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October 15, 2016

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published October 15, 2016. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in October 2016.

Book Review

The Essential D G Jones

by Peter Dabbene

The Essential D. G. Jones has distilled the essence of the man’s work into a small, potent package. In the latest in its outstanding “Essential Poets” series, publisher The Porcupine’s Quill presents a concise but grand... Read More

Book Review

The World As Is

by Matt Sutherland

Sixteen collections of poems. Poet Laureate of Colorado 2014–2018. Literary magazine editor. Literary book publisher cofounder. Judging the man by his poetry, Joseph Hutchison is as sane and sensitive as poet’s come, with the writing... Read More

Book Review

Dot to Dot in the Sky

by Rebecca Foster

“High in the sky, green, white, red, and purple ribbons of light flicker and wave, as if dancing to the sounds of a celestial choir.” That lyrical description of the aurora opens Joan Marie Galat’s Stories of the Aurora, the sixth... Read More

Book Review

The New Communism

by Melissa Wuske

"The New Communism" meticulously outlines the revolutionary changes that America needs. The New Communism: The Science, the Strategy, the Leadership for an Actual Revolution, and a Radically New Society on the Road to Real Emancipation... Read More

Book Review

Panetteria

by Rachel Jagareski

Inspired by the communal ovens, or panetteria, in rural villages of his native Italy, this London-based restaurant and television chef offers a course on how to bake the tempting breads, cookies, focaccias, tarts, and other treats... Read More

Book Review

Arizona Moon

by Gary Presley

The novel’s beating heart is the power, scope, and ramifications of duty, loyalty, and brotherhood. In his intense and empathetic "Arizona Moon", J. M. Graham draws upon his own Vietnam War experiences. Corporal “Reach” Strader... Read More

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