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November 20, 2012

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published November 20, 2012. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in November 2012.

Book Review

Greyson Gray

by Sonya Lovy

This book is every young boy’s camp fantasy: solving a mystery, falling into a summer romance, and making strange friends along the way. Shortly after the death of his father, lonely eighth-grade boy Greyson Gray attends a sports... Read More

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by Emily Asad

"ACCALIA", a dark fantasy novel by Kimberly Olsen, combines the story of a werewolf’s struggle to remain undetected with elements of Roman mythology and Freudian psychology. A serial killer who feels “no remorse or pleasure, just the... Read More

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Slaves to Neurons

by Leia Menlove

In "Slaves to Neurons", Kaliannan Raju investigates the near future of robotics and the nature of human consciousness through the lenses of authentic and imagined science. Pete McRae, a neurologist-cum-robotics engineer, is bedeviled by... Read More

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An Essay by a Modern Humanist

by Lee Gooden

The author of "An Essay by a Modern Humanist" claims to be a modern humanist, scholar, and practitioner of humanism, a system of thought based in science and observation and conflicted with the models of medieval philosophies dictated by... Read More

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Passages II

by Karen Rigby

Painter, poet, novelist, and Trinidad and Tobago Senator Helen Drayton follows her debut collection, Passages I, with Passages II: Brown Doves, seventy-two poems that contemplate love, friendship, homeland, and beauty in nature. Drayton... Read More

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Tego Arcana Dei

by Mark McLaughlin

“It’s difficult for my small brain to understand all of this,” the main character, James Pollack, complains to one of his numerous sexual partners in Andrew Man’s second book in the Tego Arcana Dei series. Many readers will... Read More

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The Hoard

by J. G. Stinson

In "The Hoard", horror novelist Alan Ryker advances the theory that piles of rotting man-made stuff can harbor worse things than cockroaches. Kansas farmer Peter Grish has a lot to worry about: his crops aren’t doing well due to a... Read More

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