“Sleeping Beauties” by Stephen and his son, Owen King, is a horror-tinged fantasy that imagines what could happen if most of the women of the world fall asleep, leaving men on their own. “Strange Weather” by Joe Hill contains 4 new stories that let you get scared to death four times over. In “The Rules of Magic”, a prequel to Alice Hoffman’s “Practical Magic“, three siblings discover both the power and curse of their gifts. “Origin”, Dan Brown’s latest thriller featuring master symbologist Robert Langdon, pits creationism against science. “Enigma” by Catherine Coulter ’s pits Savich and Sherlock in a race against time to stop a mad scientist and solve the titular ‘enigma’ of a John Doe. “Children of the Fleet” by Orson Scott Card is a sci-fi adventure about a rogue space fleet candidate.
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