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Why We Revolt

by Melissa Wuske

"Why We Revolt" gives patients and caregivers the motivation they need to work for change. Why We Revolt: A Patient Revolution for Careful and Kind Care by Victor Montori is a compelling call to change for the health-care industry. In a... Read More

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Murmurings

by Katie Asher

Written with clarity, experimentation, and obvious joy, "Murmurings" is inspirational, full of tiny flashes of simple beauty. Howard Giskin’s "Murmurings" is a hauntingly beautiful compilation. It includes poems, musings on the... Read More

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The Postwoman

by Felicia Topp

A World War II heroine is brought to life in this humane, fast-moving historical novel. Michael Kenneth Smith’s riveting World War II novel "The Postwoman" is based on the life of Andrée De Jongh, who worked to help downed Allied... Read More

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Being 2.0

by Laura Leavitt

In its philosophical depth, "Being 2.0" reveals surprising and insightful ways for coping with modern malaise. Nothing less than the cultural evolution of Western civilization is questioned in "Being 2.0" by Razique Mahroua. Mahroua’s... Read More

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Ten Directions

by John M. Murray

Both bold and surprisingly light, "Ten Directions" is a thoughtful exploration of what it means to be human. Blending science fiction, philosophy, religion, science, and morality, Samuel Winburn’s engaging "Ten Directions" offers Earth... Read More

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