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March 2016

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published March 2016.

Book Review

Dig the Zone of Freedom

by Amanda Adams

"Dig the Zone of Freedom" is a one-of-a-kind Christian musical. Immense in its scope and vision, "Dig the Zone of Freedom" by Richard Byrne is a unique work with music woven in. Based around the adventures of the staff and residents at a... Read More

Book Review

Dark Web Rising

by Joseph S. Pete

"Dark Web Rising" achieves the rare feat of hacking scenes written in a compelling, captivating way. Eugene T. Schurter’s "Dark Web Rising" is a fast-paced science fiction thriller that spins a web of intrigue centered around hacking,... Read More

Book Review

The Recipe

by Jade Belzberg

"The Recipe" is an intensive look at how one can find love—in themselves and in a lover—and keep it strong. The Recipe: Love Made Simple, by Dr. Rick Blum, is the complete guide to love. While the title sounds suspiciously... Read More

Book Review

Animal Journeys

by Pallas Gates McCorquodale

Across mountains, valleys, and plains, through water and by air, millions of wild creatures embark on migrations every year, both near and far, alone or en masse. Patricia Hegarty’s "Animal Journeys" reveals fascinating facts—who... Read More

Book Review

Stories of Yesteryear

by Robert Foreman

"Stories of Yesteryear" is an appealing collection of stories about small-town New England life. Harry H. Brown’s "Stories of Yesteryear" provides a textured narrative of Halifax, its residents, and its surroundings. Each story... Read More

Book Review

Unapologetic Poetry

by Robert Foreman

These are unapologetic, necessary poetic expressions that deliver powerful statements on matters personal and political. The poems in Michelle Smith’s "Unapologetic Poetry" touch on a range of subjects and dramatic situations. Most... Read More

Book Review


by Kristine Morris

In Abe-vs.-Adolf, Maya Ross and Abe Peck speak powerfully for the voiceless millions whose stories will never be told. In the early morning of April 30, 1945, an American tank plowed through the entrance of the Allach concentration camp,... Read More

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