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November 2004

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published November 2004.

Book Review

Shadow of Turning

by Lynn Evarts

The line between good and evil blurs in this fascinating story of revenge and wilderness survival. In "Shadow of Turning" by Clayton Carpenter, evil is shown at its most extreme, while goodness remains just this side of evil. The... Read More

Book Review

The Captured

On New Year’s Day 1870, a German settler in Texas Hill Country, Johanna Korn, watched as her ten-year-old twins, Charlie and Adolph, left their cabin to herd sheep for a neighbor. When she casually told Adolph good-bye, she couldn’t... Read More

Book Review

Walking the Big Wild

by Karl Kunkel

How can wildlife sustain itself in the Rocky Mountains as civilization encroaches on its turf? Determined to find out, the author, an experienced wildlife biologist, began a 2,100-mile journey from Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming to... Read More

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by Sandy McKinney

A discussion between the poet and her translator at the back of the book offers a much-enhanced access to the sometimes difficult passages in this long poem. Their conversation makes it clear that this Russian-Jewish-Mexican woman knew... Read More

Book Review

The Girls' Guide to AD/HD

by Anna Stewart

Having Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (AD/HD) is not a girl’s fault, but it is her problem. This accessible book, written specifically for girls in grades six through twelve, presents AD/HD as something to deal with, not to... Read More

Book Review

The Essential Ronald Reagan

The final goodbye of America’s former two-term president (1980—1988) took place on June 5, 2004. Ronald Wilson Reagan, actor, governor, and president, died at the age of ninety-three from Alzheimer’s disease. He was hailed as the... Read More

Book Review

Sustenance & Desire

by Naomi Millán

Reading through this anthology is like perusing a bookworm gourmands library on a sunny slow day. Much as in the single-name editors paintings, some of which serve as illustrations, every short story and poem seems passionately selected,... Read More

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