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Michelle Anne Schingler, Book Reviewer

Ever since a kind librarian gifted a discarded board book to a very young Michelle, she’s regarded books as transformational. Her transition from divinity school into library work and book reviewing felt like a natural one. She likes books that surprise her by making her laugh out loud, that make her feel new and widening feelings, and that brim with quirkiness, and she still cannot resist the magic of a free book. She is the managing editor of Foreword Reviews.

Book Review

Zero Bomb

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Even a surveillance state can’t see everything. M. T. Hill’s "Zero Bomb" is set in a near-future England. Industries have been automated for ease, non-Christian religions have been abolished, people are digitally tracked, and many... Read More

Book Review

All My Colors

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Someday, Todd Milstead is going to be a great writer. Never mind that he’s in his forties with nothing to indicate this, save the flattery of a local bookseller and the regular gatherings he hosts with other self-proclaimed writers. In... Read More

Book Review

Courting Mr. Emerson

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Melody Carlson’s latest Christian romance, "Courting Mr. Emerson", is the sweet, trend-resistant tale of a young grandmother and a confirmed bachelor who find that life may be better if they’re together. George Emerson lives a neat... Read More

Book Review

The Book of Flora

by Michelle Anne Schingler

In the aftermath of Nowhere, but still carrying the legacy of the Unnamed with them, Eddy, Ina, Alice, and the rest of the residents who survived the rapacious and dictatorial Lion are left with one overarching, reinforced truth: a... Read More

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