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March 31, 2016

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published March 31, 2016. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in March 2016.

Book Review

Astrologer's Apprentice

by Delia Stanley

Enthusiasts of astrology and theology will appreciate Astrologer’s Apprentice for its ability to challenge the perception of God. Part coming-of-age story and part cyberthriller, David John Jaegers’s Astrologer’s Apprentice is a... Read More

Book Review

A Hero in Gray

by Catherine Thureson

"A Hero in Gray" is a cancer story that offers comfort, hope, and a hero to emulate. "A Hero in Gray" by Cherie L. Braham is an inspiring true story of bravery, strength, and love. Grayson is a seven-year-old boy. He plays with his... Read More

Book Review

Remembrance of Blue Roses

by Karen Rigby

With themes of sacrifice and the search for beauty amid tragedy, this novel lingers in idealism. In "Remembrance of Blue Roses", a divorced United Nations civil servant forges an unusual friendship with a German coworker and his wife,... Read More

Book Review

White and Red Cherries

by Karen Rigby

This novel threads the large-scale effects of war into everyday occurrences. "White and Red Cherries" examines a period of fascist rule in Slovenia, and the communist years that followed. Through the story of a band of friends whose... Read More

Book Review

Becoming Nature

by Patty Comeau

No matter the starting place, the intentional practices described here can evolve a new mind-set. For humans, in their domestic state, perhaps no experience could be as potent as regaining a true and meaningful relationship with the... Read More