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Katie Asher, Book Reviewer

Book Review

We Can Save Us All

by Katie Asher

Adam Nemett’s "We Can Save Us All" is a humorous yet sobering pre-apocalyptic scenario. Realistic and smart, this is science fiction at its best. The world seems to be ending, but David, with a group of intelligent, driven Princeton... Read More

Book Review

COLOR Up

by Katie Asher

"COLOR Up" forwards fun ways to approach common situations. Introducing a new approach to problem solving, "COLOR Up" by Karen A. Foss and Ann Skinner-Jones uses a unique color wheel analogy to help people step away from black-and-white... Read More

Book Review

The Ship, the Saint, and the Sailor

by Katie Asher

In scientist Bradley G. Stevens’s "The Ship, the Saint, and the Sailor", a 143-year-old shipwreck is recovered; the narrative tracks its discovery and preservation. The Kad’yak sank in an Alaskan harbor almost a century and a half... Read More

Book Review

Mina

by Katie Asher

Kim Sagwa’s psychological and observant "Mina" follows two young women trying to navigate their society. Introverted, passive, and introspective, Mina mourns a childhood friend who committed suicide in the best way she knows how: by... Read More

Book Review

Going beyond the Pose

by Katie Asher

Imparting straightforward and factual information about yoga, the book maintains an excellent balance: it is objective, truthful, and spiritual all at once. Kathleen Nitting’s "Going beyond the Pose" draws from experience and practice... Read More

Book Review

Mind Files

by Katie Asher

"Mind Files" is an accessible self-help book that encourages moving past negative thought patterns to live joyfully and appreciatively. An approachable guide to understanding how the mind processes experiences for future reference, Penny... Read More

Book Review

Lala

by Katie Asher

Jacek Dehnel’s "Lala" is a wonderful mosaic of stories about a woman’s unbelievably adventurous youth; they were shared with family members so many times that her children and grandchildren could recite them practically verbatim.... Read More

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