Foreword Reviews

Carol Booton, Book Reviewer

Book Review

The Joy of Sorcery

by Carol Booton

In Sten Nadolny’s masterful "The Joy of Sorcery", magic, love, and family illuminate a tragic time in world history. Pahroc is the sorcerer son of a Paiute Indian man and a Berliner woman. In a series of letters to his young... Read More

Book Review

Shadowshine

by Carol Booton

"Shadowshine" is a rollicking adventure in which a poetic possum undertakes a quest for self-knowledge in his fantastical world of talking animals. In Johnny Armstrong’s eccentric novel "Shadowshine", a talking possum adventures in a... Read More

Book Review

Hard Easy

by Carol Booton

Hard-Easy is an uplifting and encouraging guide to self-improvement. Arthur F. Coombs III’s Hard-Easy is an upbeat, comprehensive guide to self-improvement based on the “Law of Hard-Easy,” through which practitioners are challenged... Read More

Book Review

Internship Mastery

by Carol Booton

"Internship Mastery" contains useful, friendly guidance applicable toward obtaining an internship, new job, promotion, or career change in the technology industry. Ryan D. Glick’s upbeat career guidebook "Internship Mastery" contains... Read More

This must be a new section. We don't have much available for it yet. Head on over to our homepage for a wider selection of content.