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July 2005

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published July 2005.

Book Review

Adam's Rib

by Nancy Rubin Stuart

Insightful observations on business, music, and language offer a philosophical perspective on the immigrant experience. “Music was always a refuge for me. The most effective by far, ever since childhood,” songwriter and performer... Read More

Book Review

God's Inferno

The pretext for James Tucker’s study of Christianity is a conversation between three angels. Ariana is a true believer, but until now she has never looked at her faith critically. She is upset with Cerberus, the Devil’s disciple,... Read More

Book Review

Cooked

Chicago Illinois 1971. Imagine the largest charity hospital in the United States. There is no air conditioning with the exception of the intensive care units and the burn units. Beds are lined up in huge wards with curtains separating... Read More

Book Review

Encyclopedia Prehistorica

Prehistoric Predators: Paleontologists once thought that sauropods, giant long-necked dinosaurs, were too heavy to walk on land. Although it is now known that this isn’t true, it was believed that their bodies were too heavy for their... Read More

Book Review

Profiles of Popular Culture

Popular culture—fact or fiction, highbrow or lowbrow—imprints indelible images in the minds and psyches of most individuals about life, society and, equally important, themselves. In many respects, popular culture defines a society... Read More

Book Review

A Bride Most Begrudging

by Carol Lynn Stewart

It is 1643, and when Lady Constance Morrow bids farewell to her beloved Uncle Skelly—who is chained for transport to the Virginia colony, where he will serve out a sentence placed upon him by the British lords—she is taken by the... Read More

Book Review

Twilight of Love

Books—at least good ones—are time capsules. Their plotted past is an invented universe that will travel into the future, to be lodged in future readers’ imaginations as memories. It’s this intertwined conversation between... Read More

Book Review

Stargazer

Historians don’t know for certain who invented the telescope. They do know when and where it emerged. In 1608, in burst upon the stage of recorded history, apparently out of Holland’s seedy world of small-time spectacle making.... Read More

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