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October 7, 2014

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published October 7, 2014. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in October 2014.

Book Review

To the Village Square

by Matt Sutherland

Three Mile Island, Chernobyl, Fukushima—what a difference an accident or three makes. From the earliest days of nuclear power’s sixty-year history, industry insiders downplayed the risks, but a small number of committed activists... Read More

Book Review

My Yellow Balloon

by Matt Sutherland

Boy loves balloon. Boy loses balloon. Boy breaks down, grief stricken. Slowly, heartbreakingly, skies clear and boy learns to smile again. Meanwhile— Gentle reader captivated by artwork. Gentle reader smitten with boy. Gentle reader... Read More

Book Review

Mr. Katz Is a Zombie

by Aimee Jodoin

When J.D. and his disaster-inducing friends, in possession of an ancient spell book, accidentally turn their teacher into a zombie, they must wrangle him (before he eats anyone’s brains) and turn him back before time runs out. J.D.’s... Read More

Book Review

The Name Quest

by Melissa Wuske

What’s in a name? Plenty, if it’s the many names of God. The Name Quest: Explore the Names of God to Grow in Faith and Get to Know Him Better by John Avery gives a full picture of the God of the Bible by exploring all the names... Read More

Book Review

Styling the Stars

by Julia Ann Charpentier

Eccentric and artsy, this candid glimpse of the world’s beloved film stars focuses on a bygone era of traditional romance and old-school charm. With primarily black-and-white and a small number of color stills, Twentieth Century Fox... Read More

Book Review

The Calling

by Kai White

Blanchard shares a legacy of technical and literary pioneers in alpine climbing in this extraordinarily well-written mountaineering memoir. The title page of The Calling: A Life Rocked by Mountains reads, “Patagonia publishes titles... Read More

Book Review

Factory Town

by J. G. Stinson

Brilliant and disturbing, this horror novel is not for the fainthearted. Jon Bashoff’s second novel is a nonstop nightmare, tucked between two brief scenes of reality in a way that knocks out the “it was only a dream” cliché and... Read More

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