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September 29, 2017

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published September 29, 2017. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in September 2017.

Book Review

Thinking Just Hurts the Team

by Melissa Wuske

"Thinking Just Hurts the Team" offers a place of peace in the harried pace of professional life to bolster, rather than hamper, success. Thinking Just Hurts the Team: Find Happiness and Ignite Your Full Potential by Taking the Principles... Read More

Book Review

Will of the Hill

by Catherine Thureson

Within an extraordinary setting, Will and his friends learn some straightforward lessons in the relatable "Will of the Hill". In Marshall Cobb’s lighthearted middle-grade novel "Will of the Hill", a young boy faces a familiar dilemma... Read More

Book Review

Blissful Blues

by Katerie Prior

"Blissful Blues" is a youthful, playful collection that works through a failed romance toward self-discovery. In her heartfelt collection "Blissful Blues", poet Rhea Madan explores youthful love, longing, and loss. The opening poem... Read More

Book Review

Diversion

by Hannah Williams

This dramatic thriller reveals many dark truths about the opioid crisis. Fueled by a murder mystery and a missing girl, Tom Collins’s page-turning thriller "Diversion" explores the opioid crisis and illegal drugs through myriad... Read More

Book Review

South Sudan Skills Story

by Melissa Wuske

"South Sudan Skills Story" is a hopeful, sober, deep examination of the potential for development in South Sudan. Deeply informative and heartfelt, "South Sudan Skills Story" by Lawrence M. Tombe is an unprecedented insider’s look at... Read More

Book Review

Forests in the Sahara

by Joseph S. Pete

Enemies become allies as the sands shift in a novel that’s big on situational relativism. Paul Stidolph’s "Forests in the Sahara" moves from an original premise into a compelling tale of intrigue and danger. London-based professor... Read More