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Linda Thorlakson, Book Reviewer

Linda Thorlakson’s passion for reading fuels her quest to live life to the fullest. She’s drawn to any well-written book regardless of its genre—especially those inspiring appreciation of people for their flaws and quirks rather than despite them, while offering views of the world from perspectives significantly different from her own.

As a reviewer, Linda’s mission is to probe each book for its potential to not only expand a reader’s world, but to change and expand his or her experience of life within it.

Book Review

The Iconoclast's Journal

by Linda Thorlakson

Terry Griggs’s The Iconoclast’s Journal compels thoughts, things, places, and faces to populate its pages with their hidden stories: too outrageous to be believed yet too convincing to be doubted, and universally successful in... Read More

Book Review

The Ghosts of Gombe

by Linda Thorlakson

Jane Goodall’s research center on the shores of a Tanzanian lake pulsates with the passions, perils, and promises of the 1960s in Dale Peterson’s "The Ghosts of Gombe". The book seeks to solve the mysterious disappearance of a... Read More

Book Review

The Other New Girl

by Linda Thorlakson

"The Other New Girl" is a suspenseful, absorbing, literary exploration of life, death, and the stuff that happens in between. "The Other New Girl" is much more than a suspense-fueled coming-of-age novel.  L. B. Gschwandtner employs... Read More

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