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February 12, 2019

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published February 12, 2019. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in February 2019.

Book Review

Generous Thinking

by Rebecca Hussey

Kathleen Fitzpatrick’s Generous Thinking: A Radical Approach to Saving the University is an inspiring and convincing look at how anyone involved in higher education can nurture generosity and help integrate their institutions into... Read More

Book Review

Love, Inc.

by Matt Sutherland

Of all the figurative flavors of Kool-Aid to keep you from facing reality, perhaps the most popular is the belief that falling in love quickly leads to a life lived happily ever after. Sorry, Cinderella, it takes a little more than... Read More

Book Review

Where's Buddha?

by Pallas Gates McCorquodale

Buddha smiles serenely from snowy mountain peaks, through summer monsoon rains and deep ocean waters, reassuring children of his calm, surrounding presence in every season. Vibrant artwork and rhythmic verses add an element of fun as the... Read More

Book Review

Sakepedia

by Matt Sutherland

It is easy to forget that as recently as twenty-five years ago, America’s drinking habits were anything but crafty and adventurous. We were a Bud country, we liked our cocktails old-school, and the little wine we drank was of the Gallo... Read More

Book Review

77

by Monica Carter

“How can you narrate terror?” This question is a central focus of Guillermo Saccomanno’s "77", set during the 1977 reign of terror in Argentina, the Dirty War. The military coup d’état of 1976 led to the killing of over thirty... Read More

Book Review

Tacoma Stories

by Jeff Fleischer

The stories in Richard Wiley’s new collection all take place in the same city among characters who share connections. They are creatively mixed and span decades and tones. "Tacoma Stories" is a compelling whole formed of memorable... Read More

Book Review

Sixteen

by Meagan Logsdon

Humming with emotion, Auguste Corteau’s "Sixteen" plumbs mysteries both sonic and spiritual. It’s a globe-spanning and deeply personal alternate history. The Soviet Union seems on the verge of collapse in 1953. Mass defections to the... Read More

Book Review

The Book of Delights

by Ho Lin

Ross Gay is known for his poetry, but "The Book of Delights" proves that he’s also an adept essayist. In composing the book, Gay operated under a simple principle: keep a diary of entries over the course of one year, with each entry... Read More

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