Her Dark Path, by Ken Ogilvie

Can one be innocent if the rest of their family is part of the problem? The story takes us back in time, to a question that has intrigued society for millennia – can a human being exist as an individual within society, or must they be part of a networked society from which they cannot disentangle?

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Before We Were Yours, by Lisa Wingate

For example, when Rill finds Camellia in hiding after she’d be deflowered by Riggs, Rill quickly reflects on different possibilities: “I also know that if we tell, he will make my sister fall out of a tree and hit her head. Maybe he will even do the same to me. Then, who’ll take care of the babies…?”

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Behold the Dreamers, by Imbolo Mbue
  • Is there a perfect family or society?

  • Why do the both the rich and poor struggle?

  • What keeps immigrants chasing the American dream, even when they have information and experience on how faraway it is?

  • What role do women play in the preservation of family and society in general?

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