Foreword Reviews

  1. Book Reviews
  2. Books Published March 14, 2017

March 14, 2017

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published March 14, 2017. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in March 2017.

Book Review

Falling Back to One

by Felicia Topp

"Falling Back to One" is an important and challenging story that slowly works its way into the heart. "Falling Back to One" by Randy Mason is the story of two similar characters whose paths cross and become entangled, leading them along... Read More

Book Review

World of Dawn

by Jeannine Chartier Hanscom

An appealing novel, "World of Dawn" employs themes of good and evil, courage and cowardice, and guilt and absolution. Thoughtful characterization and intriguing world-building come together to make Shawn Gale’s World of Dawn: Arise an... Read More

Book Review

The Hunter

by Claire Foster

"The Hunter" is a smart, merciless novel that lets the ghosts of the distant past haunt modern Los Angeles’s seedy underbelly. Deep in the hills of Los Angeles, a secret has lurked for centuries—and when it is unleashed, it will... Read More

Book Review

Fearless and Free

by Sarah White

Offering encouragement and advice to women facing mid-career changes, Sachs’s is an uplifting work. Wendy Sachs, whose background includes work in politics, television, and content production, offers women inspiration and solid advice... Read More

Book Review

One by One

by Ilyssa Wesche

A twenty-year-old grudge and a rich cast of characters make this mystery continually surprising. Philadelphia journalist Danny Ryan is still recovering from the loss of his wife and son when he is called upon for help by an old... Read More

Book Review

A Single Stone

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Searing and feminist, this dystopia reads with deceptive grace. In a harsh island enclave where the mountain’s mica is necessary for survival, Jena—a young, slight girl charged with leading expeditions into the ever-narrowing cracks... Read More

Book Review

Out of Wonder

by Matt Sutherland

Like any artform or creative pursuit, the great poets developed subtle, incredibly effective personal styles. In their unique use of words and ideas, they performed a type of magic that repeatedly delivered aha moments to thousands of... Read More

Load More