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March 2018

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published March 2018.

Book Review

God Is

by Edith Wairimu

"God Is" is an enthusiastic argument for the existence and benevolence of God. Garland Grimes’s bold religious treatise "God Is" introduces God to audiences from a Christian standpoint. Standing against the religious pessimism that it... Read More

Book Review

The Seven Tools of Healing

by Jeremiah Rood

"The Seven Tools of Healing" is an affirming self-help book that emphasizes spiritual truths. Steven Hall’s philosophical self-help book "The Seven Tools of Healing" demystifies the healing process. The book begins with a discussion of... Read More

Book Review

Sinister Summer

by Laura Leavitt

Childhood adventures capture the culture of the 1950s in "Sinister Summer". Lighthearted summer fun mixes with worry and fear in C. A. Hartnell’s "Sinister Summer", a chapter book about faith, family, and friends. In the 1950s, Carol... Read More

Book Review

Scary Spring

by Aimee Jodoin

A historical tale about polio for middle graders, "Scary Spring" stays true to lighthearted aspects of its era. In the spring of 1955, polio ravaged the United States, and Carol Ann, in C. A. Hartnell’s middle grade novel Scary Spring... Read More

Book Review

30th Century

by Erika Harlitz Kern

Science fiction and erotica both make their way into this complicated novel. Mark Kingston Levin’s novel 30th Century: Revived combines elements of science fiction, erotica, and a political thriller into a novel that sometimes seems... Read More

Book Review

The Measurements of Decay

by Nancy Powell

"The Measurements of Decay" is an ambitious novel, filled with creative world-building and lavish language. K. K. Edin’s "The Measurements of Decay" is an ornate science fiction thriller that examines the shifting tides of moral... Read More

Book Review


by Joseph S. Pete

"Therapy" uses its poetic lines to capture the wounded rage of an isolated individual. Mike McCluskey’s poetry collection, "Therapy", gathers the troubled thoughts of an “absolute lunatic” and “madman” who lays it all on the... Read More

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