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Holly Jordan, Book Reviewer

Book Review

Streetcar Sandwiches

by Holly Jordan

The screenplay "Streetcar Sandwiches" is a dystopian takedown of government oversight gone awry. Curtis Orloff’s screenplay "Streetcar Sandwiches" is a dystopian work about the consequences of a Big Brother state. The story is set in... Read More

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The Sikh Heritage

by Holly Jordan

"The Sikh Heritage" is a masterful presentation of the history of Sikh sites of worship and pilgrimage. Dalvir S. Pannu’s "The Sikh Heritage" is a visually stunning encyclopedia analyzing the many gurdwaras, or Sikh houses of worship,... Read More

Book Review

All This Marvelous Potential

by Holly Jordan

Matthew Algeo’s "All This Marvelous Potential" is a broad study of Robert Kennedy’s 1968 two-day trip to Kentucky and its lasting effects on both the Appalachian people and on the greater national conversation regarding poverty. This... Read More

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In the Beginning

by Holly Jordan

"In the Beginning" is a compelling story of family and social evolution. Jaime Reyes’s historical novel "In the Beginning" begins in 40,000 BCE as Og, the leader of his Neandertal tribe, uses his lifetime of knowledge to create the... Read More

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Anonymous Is a Woman

by Holly Jordan

Insightful, compelling, and necessary, "Anonymous Is a Woman" profiles women who made important historical contributions without recognition. Nina Ansary’s inspiring "Anonymous Is a Woman" analyzes how women’s achievements are... Read More

Book Review

Reunion

by Holly Jordan

"Reunion" is a tragic novel about a young man marked by abuse who, in his adulthood, is still trying to learn to live for himself. In P. W. Walters’s harrowing novel "Reunion", a young man tries to recover from his childhood traumas.... Read More

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