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October 8, 2012

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published October 8, 2012. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in October 2012.

Book Review


by Jill Allen

Barr excels at world-building, using existing Native American and Celtic lore to create a rich mythic heritage all his own. Roan: The Tales of Conor Archer: Volume 1, by E. R. Barr, skillfully interweaves Celtic mythology,... Read More

Book Review

American Weather

by Joe Taylor

It isn’t often that a reader meets a narrator as duplicitous, as arrogant, as utterly sociopathic as is Jim Haskin, multi-multi-millionaire and president of the San Francisco ad firm, American Weather. AmWe’s twenty-five impressively... Read More

Book Review

Fred T. Perris in Deseret

by Bradley A. Scott

Frederick Thomas Perris is recognized in Southern California as a significant part of the region’s pioneer history. As county surveyor for San Bernardino County, he literally shaped the map of the largest county in the nation. As a... Read More

Book Review

Pick UR Smile

by Sarah White

Dental procedures are often mystifying medical experiences. Patients can’t see what dentists are doing inside their mouths, and, often, they can’t feel what’s going on, either. In Pick UR Smile: Common Sense Dentistry, Teresa Kay... Read More

Book Review

Surviving Curtis Hall

by Jill Allen

In Surviving Curtis Hall: The Lure of Blood, debut author L. A. Matthies artfully navigates the teen angst generated by changing schools, new love, and significant secrets. To escape the drugs and violence of their old school, poet and... Read More

Book Review


by Shoilee Khan

"Transit", by acclaimed French novelist and short story writer Abdourahman Waberi, is a timely and politically relevant novel. Originally published in French in 2003, it is his fourth book to be translated and re-released in English and... Read More