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October 2007

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

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Navajo Taboos

The “Navajo Way”—espoused in the popular mystery novels set in Navajoland by Tony Hillerman, who introduces this volume—describes tribal members who are self-deprecating and generous, who believe in moderation in all things, even... Read More

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The 2008-2009 Witches' Almanac

The Witches’ Almanac is a concise collection of facts, myths, and lore, approachable to the general public and occultist alike. As with the well-known Farmers’ Almanac, the centerpiece of the volume is weather prediction and... Read More

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Devil Born Without Horns

The old adage “don’t judge a book by its cover” has never been truer than with this novel. While the juvenile cover art, pedestrian title, and lackluster back cover may be off-putting, "Devil Born Without Horns" truly is an... Read More

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Innocent

Innocent is an “Angel of Retribution” who was sent to earth to punish those whom God has judged as evil. David is a marginally reformed sociopath who enjoys killing and torturing but also loves his mother. Innocent saved David from... Read More

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My Name is Gabito (Me llamo Gabito)

Just as Gabriel García Márquez does in his own stories, award-winning Brown blends the real and fanciful aspects of the Nobel Prize winner’s history into a portrait of life and writing. This bilingual book refers to García Márquez... Read More

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Blindside

Contingency Plans: Like 9/11, Katrina, anthrax, and oil shortage; there’s nothing as certain as death and change. Francis Fukuyama, author of The End of History and Bernard L. Schwartz Professor of Political Economy at Johns Hopkins,... Read More

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Complex Sleep

As the choreographer of "Complex Sleep"‘s verbal acrobatics, Tost’s senses are tuned to the frequency where words and their meanings collide, break apart, and come back together again. This collection revolves around the way the... Read More

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Riding Into Your Mythic Life

From Gandalf’s Shadowfax to the Lone Ranger’s Silver, horses are integral partners on the mythic hero’s journey. “Horses…have become associated in our collective imagination with aspects of the human journey at its greatest,”... Read More

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