Category: Book Reviews

August 2011 Book Reviews by Morgan A. Thomas

Fresh and Compelling Novels Romance, vampires in the fictional town of Morganville, Texas, and historical fiction.   Burning Down the Spouse, written by Dakota Cassidy Read more »

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Book Bag: July 2011

Young Adult Fiction – Reinventing teen lives and reversing stereotypes, a glimpse into a post-apocalyptic, dystopian future, and a fictional spin on a classic. This Read more »

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Book Bag: June 2011

by Sharon L. Shervington When I think of summer reading, I think light, frothy novels, often long, that race ahead at breakneck speed and quite Read more »

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Book Bag: May 2011

Contrasting connections – the transformation of an Ecuadorean girl from exploited slave to confident woman, and a cogent analysis of the singular life of Mahatma Read more »

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Book Bag: April, 2011

Two popular novelists take us back in time — explore the life of a royal advisor in ancient Egypt, and the initiation of a prehistoric Read more »

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Book Bag: In the Landscape of History, Women as Landmarks

By Sharon L. Shervington It might be that our time will one day come to be known as a sort of historical renaissance, a time Read more »

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Book Bag: February, 2011

Reviews by Sharon L. Shervington The Warmth of Other Suns: the Epic Story of America’s Great Migration Written by Isabel Wilkerson Isabel Wilkerson has been Read more »

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Book Bag: Away from a Wicked Winter

Book Reviews By Sharon Shervington Room Written by Emma Donoghue For some years now Emma Donoghue has been one of the world’s most prolific and Read more »

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Book Bag: Integrated Thinking: The Importance of Being Eugene is in the Stories

  Eugene Robinson Image courtesy of Doubleday By Sharon Shervington Having grown up in the 1950s and 1960s in Orangeburg, South Carolina, Eugene Robinson remembers Read more »

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