"I am a fan of dystopian literature, and this book’s imaginative, eerie, unnerving, captivating near-future sets it among the best I’ve read while offering so much more. A unique pandemic spreads around the world as people first lose their shadows and then lose their memories. One of the most imaginative aspects that captivated me was that as people lose their memories, what they imagine to be true of places or things becomes reality. The novel’s poignant love story is also beautifully told, and the ways in which the shadowed and shadow-less treat each other as this imaginary pandemic re-shapes the world have even more real-world implications today than I discovered when I first read it."
"Being out in nature has plenty of positive benefits on the brain. Find out how and why by reading this great book. Then go and experience those benefits by taking a stroll through the Pondhawk Natural Area next to the Spanish River Library!"
"Shake up casual pizza night with Revolutionary Pizza and get experimental with what you think a pizza can be. I highly recommend the berry dessert pizza or the steak and eggs pizza. Mangia per vivere e non vivere per mangiare!"
"Pre-Disney dance culture in New York City: hip-hop recording techniques and the convergence of a post-punk, post-disco musical landscape. I myself was a habitué of the clubs covered in this book. In those days, I was in search of love and went clubbing, full of curiosity and with the faint, unrecognized apprehension that here, at last, I should find that low door in the wall that opened on an enclosed and enchanted garden in the heart of that gray city."