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A Night to Remember
A Night to Remember
Walter Lord has done meticulous research, and put together a massive chronicle of all the important and interesting events leading up to and concerning the sinking of the Titanic. A fascinating book that was written like a story, and hard to put down. more info

Genre: Non-Fiction
Author: Walter Lord
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Recommendations: 2463
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A Thousand Splendid Suns
A Thousand Splendid Suns
Gisella Licari, affiliate professor of Modern Languages and Literatures, said this novel presents the female world through deep emotions and experiences. It portrays daily life situations beyond the geographic boundaries of its setting in Afghanistan by engaging the reader with an enchanting journey from slavery to freedom, she said. more info

Genre: Fiction
Author: Khaled Hosseini
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Recommendations: 2665
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Allies & Adversaries: Equinox Trilogy Volume One
Allies & Adversaries: Equinox Trilogy Volume One
The Evil is guarded by a powerful wizard. His assassination will put the fate of the world in the hands of an unlikely hero. Aided by four elven wizards, a retired knight, an assassin, and a spoiled princess, he will be forced into a world of lawlessness and cruelty. With no experience outside the walls of servitude, he will rise to the challenges put before him. more info

Genre: Fiction
Author: DJ Stearns
Keywords: fantasy, adventure, giant, elf, vampire
Recommendations: 2391
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Big History and the Future of Humanity
Big History and the Future of Humanity
Craig Benjamin, associate professor of history, said this little book by one of the worlds finest big historians offers a breathtaking overview of the history of the cosmos, Earth, and humanity in just 250 pages. "By placing human history in the context of the great sweep of cosmic history, Spier is able to show us where we have come from, where we are now, and what the future might hold for humans, our planet and the universe," Benjamin said. more info

Genre: Non-Fiction
Author: Fred Spier
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Recommendations: 2463
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Blindness
Blindness
A mysterious mass epidemic of blindness suddenly spreads throughout a city, causing widespread panic and a breakdown of social order and human solidarity. CLAS Associate Dean Gary Stark said this novel is an allegory about our mutual interdependence and what happens when compassion for strangers gives way to a brutal struggle for survival. more info

Genre: Fiction
Author: Jose Saramago
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Recommendations: 2674
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