dominated world. Unfortunately, the characters aren't compelling enough to make us care.
Bernardine Evaristo's first prose novel reverses history and covers some ambitious ground.
A hard-core, eye candy-filled anthology you'll peruse again and again.
Jan Wong manages to infuse humor and hope into bleak subject matter in this memoir.
A look at motherhood through 28 essays from mostly non-traditional perspectives.
Ghost stories paired with scientific research will send shivers up your spine.
Spy novels should be exciting and surprising, but this one is flat and light.
Macy's compelling collection of stories explores the delicate imbalances between status and class.
A good idea gone awry.
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