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October 2020

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published October 2020.

Book Review

When Snow Walks In

by George Hajjar

The accessible poetry collection "When Snow Walks In" includes entries that are both literary and personal. Christine Candland’s powerful poetry collection "When Snow Walks In" is optimistic, even about unpleasant experiences. Often... Read More

Book Review

Affect

by Eileen Gonzalez

"Affect" is a surreal novel about death, love, existence, and nonexistence. A woman grapples with intense philosophical questions and romantic feelings for a classmate in Charlene Elsby’s novel "Affect". She met Logan at the university... Read More

Book Review

On Tràigh Lar Beach

by Mari Carlson

The short stories of "On Tràigh Lar Beach" share a haunting atmosphere that’s explored through refuse and music. The short stories of Dianne Ebertt Beeaff’s "On Tràigh Lar Beach" cover women’s experiences with woe and redemption.... Read More

Book Review

Vlogentia

by John M. Murray

"Vlogentia" is an exciting fantasy novel in which people from parallel worlds face each other down. In WM W. Somers’s fantasy novel "Vlogentia", people from Earth are abducted by those attempting a power grab in a parallel world. In... Read More

Book Review

Europejski

by Benjamin Welton

"Europejski" is a cerebral political thriller that is as much about political history as it is about love, friendship, and ambition. Mark Quinn’s political thriller "Europejski" is set during the hectic days of the collapse of the Iron... Read More

Book Review

Becoming Sharon

by Karen Rigby

In the rich historical novel "Becoming Sharon", a woman experiences joy, disappointment, and continual self-discovery. In Suzanne Yuskiw’s historical novel "Becoming Sharon", a septuagenarian revisits her experiences with childhood... Read More

Book Review

For the Love of Big Balooka

by Klay Dyer

"For the Love of Big Balooka" is a middle grade novel in which forgiveness abounds as a supportive family helps an animal-loving girl rescue a dog. In Kathleen M. Barrett’s faith-based novel "For the Love of Big Balooka", a girl... Read More

Book Review

The Artist Spoke

by Peter Dabbene

"The Artist Spoke" is a bookish but exciting literary mystery. Ted Morrissey’s novel "The Artist Spoke" is a mysterious, mesmerizing examination of the contrary aspects of the writing life, and the fragility of relationships.... Read More

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