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Book Review :: A Full Life: Reflections at Ninety

By Kilian Melloy | Jul 14
Carter's principled words will drive home what some have said -- that he was always too decent a man to be president -- but the flip-side of that sentiment is also true: He's exactly the sort of man we should want for president.

Book Review :: The Summer of Good Intentions

By Christopher Verleger | Jul 11
A family's traditional July vacation is disrupted with marital and health complications in Wendy Francis' quintessential summer novel.

Book Review :: Finders Keepers

By JC Alvarez | Jul 10
Stephen King delivers on his latest novel "Finders Keepers." The not-necessarily-a-sequel thriller is a great fast-paced and suspenseful adventure that fans will find memorably worthy in the scheme of the author's past works.

Book Review :: Haatchi & Little B

By Kitty Drexel | Jul 3
Haatchi is a disabled dog who braved abandonment and near-death by train before he was rescued. Little B is the nickname of Owen Howkins, a little boy born with Schwartz-Jampel syndrome.

Book Review :: Skyscraping

By Christopher Verleger | Jul 3
A high school senior rebels when family secrets are unleashed in Cordelia Jensen's affecting novel, written in verse.

Book Review :: Take This Man - Gay Romance Stories

By Christopher Verleger | Jun 25
While love and marriage may go together like a horse and carriage, this collection edited by Neil Plakcy reminds us what really gets those carriage wheels turning.

Book Review :: Make Something Up

By Christian Cintron | Jun 23
The man who brought you "Fight Club" and "Choke" brings you a collection of short stories from his varied career. It's partly what you'd expect with some pleasant surprises. It might be a bit intense for newcomers but diehard fans will find valuable gems.

Book Review :: Dream Land: The True Tale Of America's Opiate Epidemic

By Steve Weinstein | Jun 21
If this narrative of how doctors' sincere need to relieve pain collided with Big Pharma's marketing machine and street heroin doesn't entirely succeed, it's chilling enough -- and then some.

Book Review :: A Place Called Winter

Jun 14
One of Britain's most prolific gay writers, Patrick Gale reaches across the Atlantic to re-imagine the story of his own great-grandfather, who took to the wilds of territorial Canada to escape a repressive if putatively more civilized Britain.

Book Review :: Eyrie

By Christopher Verleger | Jun 13
A disgraced environmentalist sacrifices his own recovery and endangers himself while helping a friend from his past in Tim Winton's nail-biting novel.

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