Category Archives: Book review

Book Review: Artemis by Andy Weir

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From the author of The Martian, comes a new and exciting crime thriller, which just happens to take place in the modular lunar city of Artemis. Mixing scientific fact, with pulse pounding excitement, Andy Weir grabs you hook, line and … Continue reading

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Book Review: A Parent’s Guide to Teen Addiction by Laurence M. Westreich, MD

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Adolescence is a precarious time for teens. It can also be a very frightening time for parents as well. There are so many new issues that our children face, that no one has ever dealt with before, that our children … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Integrity Advantage by Kelley Kosow

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Integrity. We think we know what it implies, and how we are supposed to employ it in our everyday lives. But the author Kelley Kosow, in her new book, The Integrity Advantage,  takes the reader on a journey through a … Continue reading

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Book Review: Fools and Mortals by Bernard Cornwell

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Shakespeare. Tudor England. Political intrigue. Religious bigotry. Love triangles. Sword fights, drunken brawls, and backstabbing enemies. Hypocrites abound. The Greatman’s plays come to life. No one does historical fiction better than Bernard Cornwell. In his latest book, Fools and Mortals, … Continue reading

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Book Review: Born to be Wild by Jess P. Shatkin, MD MPH

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Delayed adolescence has been in the news lately, and not in a good way. We have read and heard from an untold number of pundits, politicians, and social theorists how our young people are in danger of never growing up. … Continue reading

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Book Review: An Echo of Murder by Anne Perry

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The latest in the William and Hester Monk series involves the brutal murder of a Hungarian immigrant. It is decidedly vicious in nature, something for the most part, still unheard of in Victorian England. So begins the story An Echo of … Continue reading

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Book Review: Into a Dark Frontier by John Mangan

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Slade Crawford is on the run. A decorated navy seal he has been wrongly accused of terrorism. After two years in US custody, he is able to escape from his no-name blacksite prison and make his way to freedom. But … Continue reading

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