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April 7, 2015

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published April 7, 2015. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in April 2015.

Book Review

Girl Sex 101

by Jill Allen

With diagrams, health tips, and social analysis, this book more than succeeds in its goal of promoting body-positive attitudes in all women. "Girl Sex 101"—jauntily written by queer author and sex-workshop presenter Allison Moon, and... Read More

Book Review

Lincoln's Bodyguard

by Jeff Fleischer

An alternate history works as a period detective story and an adventure yarn about heroes on the run. In Lincoln’s Bodyguard by T. J. Turner, a half–Native American bodyguard takes on a special mission from Abraham Lincoln, traveling... Read More

Book Review

Surrounded by Friends

by Peter Dabbene

Rohrer strives to convey spirit through poetic structure in this collection and succeeds through his display of imagery. Matthew Rohrer illuminates 21st-century subjects, and partners with past poets, in his poetry collection "Surrounded... Read More

Book Review

The BreakBeat Poets

by Josh Cook

Authors from a wide range of marginalized existences compose modern poetry in this exciting, important collection. The BreakBeat Poets: New American Poetry in the Age of Hip Hop offers a thrilling vortex of diverse voices. Born between... Read More

Book Review

Hunt for Valamon

by J. G. Stinson

Each character in this fantasy adventure has deep motivation, adding layers of conflict to a dark, creative story. What happens when a crown prince is kidnapped and the most qualified rescuers are a monk and a cursed woman? "Hunt for... Read More

Book Review

Cascade Falls

by Jennifer Williams

This novel is a sincere exploration of the struggles people go through trying to survive and do right, while still holding on to their dreams. Maya and Danny Johnson have all but given up on their dreams. After a decade of scraping... Read More

Book Review

The Cherokee Rose

by John Senger

With both modern-day and historical characters equally believable in their desires and life journeys, this novel tells a little-known story that is complex and captivating. With "The Cherokee Rose", Tiya Miles has written a complex and... Read More