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A Man Came Out of a Door in the Mountain: Review

A Man Came Out of a Door in the Mountain is a fascinating story about a small mountain town, local folklore, the supernatural, and the strong ties of friendship. 690 more words


If You Happen to Have a Dinosaur: Review

“If You Happen to Have a Dinosaur” is a delightful children’s book, explaining all the potential uses of a dinosaur pet.

I’m not a young boy, so I have no longstanding fascination with dinosaurs like it seems so many young boys do. 357 more words


S Street Rising: Review

This book provided interesting insight into the crack trade of Washington D.C., and the young news reporter who was caught up in it all.

Ruben, a young reporter for the Post, is not only investigating the violence in relation to crack but is also a crack addict himself. 320 more words


The Wolf: Review

This book took me a few chapters to get engrossed in, and I honestly wasn’t holding out much hope for the story. I’m glad that I decided to stick with the story because by the fourth or fifth chapter I was truly sucked into a fascinating read. 559 more words


Joy, Guilt, Anger, Love: Review

This book offers a fascinating glimpse into the neuroscience behind emotions; something not normally thought about when dealing with emotions on an everyday basis.

Before reading this book I hadn’t really thought much about emotion. 293 more words


The Frangipani Hotel: Review

I found myself very disappointed with this book. While I can’t say that I didn’t like the book, because I did, it just fell way… 253 more words


I Freed Myself: Review

This was a fascinating read; analyzing the impact that African Americans had on their own emancipation. This book is a technical, yet understandable read, allowing it to be comprehended by readers of variable skill levels. 320 more words