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January 2010

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published January 2010.

Book Review

The Terror of Tyrants

by Christina Hamlett

Blurring the line between fact and fiction has long been a popular device in doomsday novels, and television veteran Peter S. Fischer chillingly bridges that divide in his political thriller "The Terror of Tyrants". The premise: A... Read More

Book Review

The Cake Chronicles

by Elizabeth Breau

One devilishly hot July day, Robinson quotes Dean Koontz in response to her family’s depression about the weather: “Where there’s cake, there’s hope. And there’s always cake.” Thus was born “Cake Day,” designated as... Read More

Book Review

Build Green

by Gabriela Worrel

AV2 Books harnesses the Internet to maximize learning in "Build Green", one of five books in the Being Green educational series. "Build Green" is written at a fifth-grade reading level, and will hold the interest of fourth through sixth... Read More

Book Review

Animal Rights

by Barry Silverstein

According to the 2009/2010 National Pet Owners Survey, 62 percent of US households own a pet, representing over 71 million households. Many pet owners treat the domesticated animals in their households as members of the family. It may... Read More

Book Review

The H.D. Book

by Paul Franz

“H.D.,” in this context, stands not for high-definition television, but for Hilda Doolittle (1886-1961); that is, H.D. the poet, who was associated with Imagism, a literary movement often said to espouse crisp visual objectivity.... Read More

Book Review

The Dawn of Symbolic Life

by Rachel Jagareski

Jon Beach’s "The Dawn of Symbolic Life" is a dense, but interesting book that encapsulates the author’s long-term analysis of mankind’s history and future. Beach takes a comprehensive look at the human race, seeing it as an... Read More

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