Blake managed to stabilize her once-precarious health; her book offers fellow food-intolerance sufferers encouragement and hope. When her body lost its ability to digest ninety-five percent of the foods most people normally eat, Sara... Read More
July 27, 2015
Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published July 27, 2015. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in July 2015.
This much-needed voice provides a raw, real look at life with bipolar disorder. When Silence Screams: Living With Bipolar Disorder; Journals 1997–2011, by Katherine L. Fogg, gives an inside view of a life of instability and anxiety.... Read More
With a conversational voice and hard-won optimism, a cancer survivor shares her spirited story. In Not All Bad Comes to Harm You: Observations of a Cancer Survivor, Janice Mock reflects on the silver linings of having a life-threatening... Read More
This book takes a unique approach to a World War II memoir, combining not only the stories of a father and son, but both men’s years apart writing about the subject. When the Nazis invaded Belgium early in the war, Otto Schrag was... Read More