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February 21, 2017

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published February 21, 2017. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in February 2017.

Book Review

In the Way of Jesus

by Jeremiah Rood

"In the Way of Jesus" fills a needed niche, offering church followers a way to really grow in faith. Paul D. Kroeker’s "In the Way of Jesus" is a collection of pastoral reflections that offer a worthy exploration of what life looks... Read More

Book Review

The Book of Etta

by Michelle Anne Schingler

This is a layered dystopia—feminist, violent, and blunt, it will engross its readerships. There are hints that women in the time before the plague had choices, but Etta of Nowhere—who goes by Eddy when she’s on the road... Read More

Book Review

The Fallen

by Claire Rudy Foster

Satanic rituals, vestments dripping with blood, and a battlefield of corpses. It’s World War I, and the Inquisition is still hard at work protecting the Vatican from the heretics in its midst. This is the rich soil that Tarn... Read More

Book Review

Songs of the Baka and Other Discoveries

by Kristine Morris

Friends and family warned them of malaria, dengue fever, and cannibals, but for retired lawyers Dennis James and his wife, Barbara, the lure of learning from indigenous people who still live much as humans had twelve thousand years ago,... Read More

Book Review

A Joyful Life

by Barry Silverstein

This moving, personal account of overcoming depression is both a memoir and playbook for using creativity to cope with challenges. In a book that highlights the serious consequences of clinical depression, Michèle Swiderski recounts the... Read More

Book Review

The Mercy of the Tide

by Robin Farrell Edmunds

Mysterious goings-on permeate a small town in this chilling novel. A deadly car accident binds four citizens together in the quiet hamlet of Riptide, Oregon, and it seems also to have awakened something unseemly. Keith Rosson’s "The... Read More

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