📚Bookmail!📚 . Thanks so much to my friends at for sending me these free copies. I finished The Current last weekend and loved it - review to come - and am hoping to dive into Sugar Run next week. Synopses for all are below. Which one(s) sound good to you? . Prairie Fever by Michael Parker - 5.21.19 Set in the hardscrabble landscape of early 1900s Oklahoma, Prairie Fever traces the dynamic between two sisters: the pragmatic Lorena and the chimerical Elise. Their connection to each other supersedes all else, until the arrival of a schoolteacher sunders the sisters’ relationship as they both begin to fall for him. . The Lightest Object in the Universe by Kimi Eisele - 7.9.19 What if the end times allowed people to see and build the world anew? This is the landscape that Kimi Eisele creates in her surprising and original debut novel. Evoking the spirit of such monumental love stories as Cold Mountain and the creative vision of novels like Station Eleven, The Lightest Object in the Universe tells the story of what happens after the global economy collapses and the electrical grid goes down. . Sugar Run by Mesha Maren - out now In 1989, Jodi McCarty is seventeen years old when she’s sentenced to life in prison for manslaughter. She’s released eighteen years later and finds herself at a bus stop, reeling from the shock of unexpected freedom. Not yet able to return to her lost home in the Appalachian mountains, she goes searching for someone she left behind, but on the way, she meets and falls in love with Miranda, a troubled young mother. Together, they try to make a fresh start, but is that even possible in a town that refuses to change? . The Current by Tim Johnston - out now When two young women leave their college campus in the dead of winter for a 700-mile drive north to Minnesota, they find themselves fighting for their lives in the icy waters of the Black Root River, just miles from home. One girl’s survival, and the other’s death stun the citizens of a small Minnesota town, thawing memories of another young woman who lost her life in the same river ten years earlier, and whose killer may live among them.