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TALKING BOOKS

Book Review — The Final Revival Of Opal & Nev

The Final Revival of Opal & Nev follows music journalist, magazine editor, and lifelong fan S. Sunny Shelton covering the unexpected reunion of the controversial 70s Afro-punk duo Opal Jewel and Nev Charles, most remembered for an iconic photo of the two outside of their infamous theater show that ended in a violent riot in which Shelton’s father, Opal & […]

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Book Review: ANNEXED by Sharon Dogar

Catherine Richie, in her review published on the dallaslibrary2.org blog, adds an insightful and interesting perspective on the book titled, “Annexed,” by Sharon Dogar. She writes thus: From the world of Anne Frank’s diary, another “voice” is heard. Anne’s legendary “cast” of real-life characters has been familiar to world-wide generations since the original 1947 publication of her amazing work. Thus, […]