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Purposeful Evolution

by Susan Waggoner

"Purposeful Evolution" is an interesting, science-based examination of life on Earth. Two dominant paths that lead to plant and animal evolution receive scrutiny in Ron Deming’s "Purposeful Evolution". Taking a scientific approach, the... Read More

Book Review

Little By Little

by Susan Waggoner

"Little By Little" is an inventive time travel story that captures the essence of disparate eras well. Dawn Davis’s "Little By Little" is an imaginative time travel tale that’s enlivened by realistic details. In 1929, in a shabby but... Read More

Book Review

In the Land of the Blind

by Susan Waggoner

"In the Land of the Blind" is an intelligent novel focused on an idealistic psychoanalyst and his patients. In Robert Schulman’s contemporary novel "In the Land of the Blind", a struggling analyst gives glimpses behind the scenes of... Read More

Book Review

A Human Creation

by Susan Waggoner

"A Human Creation" argues that God originated in the minds of humans. W. R. Frederick’s philosophical exploration "A Human Creation" covers religion, works of science, and psychology to argue that God is the product of human... Read More

Book Review

Eastbound from Flagstaff

by Susan Waggoner

"Eastbound from Flagstaff" is a thoughtful Christian novel whose portrayal of 1920s America is accomplished. Annette Valentine’s bittersweet Christian historical novel "Eastbound from Flagstaff" brings 1920s Detroit to life. When... Read More

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