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reviewed Monster Loyalty. December 01, 2013
Monster Loyalty
Lady Gaga is one of the most popular pop stars in the world. Her strategy for getting, and keeping, extremely loyal fans is incredibly successful (with 33 million followers on Twitter, she must be doing …
reviewed What God Really Wants You to Know. November 30, 2013
What God Really Wants You to Know
For hundreds of years, mankind has used religion as a source of division and a justification for war (our God is better than your God). This book looks at the very deep similarities between the world's …
reviewed The Last Dead Girl a book. November 25, 2013
The Last Dead Girl a book
Those familiar with Dolan's previous work will realize immediately that this is a "prequel" to his David Loogan stories.  Before he was Loogan, he was David Malone.  David has …
reviewed Jab, Jab, Jab, Right Hook. November 24, 2013
Jab, Jab, Jab, Right Hook
It is getting increasingly hard for companies, big and small, to tell their story in this noisy, chaotic, social media world. This book attempts to make that task a little easier.      …
reviewed Eat Move Sleep. November 23, 2013
Eat Move Sleep
In his 20's, the author was diagnosed with a rare genetic condition. It shuts off his body's tumor-fighting capabilities, and makes it very easy for him to get cancer. While adjusting to a life …
reviewed Section 51 (Project Solstice). November 23, 2013
Section 51 (Project Solstice)
First of a series, this science fiction/paranormal novel is about Ava Frost, part of a set of triplets. She has always had a strong empathic connection with her brother, Ian, until the day that he "disappears." …
reviewed Unions for Beginners. November 17, 2013
The forty-hour work week, pensions and safe working conditions became part of the American employment landscape because employers felt that it was the proper thing to do, right? No, those things came …
reviewed Strong Poison. November 02, 2013
Strong Poison
Sayers is known for her mysteries and her Christian scholarly writing, but it is her Lord Peter Wimsey  mysteries that are most accessible.  And her writing reaches above the normal standard …
reviewed Division. October 28, 2013
Twins share many things, but Karen Wyle's novel, Division, explores what happens when twins grow up sharing even more than most, including the same body. Gordon and Johnny are so close they cannot …
reviewed Milligan and Murphy. October 21, 2013
Milligan and Murphy
This is the story of a pair of half-brothers in contemporary Ireland. Milligan and Murphy were born to the same mother. Their first names were both John, so they became known by their surnames; hence, …
reviewed Room: A Novel. October 16, 2013
Room: A Novel
  I finished reading Emma Donoghue's Room a few days ago and I've been puzzling about it ever since.       The novel, which according to Donoghue's website …
John Smith: Last Known Survivor of the Microsoft Wars
This is a dystopian novel about life after a pair of worldwide catastrophes, one of which was man-made.      Near-future Earth now has 12 continents. America is gone. The vast majority …
reviewed Xander Caine and the Alien Prophecy. October 13, 2013
This young adult novel is about a person's physical and emotional journey.      Xander has lived a life of wealth and privilege. It has taken him a long time to realize that people …
Beyond Repair: The Decline and Fall of the CIA
As shown in the title, the author, a CIA veteran, doesn't believe that the Agency needs fixing or "tweaking." He strongly believes that it needs to be torn down and totally rebuilt. During …
reviewed The One Percenters. October 08, 2013
This is about a man who finds his purpose in life, but not through any of the usual ways.      Edward is your average married man. He is now on the receiving end of the wrong kind …
Single Guy: How to Live Smarter, Date Better and Be Awesomely Happy
You suddenly find yourself single, either by choice or by divorce. Now what do you do?      If your soon-to-be-ex agrees, hire a mediator or write the divorce agreement yourselves. …
reviewed The Broken Gift. September 23, 2013
It may seem impossible to reconcile the scientific and religious conceptions of Man's creation. Did Man, in his present form, come into existence as part of a week-long process several thousand years …
reviewed Vic: Time Doesn't Matter. September 04, 2013
This is the story of a love that really does span the ages.      The first two parts of this book are actually abridged versions of a pair of Edgar Rice Burroughs novels (that is why …
reviewed Alternative Lives. August 29, 2013
Alternative Lives
This novel is about a journey into a little-known part of the human psyche: what happens when we sleep.      Harold Treadwell is a professor at Jess Hawkins University in Philadelphia. …
reviewed The Kill Room by Jeffery Deaver. August 29, 2013
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It's been a while since I've picked up one of the Lincoln Rhyme novels by Jeffery Deaver. The Kill Room came in at the library, and it made it onto my recreational reading list. As usual, Deaver …
reviewed The Nazi and the Psychiatrist: Herman.... August 28, 2013
The Nazi and the Psychiatrist: Hermann Goring, Dr. Douglas M. Kelley, and a Fatal Meeting of Minds at the End of WWII
Journalist Jack El-Hai has written an insightful look at some of the key Nazi leaders and their mindset. In THE NAZI AND THE PSYCHIATRIST, through careful research, Jack El-Hai has captured several significant …
Menial: Skilled Labor in Science Fiction
Most science fiction stories are bout tall, square-jawed adventurers exploring the galaxy and singlehandedly vanquishing the alien foe. What about the people who perform the unexciting "blue collar" …
reviewed The Writer. August 26, 2013
The Writer
June is your average resident of the planet Pren. It's a beautiful place, with colorful trees and flowers, and birds who tweet Mozart. According to June, it's also really boring. Out of frustration, …
reviewed The Suicide Shop by Jean Teule. August 26, 2013
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In a post-apocalyptic world, the population doesn't have much to live for. Suicide is a business, and the business is brisk. The Suicide Shop by Jean Teule is a quirky novel translated into English …
reviewed Give and Take. August 23, 2013
Give and Take
American business is supposed to be a tough, ultra-competitive arena where only the strong survive, and nice guys get trampled, right? According to this book, that is not totally true.      …
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