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May 2019

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published May 2019.

Book Review

Why Are We Here?

by Lisa Alexia

"Why Are We Here?" synthesizes interdisciplinary sciences to explain how terrestrial life developed and what might threaten it in the future. Bruce Brodie’s fascinating "Why Are We Here?" sweeps the origin, evolution, and future of... Read More

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

Our Future in Nature

by Kristine Morris

"Our Future in Nature" is a timely, innovative, and insightful book that bridges gaps between science and spirituality. Edmund Barrow’s "Our Future in Nature" forwards a worldview in which all of nature is sacred and worthy of respect.... Read More

Book Review

The Cost of Living

by Benjamin Welton

"The Cost of Living" is an occult thriller that emphasizes its wholesome moral compass. D. L. Huntington’s occult-tinged thriller "The Cost of Living" is an excellent contemporary parable about the sickness of America’s wealth... Read More

Book Review

Lucifer’s Gold

by Lisa Guidarini

"Lucifer’s Gold" is a smart, complex international spy thriller. Taut and spare, Robert W. Barker’s "Lucifer’s Gold" is an international espionage thrill ride. Peter Binder, a geologist whose background includes time as a SEAL and... Read More

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