Category Archives: Book Review

Book Review: The Two-Edged Sword

by Old Shoe Woman Book Review: The Two-Edged Sword The Civil Rights Movement is most remembered as a turbulent time for African-Americans and for women who were seeking equal treatment, and an end to discrimination. When revisiting the demonstrations commonly associated with the movement, it is easy to forget the minorities working for the Federal

Book Review: The Diary of SKG

by The Daring Librarian Book Review: The Diary of SKG Helecia Choyce’s The Diary of Helecia Choyce is a riveting story that hits home for many people. The main point of the text resonates strongly: anything is possible as long as one believes. This tale spans all the ups and downs on the roller coaster

Book Review: Likely Enemies

by Stacie Stacie Stacie Book Review: Likely Enemies Likely Enemies by Ornstein is a successful novel about the lives of different groups of people who are brought together by the circumstances in their lives and affected by their similarities as much as their differences. Ornstein develops the plot at a life-like pace which lets the

Book Review: Steven Felicelli’s White

by AZM-GRAPHIX Book Review: Steven Felicelli’s White White is an imaginative journey through the life of an unknown, deceased painter and his gallery of art through the narration of said artist’s best friend. Steven Felicelli has arranged the artist’s life by his paintings in passage after passage appearing to be footnotes beneath…nothing. While each passage

Book Review: Finding the Right Dentist

by Isabelle Dow Book Review: Finding the Right Dentist “Once you find the right dentist, the right dental office with the right attitude, and the right fit for you, going to the dentist will be as pleasurable as going to your salon, your spa, your coffee house, or your favorite restaurant,” says Dr. Haque, and