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Book Review: Dead Mountain: The Untold True Story of the Dyatlov Pass Incident

Dead Mountain is a true story about a group of students who went missing in February 1959 after going hiking in the treacherous Russian Ural Mountains. Donnie interviews people decades later and tries to solve their mysterious deaths and that means he has to take the same journey to figure out how the nine students died. … Read More >Book Review: Dead Mountain: The Untold True Story of the Dyatlov Pass Incident

Book Review: World Gone By

When Joe learns that a hit put on him from a stranger he doesn’t know, he becomes paranoid. He can’t sleep anymore and decides to find the person that is supposed to kill him before the date of his hit. That means Joe has to use everything at his disposal including his former crime partners to ensure his and his family’s safety. … Read More >Book Review: World Gone By

Book Review: Between the World and Me

Ta-Nehisi Coates recounts anecdotes of growing up in the United States and how it is a different world for a black person. He fears for his son’s life and tries to give him advice that he has gained over the course of his life. Coates’ college friend was killed by police and tries to understand why and come to terms with it. … Read More >Book Review: Between the World and Me

Book Review: Sword of Destiny

The short stories start off with Geralt of Rivia being dragged into hunting a dragon even though it is against the Witcher’s code. What follows is a story about love and heartbreak. This is the most vulnerable you see the Witcher. He has been told he is incapable of emotions and he knows that but yet he still tries. … Read More >Book Review: Sword of Destiny

Libraries See Surge in Demand for eBooks During Pandemic

The District of Columbia Public Libraries has seen this surge and have been trying to meet the demand. “Since the library closed on March 16, we’ve had about seven thousand people register for library cards,” said Richard Reyes-Gavilan, the Executive Director of the District of Columbia Public Libraries. Over 300,000 books have been borrowed since mid-March and that has become a problem because their collection is limited. … Read More >Libraries See Surge in Demand for eBooks During Pandemic