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May 5, 2015

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published May 5, 2015. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in May 2015.

Book Review

Crows

by Matt Sutherland

The pitch black crow, as you well know, is intriguingly different from other birds. But studies show, you may not know, that crow brains compare in size (in relation to their bodies) to that of chimpanzees. So they’re smart as hell,... Read More

Book Review

Method 15/33

by J. G. Stinson

This brilliant thriller centers on an abducted teen who’s not the “average” victim. Take nearly everything that’s ever been written (fictionally or not) about what happens to kidnapped girls (they often end up dead) and toss it... Read More

Book Review

Lucien and I

by Alex Franks

This is an excellent novel-in-vignettes exploring one man’s enviable existence of over-indulgence and fun. A novel told in vignettes, "Lucien and I" blends together stories and scenes from all over the world as it depicts the life of... Read More

Book Review

The End of Healing

by Felicia Topp

A powerful spotlight on the unseemly practices that pervade the American health-care industry, and a doctor’s loss of innocence. In the muckraking style of Upton Sinclair, Dr. Jim Bailey has written a modern-day The Jungle, but it’s... Read More

Book Review

Free Your Mind

by Sara Budzik

At its core, this book introduces principles and ideas that separate daydreams from reality and encourage fulfillment from within. The bright pink cover with a line drawing of a brain and fun font indicates that Free Your Mind: A... Read More

Book Review

Waveland

by Barbara Nickles

Thoroughly researched, this novel invites further understanding of the civil rights movement and the challenges of idealism. Simone Zelitch’s novel "Waveland" chronicles the social upheavals of the Freedom Summer of 1964 while also... Read More

Book Review

The Organ Broker

by Rebecca Foster

The moral dilemmas of a black market organ dealer enliven this smart thriller. “There is no shortage of organs; there is only a shortage of organs in America.” The antihero of Stu Strumwasser’s first novel finds organs on the... Read More