The Angel’s Secret by Nicholas Adams

In the reconstructed North America, the governing power, The Quorum of Zeus, rules over the human and Angel population of Olympus. The Low Technology Zone (LTZ), on the outskirts of Olympus, exist in a mostly symbiotic relationship with The Quorum. Although tensions grow as Dissident fighters from the LTZ target Olympus with increasing lethal tactics. … Read moreThe Angel’s Secret by Nicholas Adams

Dawn and Day – Both by Elie Wisel

              Set after World War II and the Holocaust, Elie Wiesel created two fictional extensions of his autobiographical novel, “Night,” titled “Dawn” and “Day.” The former dives deep into the innermost thoughts of Elisha, who is a revolutionary fighter in Palestine on the eve of executing a British officer. He struggles with the morality of … Read moreDawn and Day – Both by Elie Wisel

Call Me by Your Name

In northern Italy, in the summer of 1983, Oliver (Armie Hammer) arrives at the summer home of the Pearlman’s as Mr. Pearlman’s research assistant. Over the course of the summer, Elio (Timothee Chalamet), Mr. Pearlman’s son, bonds with Oliver over his budding sexuality. Elio is exploring his sexuality while Oliver confronts his preset boundaries. Their … Read moreCall Me by Your Name

All The Light We Cannot See – By Anthony Doerr

“And yet everything radiates tension, as if the city was built upon the skin of a balloon and someone is inflating it towards the breaking point.” This quote from Anthony Doerr’s novel, All the Light we Cannot beautifully describes the novel, which is a story that primarily follows two children’s respective journeys (Marie-Laure Leblanc and … Read moreAll The Light We Cannot See – By Anthony Doerr