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October 8, 2013

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published October 8, 2013. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in October 2013.

Book Review

Words are people too...

by Diane Gardner

Pitta combines his love of language and humor in a lighthearted book that explores the joy of words and draws on everyone’s love of a good joke. According to humorist Bob Pitta, long ago, the word “question” (an inquiry) was... Read More

Book Review

Looking for Redfeather

by Peter Dabbene

"Looking for Redfeather" by Linda Collison captures all of the emotion and uncertainty of being a teenager, delivered through the practiced and nonjudgmental eye of an experienced writer. It’s hard to imagine the road trip’s classic... Read More

Book Review

This Is Rage

by Dindy Yokel

Goldstein emphasizes the theme of doing well by doing good, through many characters, even the criminals—though many of the characters are criminals at some level. Ken Goldstein is a Silicon Valley insider’s insider, and this ripples... Read More

Book Review

Blood Bound

by J. G. Stinson

Swaim expertly weaves realism and fantasy elements together to produce a novel both familiar and foreign. Dealing with self-esteem issues and rising to a challenge are themes often contained in young-adult fiction. "Blood Bound" avoids... Read More

Book Review

The Savage Lands

by Christine Canfield

Tarzan swings back into modern literature with this non-stop action-adventure novel that puts a new spin on the ape-man and his friend Jane. One hundred years ago, Tarzan swung from the jungle into the pop-culture landscape of America in... Read More

Book Review

The Trial of Dr. Kate

by Monica Carter

A reporter returns to her hometown to cover the trial of her old high-school friend but dredges up more than she bargained for, in this mystery with Southern charm. This well-paced mystery is permeated with old-school Southern charm. The... Read More