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May 15, 2019

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published May 15, 2019. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in May 2019.

Book Review

Nancy Love

by Eileen Gonzalez

Straightforward and exciting, Nancy Love: WASP Pilot is the breezy young adult biography of a little-known home front heroine. Sarah Byrn Rickman’s biography for young readers, "Nancy Love", focuses on a groundbreaking pilot who... Read More

Book Review

Decision Affirmed

by Benjamin Welton

"Decision Affirmed" is a draining but rewarding history of World War II in the Pacific. Clarence Vold’s "Decision Affirmed" concerns one of the most controversial decisions in modern history: that to drop two atomic bombs on Japan in... Read More

Book Review

Blackquest 40

by Delia Stanley

"Blackquest 40" is a compelling thriller rich in intensity and suspense. Jeff Bond’s action-packed thriller "Blackquest 40" incorporates technology and politics into its intriguing mix. Deb is a young programming genius whose fiery... Read More

Book Review

Change Your World

by Susan Waggoner

With clinical expertise, "Change Your World" opines on the failure of self-help methods that focus on individual motivation and calls for fostering resilience instead. Michael Ungar’s "Change Your World" argues that resilience is key... Read More

Book Review

Every Human Love

by Kristen Rabe

Imaginative and haunting, "Every Human Love" is a masterful collection of short stories by Joanna Pearson, written with insight and empathy. The characters—students, mothers, interns, teachers––are resilient but wounded. In “The... Read More

Book Review

Dakota in Exile

by Joe Taylor

In "Dakota in Exile", Linda M. Clemmons tells the little-known story of the Dakota from their perspective: how their men were executed and imprisoned while their women and children were sent to a distant, barren land. Clemmons examines... Read More

Book Review

Sync

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Plumbing the possibilities of travels through the multiverse, K. P. Kyle’s science fiction thriller "Sync" sets two ordinary people against powerful and nefarious forces. On a dark expanse of New England road, Brigid is so caught up in... Read More

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