Foreword Reviews

George Hajjar, Book Reviewer

Book Review

Faces We Love

by George Hajjar

Compositionally diverse, "Faces We Love" is a perfect coffee table book to flip through and explore. A celebration of finding joy in daily life, Faces We Love: Shanghai is a curated art book exploring Shanghai’s crowded streets,... Read More

Book Review

Talk Radio

by George Hajjar

A heartwarming novel about the residents of a quaint Maine fishing village, "Talk Radio" celebrates the joys of human connection. In Ham Martin’s lighthearted novel Talk Radio, beauty is found in the ordinary, daily lives of a radio... Read More

Book Review

God of Mercy

by George Hajjar

In Okezie Nwọka’s dazzling and disquieting novel "God of Mercy", battles between gods reignite a war between religions. Ijeoma, a mute girl in Ichulu, can fly. The dibia, a religious figure of the village, understands this to be the... Read More

Book Review

No Gods, No Monsters

by George Hajjar

A distinctive urban fantasy novel, Cadwell Turnbull’s "No Gods, No Monsters" is an operatic story involving monsters, magic, and myth. The stage is set when Laina receives a flash drive containing footage of a Boston cop killing a... Read More

Book Review

Seaweed McTweed

by George Hajjar

"Seaweed McTweed" is a powerful picture book about the anxiety of not fitting in, and about the power of friendship to save the day. In Jon Nappa and Jason Kendrickson’s fun picture book "Seaweed McTweed", a sea monster wants to make a... Read More

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