Foreword Reviews

Meg Nola, Book Reviewer

Book Review

A Saint of Our Own

by Meg Nola

Kathleen Sprows Cummings’s thorough and spirited "A Saint of Our Own" looks at the Catholic community in the United States and its desire for an American saint. Well-researched in historical and religious context, the book conveys the... Read More

Book Review

Portrait of Sebastian Khan

by Meg Nola

In Aatif Rashid’s witty and dissolute "Portrait of Sebastian Khan", a Muslim American college student is conflicted by his love for free-spirited pleasure and the more conventional realities of accomplishment, commitment, and... Read More

Book Review

Murder at the St. Alice

by Meg Nola

In Becky Citra’s historical young adult mystery, "Murder at the St. Alice", Charlotte ventures from her home in British Columbia to the St. Alice, a Canadian resort hotel. Too poor to be a guest, Charlotte hopes to find work in the St.... Read More

Book Review

In the Weeds

by Meg Nola

Daniel Browne’s "In the Weeds" is set in Brooklyn, New York’s famously diverse borough of neighborhoods. In recent decades, Brooklyn’s status has changed; it is no longer shadowed by mighty Manhattan. Brooklyn is a destination of... Read More

Book Review

The Heart of the Goddess

by Meg Nola

Hallie Iglehart Austen’s "The Heart of the Goddess" is an empowering compilation of goddess history, lore, and worship, along with over a hundred photographs and illustrations. The book was first published in 1990; this new edition... Read More

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