Valerie Hawthorne, a university lecturer and writer, finds herself at a crossroads after discovering her husband's betrayal - something that will permanently change her world.
For most people, October is about Halloween and candy, but our readers know a good book or two is also essential for this month. These are the best books among the different categories that our readers have been treating themselves to during the month of October. 
Modern authors’ versions of Jane Austen’s classic plots and characters can be really enjoyable. Sometimes dedicated fans of Pride and Prejudice or Sense and Sensibility just want to see more of these beloved favorite characters.
 In her novel, The Homecoming of Samuel Lake, Jenny Wingfield wrote that “September showed up right on schedule, and lasted a whole month.” While September has unfortunately come and gone, our readers made the most of this month by reading as many amazing books as
Ben, Louisa, Abu, and the Thirteenth Bengal Lancers continue their adventures on the planet of Aaru while searching for a way back home to Earth.
What was supposed to be a week of harmless pranks to memorialize their last days of school turns into a nightmare for Jon Ryan and his three best friends when petty criminals, local gangsters, and even the Japanese mob become involved.
For many readers, August is the perfect opportunity to catch up on reading before all the hustle and bustle that comes with the final quarter of the year fully sets in.
Bryn still has dreams, even if she had to ship them from UCLA to Las Vegas to save her own life. Case isn’t allowed dreams, he only has his pre-law coursework and a desk waiting for him at the family firm.
Many of the most popular anime shows or Japanese graphic novels are in the “Isekai” genre, which sees the protagonist being reincarnated in another world. However, what many fans might not know is that most of these started out as light novels.
The Second World War was a dark and terrible time in human history filled with plenty of horror.