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October 2019

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

Book Review

tawâw

by Eric Patterson

In his debut cookbook tawâw: Progressive Indigenous Cuisine, Chef Shane Chartrand works to “bring the beauty and artistry of his world to everybody.” As such, "tawâw" is not just a cookbook; it is “a collection of healing, of... Read More

Book Review

Roots and Wings

by Karen Rigby

Inspiring and affirming, "Roots and Wings" is a business memoir with pithy lessons for both work and home. Margery Kraus’s personable career memoir "Roots and Wings" is about both leading a company and the parenting lessons that... Read More

Book Review

Big Wonderful Thing

by Matt Sutherland

Ablaze in infamy and otherworldly as any heavenly planet, Texas is mythology come alive. This singular place is what happens when fiercely independent, prone-to-violence people are assimilated into a fledgling nation whose capital is so... Read More

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On the Plain of Snakes

by Michelle Anne Schingler

With the confidence that Mexico’s respect for people of retirement age would ferry him safely through the dangers hinted at by the state department, Paul Theroux set out to drive across Mexico, a trip recorded in "On the Plain of... Read More

Book Review

You Can See More from up Here

by Aimee Jodoin

In Mark Guerin’s "You Can See More from up Here", a nineteen-year-old and his father face up to a conflict of generational ideologies when a workplace incident sends reverberations through their small town. In 1974 in Belford,... Read More

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