Foreword Reviews

Aimee Jodoin, Book Reviewer

A former editor at Foreword Reviews, Aimee Jodoin now lives the library life in Grand Rapids, Michigan. She prefers to be surrounded by books of the contemporary literary and science fiction variety; her favorite authors are Haruki Murakami, Zadie Smith, Karen Russell, and Kazuo Ishiguro, though progressive debut novels are what truly give her joy. Her interests both in and out of books include feminism, healthy living, environmental sustainability, and cats. She is currently—perpetually—writing a novel, of course.

Book Review

Time and Time Again

by Aimee Jodoin

"Time and Time Again" collects sixteen of Hugo and Nebula award–winning author Robert Silverberg’s short stories involving time travel. With dazzling prose and original plotlines, Silverberg proves himself to be a master of the... Read More

Book Review

Space Heart

by Aimee Jodoin

Poetically composed vignettes form Linda Buckmaster’s brilliant memoir "Space Heart", which explores how cutting-edge technology and family life juxtapose in American culture. Buckmaster eloquently processes the difficulties she’s... Read More

Book Review

Code Name: Zeus

by Aimee Jodoin

This ideologically libertarian historical novel follows immigrants who become millionaires, believing that people can work together to change the world. Spanning the entirety of the twentieth century, Gary Andersen’s historical novel... Read More

Book Review

Just Dance

by Aimee Jodoin

"Just Dance" is a loving tribute to a “saintly soul” whose generosity and kindness are evident in its pages. Daksha M. Patel’s tearjerker of a memoir, "Just Dance", chronicles her great-nephew Rakesh’s three-year battle with... Read More

Book Review

The Day That A Ran Away

by Aimee Jodoin

Cute, funny, and educational to boot, "The Day That A Ran Away" is a colorful picture book that delights. Precocious red-haired Jet has found a great excuse—or so he thinks—for not writing his alphabet in class: all the letters have... Read More

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