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September 28, 2021

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published September 28, 2021. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in September 2021.

Book Review

Risky Restoration

by Delia Stanley

"Risky Restoration" is a romance novel whose trio of girlfriends deal with relationship issues, pushing through their fears to get what they want. In E. F. Dodd’s romance novel "Risky Restoration", a woman still reeling from an old... Read More

Book Review

Habitus

by Matt Sutherland

Born and raised on the island of Curaçao, raised in the Netherlands, Radna Fabias practices her craft in the spirit of a strangers and strangeness, liberty and lyricism, truth and transience. This debut collection, translated into... Read More

Book Review

Ring

by Karen Rigby

André Alexis ruminates on romance and matrilineal legacies in his eloquent novel Ring, in which Torontonians’ lives are touched by a mysterious ritual. Fusing chance encounters with myth, poetry, and questions of faith and love, this... Read More

Book Review

If God Is Love, Don't Be a Jerk

by Kristen Rabe

John Pavlovitz’s If God Is Love, Don’t Be a Jerk issues a passionate, timely plea for Christians to return to a faith of love and service. Organized religion has missed the mark, Pavlovitz argues. By implying that white Americans are... Read More

Book Review

If It's Not Right, Go Left

by Melissa Wuske

Kristen Glosserman’s If It’s Not Right, Go Left is an upbeat and approachable lifestyle guide that’s structured around eleven transformative lessons. Covering topics like attitude, mindset, parenting, and self-care, Glosserman... Read More

Book Review

How to Examine a Wolverine

by Melissa Wuske

The deep, heartfelt essays of veterinarian Philipp Schott’s "How to Examine a Wolverine" read like rewarding animal memes. Drawing on years of experience, Schott’s bite-sized, real-life stories are organized by animal type, from... Read More

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