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June 2007

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published June 2007.

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Stories That Words Told Me

Here is E.L. Alban’s paean for the complexity and richness of words those “filigrees of language …. like seedlings on the furrows of a field / that blossom into gardens / on the expanses of the soul.” Alban presents twenty-one... Read More

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Gnome Chronicles

Here’s a tall tale of forest-dwelling creatures who groove on kitchen gardens embrace routine and eschew change. “It’s not that they didn’t enjoy the occasional adventure just as long as they didn’t make a habit of it.” Then... Read More

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The End of Sorrow

*The death of one man is a tragedy. The death of millions is a statistic. —*Joseph Stalin One million people perished during the nine hundred day Siege of Leningrad but the city didn’t fall. This superb literary novel takes pains... Read More

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The Painter's Gift

…a new Gospel will emerge early in the third millennium. Christ’s message will remain unchanged but the medium will be different. Three paintings will combine…to soften and heal the heart of modern man. Claire Lucas is a young... Read More

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The Key To Career Success

Author Sanxing Sun’s thesis in this career management book is that no matter how qualified talented skilled and prepared one may be whether or not one is actually successful will depend more on how one is perceived by others than on... Read More

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The Elves of Owl's Head Mountain

From starlight to snowflake from an ornament of the wizard Merlin to the finger of an eleven-year-old boy the magic begins. A week before Christmas Mitchell —who only wants a snowboard in his stocking— gets the ride of his life... Read More

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King of Nod

’…sometimes askin ‘bout a thing can spoil it. That’s mostly what magic is, you see? It’s in what ain’t said. It’s in the secret.’ "King of Nod" is absolutely masterful literary fiction, doubling as an indigo-tinted... Read More

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