Review: Insane Angels by Edward Nicholls
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by John Staughton, Senior Reviewer
1w ago
Miracles happen in the most unlikely places in Insane Angels by Edward Nicholls, a whip-smart peek into higher powers, both human and divine. The only thing that can make a hangover worse - or at least weirder - is finding a halo inexplicably hanging above your head, and that is precisely the predicament of the ..read more
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Review: Om Vel Way by Seval Seer
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by John Staughton, Senior Reviewer
1w ago
Eye-opening, mind-expanding, and relentlessly hopeful, Om Vel Way: Be Happy and Make Happy by Seval Seer is a well-crafted guide for the journey of self-actualization. Part memoir and part spiritual textbook, the author patiently explicates much of what he has learned over decades of study and presents practical techniques for readers to apply those lessons ..read more
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Deep Heavy Stuff by Don Ake
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by John Staughton, Senior Reviewer
1w ago
An insightful collection of personal essays and thought-provoking anecdotes, Deep Heavy Stuff: Thoughts and essays for enriching your life by Don Ake is an inspiring work of contemporary writing that is alternately raw, funny, and hopeful. Addressing some of the deep spiritual and social wounds of the modern age, this collection is in turn a ..read more
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Review: Fog & Fireflies by T.H. Lehnen
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by John Staughton, Senior Reviewer
2w ago
Children with the hearts of seasoned warriors must save their world from being swallowed by sinister magic in Fog & Fireflies by T.H. Lehnen, a mesmerizing and thought-provoking fantasy. In this remarkably imagined fantasy world, isolated villages drift like lost ships in a fiendish fog, which forever threatens to invade these islands of humanity, but ..read more
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The Further Travels and Surprising Adventures of Baron Munchausen by Ross Stein
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by John Staughton, Senior Reviewer
2w ago
A new chapter of unbelievable escapades and impossible achievements awaits in The Further Travels and Surprising Adventures of Baron Munchausen by Ross Stein, a witty, whimsical, and poignant reimagining of the famous character. Told as a relentless stream of clever rhetoric and effortless philosophical debate with a drinking companion, the legendary baron spins a masterful ..read more
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Review: Clans by Frederick Albert
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by John Staughton, Senior Reviewer
2w ago
Showing the rise and fall of beliefs in two men connected by loyalty and brotherhood, Clans by Frederick Albert is a modern-day musing on race relations and the gap of ideologies still fracturing America. Jimmy Brett is doing all right for himself, enjoying the fruits of early internet success, including a fancy Jaguar and a ..read more
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Review: A Summer of War by Lynn Mason
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by John Staughton, Senior Reviewer
3w ago
A breathless tale of violence and love, A Summer of War by Lynn Mason is a gripping plunge into the jungles of Vietnam, told through an evocative and refreshing lens. When a misogynistic military bureaucrat tells reporter Chris McKenna that the Mekong Delta is no place for a woman, she smells a story, so she ..read more
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An Interview with H.S. Gilchrist: Author of The End of the World: Rise of the After Lord
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by SPR
1M ago
H.S. Gilchrist is the debut author of The End of the World (first book in The Primordial Engine series), former Anthropology major turned data analyst. Nurturing a young nerd. Writing the adventures she dreams of. Tell us about your book. Broken Earth, dystopian future, an alien god bent on world destruction, and two badass chicks ..read more
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Imagine There’s No Heaven by Frederick Von Heisenberg
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by John Staughton, Senior Reviewer
1M ago
Laying out a compelling argument for atheism, or at least a more intentional relationship to whatever faith you choose, Imagine There's No Heaven: The Born Again Atheist by Frederick Von Heisenberg is a personal reflection on God's potential existence, or lack thereof. Beginning with a thorough review of the major global religions and traditions, Von ..read more
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An Interview with Dave Garrett: Author of Involuntary Flashback
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by SPR
1M ago
Dave Garrett is a 1966 Ursinus College Graduate, majoring in Chemistry. He served in the United States Marine Corps as a Combat Engineer Officer with the West Pac Ground Forces, 1967-1968, and from 1970–1994 as a Special Agent for the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Primary duties involved Foreign Counterintelligence Matters – Soviet Union in the ..read more
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