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Kristen Rabe, Book Reviewer

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Rewilding

by Kristen Rabe

Founder of the Kripalu School of Mindful Outdoor Leadership Micah Mortali’s engaging and accessible guidebook "Rewilding" forwards practical exercises for experiencing nature, whether in the middle of a city, a suburban park, or a... Read More

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Every Human Love

by Kristen Rabe

Imaginative and haunting, "Every Human Love" is a masterful collection of short stories by Joanna Pearson, written with insight and empathy. The characters—students, mothers, interns, teachers––are resilient but wounded. In “The... Read More

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Sommelier of Deformity

by Kristen Rabe

Intensely dark and sardonic, "Sommelier of Deformity" is also, paradoxically, an uplifting and redemptive story. Buddy Hayes, a self-described troll who spends most of his time alone, is both arrogant and self-deprecating. He limits his... Read More

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For Two Thousand Years

by Kristen Rabe

This newly translated novel explores timeless themes of acceptance and struggle with power, grace, and insight. "For Two Thousand Years" is a profoundly moving novel that brilliantly captures the complex tensions of Eastern Europe prior... Read More

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The Confessions of St. Augustine

by Kristen Rabe

This is a clear, conversational presentation of a classic Christian work. In Naxos’s new audio recording of The Confessions of Saint Augustine, British actor Mark Meadows offers a compelling, earnest interpretation of one of the most... Read More

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Grassroots Zen

by Kristen Rabe

"Grassroots Zen" is an enlightened, pragmatic guidebook that will deepen and enliven spiritual practice. In "Grassroots Zen", Perle Besserman and Manfred Steger offer an interpretation of Zen that is approachable and uniquely American.... Read More

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