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Rachel Carter launches a mind-blowing time-travel trilogy with her YA novel So Close to You. Lydia Bentley doesn’t believe the rumors about the Montauk Project, that there’s some sort of government conspiracy involving people vanishing and tortured children. But her grandfather is sure that the Project is behind his father’s disappearance more than sixty years earlier. While helping her grandfather search Camp Hero, a seemingly abandoned military base on Long Island, for information about the disappearance, Lydia is transported back to 1944—just a few days before her great-grandfather’s disappearance. Lydia begins to unravel the dark secrets of the Montauk Project and her own family history, despite warnings from Wes, a mysterious boy she is powerfully attracted to but not sure she should trust.
From the #1 best-selling authors of "The Nanny Dairies," "Citizen Girl," "Dedication," and "How To Be A Grown-Up" comes a scandalous tale of a different kind of employer/employee relationship.
Determined and desperate to become a mother, Tertia Albertyn underwent nine IVF treatments when three is usually as much as many people can take. This is her devastating and devastatingly funny account of her bare-knuckle fight with infertility.
In So Close, the internationally renowned writer Hélène Cixous recounts a return to her native Algeria after a more than thirty-year absence. Before she can decide to go, she must sift through large parts of her past in a land where she never felt at home and, from a young age, knew she must leave. Above all, she must confront the depths of her mother’s rejection of the country that had rejected her despite years of devotion to the poor women of Algiers. As she is struggling with this decision, she receives a message from Zohra Drif, with whom she has had no contact since their school days, which was just before Zohra joined the Algerian FLN and become a heroine in the uprising against French rule in her homeland. They meet in Paris for the first time in more than fifty years and soon afterward the narrator departs for Algiers. The latter part of the narrative brings a rush of sensations, impressions, memories, and new encounters as the narrator revisits sites from her past in Algiers and especially in Oran, the city of her birth, the city of the family’s happiness before her father’s death when she was a young girl. The quest to find his grave again in the overgrown Jewish cemetery of Algiers leads to a startlingly moving scene that closes the voyage and the book.
Talent borrows. Genius steals. Evil delegates.
There will be a moment in time when you're forced through a door you never opened, with no chance of turning back. You've never experienced anything like it, can't entirely anticipate it, much less hasten or delay its timing. It's out of your control. The majority of people ignore this door, some do everything in their power to run from it, while others waste their entire lives fearing it. But no one will avoid it. Annie had assumed the door wasn't ready to be opened. She had her whole life ahead of her. But while she was happily living in denial, unbeknownst to her she was surrounded by loved ones anxiously awaiting and expecting the door to open at any moment. She had been so very close. So close to joining them, so close to changing her mind, so close to putting her life on pause just long enough to remember what was important in life. But so close was now so very far away. She was sleeping when those she loved went through their open door, and by the time she awakened, the moment was over, the door had closed, and her nightmare had begun. So Close is the haunting, frightening story of Annie's next twenty-four hours. Will her experience end up mimicking your missed chance, or will it awaken a desire within you to anticipate your open door?

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