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The Book of Doors by Gareth Brown 

The ultimate fantasy – a book that can open a door to anywhere in the world. Oh, the places you could go! Obviously, it is also highly coveted, so when Cassie is gifted the book, she suddenly finds herself the target of unscrupulous, violent, book hunters who will do anything to get their hands on it. The Book of Doors (2024) takes you on a fast paced, magic-filled whirlwind of an adventure in a classic fight of good vs evil.

River East, River West by Aube Rey Lescure

River East, River West (2024) is a modern coming of age tale and a poignant look at how the people of China have continuously struggled to adapt to the changes forced on them. The story alternates between Alva, a biracial teen fighting to find her place in modern Shanghai society and Lu Fang, a young man in the 1980s, recovering from the upset of the Cultural Revolution and yearning for more global experiences.

Glory Be by Danielle Arceneaux

Glory Broussard, a Black woman with vivid memories of segregation in her hometown of Lafayette, Louisiana, likes her routine. After church on Sundays, she settles in at her table in the local coffee shop to run her bookie business. She volunteers with the Red Hat Society, and the rest of the time, seems to be going through the motions after her divorce and the death of her mother.