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June 15, 2021

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published June 15, 2021. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in June 2021.

Book Review

Wanda's Tower

by John M. Murray

The visceral novel Wanda’s Tower follows two broken people through their carnal encounters—possibly toward love. In Robert Beatty’s erotic novel Wanda’s Tower, a phone technician masters the art of one night stands and finds... Read More

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Infinity Closet

by Matt Sutherland

The author of Monster Colloquia and In the Herald of Improbable Misfortunes, Robert Campbell has twice been nominated for the Pushcart Prize. He earned an MFA in poetry from Murray State University and an MS in library science from the... Read More

Book Review

Punks in Peoria

by Joseph S. Pete

"Punks in Peoria" pays unabashed, joyful homage to the punk rock scene in an average Rust Belt town. Charting the rise of punk bands in the music market between Chicago and St. Louis, where many young people felt dissatisfied with their... Read More

Book Review

Four-Fifths a Grizzly

by Rebecca Foster

Everything is connected, says wildlife journalist Douglas Chadwick in "Four-Fifths a Grizzly". From the minuscule to the large scale, the book explores how knowledge of these connections can help us to reverse the land degradation and... Read More

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Winged Bull

by Eileen Gonzalez

Jeff Pearce recounts the life and exploits of versatile English explorer, politician, and diplomat Henry Layard in "Winged Bull". Always restless, Layard set out for Sri Lanka in 1839 at the age of twenty-two. He never arrived.... Read More

Book Review

Phoebe Unfired

by Vivian Turnbull

Amalie Jahn’s touching novel "Phoebe Unfired" pays tribute to all those who struggle with mental health through its strong heroine. Though it seems that everyone else has moved on from the Covid-19 pandemic, it left Phoebe with... Read More

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Big and Little

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Though they move at different speeds, Big Raccoon and Little Raccoon are best friends. Little Raccoon likes to dally and observe nature on their walks together; Big Raccoon would prefer to keep a steady pace. When they encounter a snail... Read More

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