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Dindy Yokel, Book Reviewer

Book Review

Red Mansions

by Dindy Yokel

Drew takes the reader on a harrowing but highly readable trip from a Russian shtetl to the Garment District in New York. "Red Mansions", by Cynthia Drew, is a historical novel about three generations of strong and determined women in New... Read More

Book Review

God of Speed

by Dindy Yokel

The fascinating, cringe-worthy, exhilarating life of Howard Hughes flies off the page. Howard Hughes is one of the twentieth century’s strangest enigmas, and Luke Davies’s "God of Speed", a fictionalized account of Hughes’s life,... Read More

Book Review

Little Ravens

by Dindy Yokel

Bardessono populates a facility for the developmentally disabled with well-drawn characters in this heartfelt novel. "Little Ravens" is the follow-up to Frank Bardessono’s debut novel, The Kindness of Ravens. Set in the nineties,... Read More

Book Review

Constructive Wallowing

by Dindy Yokel

Entertaining and insightful, "Constructive Wallowing" provides clear instructions on how to “feel your feelings.” Laughter is the best medicine, as many have said, and psychotherapist Tina Gilbertson’s new book, Constructive... Read More

Book Review

This Is Rage

by Dindy Yokel

Goldstein emphasizes the theme of doing well by doing good, through many characters, even the criminals—though many of the characters are criminals at some level. Ken Goldstein is a Silicon Valley insider’s insider, and this ripples... Read More

Book Review

How They Spend Their Sundays

by Dindy Yokel

McDermott’s rare talent for conveying a crisp image of a scene shines in this collection of fresh, tightly woven stories. Courtney McDermott’s collection of short stories, "How They Spend Their Sundays", is like a Whitman’s Sampler... Read More

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