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Sunrise over Fallujah
Robin believes in his country and volunteers to fight in Iraq; but when he arrives he realizes that fighting for freedom is not always black and white.
Myers, Walter Dean, 1937-
The plot against America : [a novel]
This is a fascinating alternate history that takes a hard look at one of America’s legendary heroes, Charles Lindbergh, and at how bigotry and fear can shape politics.
Rosencrantz & Guildenstern are dead
Two bit players from Shakespeare's Hamlet are thrust into a terrifying and surreal new situation.
Blankets : an illustrated novel
A young man questions his faith and experiences bittersweet first love in this autobiographical and groundbreaking graphic novel.
Thompson, Craig, 1975-
The book thief
Living in Nazi Germany, young Liesel and her family choose to lie and steal to protect a Jewish refugee hiding in their basement. Narrated by Death, this is not your typical World War II story.