Recent Book, Music, and Movie Reviews
<Prev | Page 1 | Next>
A True Classic
I had been looking forward to getting this out of print book....hard to find. I had read reviews by top chefs as their favorite dessert book, always referred to as a classic culinary library must ... MoreWrite your own review
by Donald Hall
An Aging Poet Revisits His Art
Donald Hall (1928 -- 2018) knew from early adolescence that he wanted to be a poet; and he has, indeed, devoted his life to the art. Hall has published many books of poetry and memoirs and received ... MoreWrite your own review
Anyone looking for an in-depth discussion on what it means to be whole and happy would certainly benefit from reading Chester Litvin's Life of the Sailor: The Psychology of Who We Are. Litvin creates ... MoreWrite your own review
Heal Your Mind, Heal Your Life: A Mental Health Self-Help Book for Overcoming Depression and Anxiety
by Corinne Coe
So informative and helpful!
Excellent read very informative and straight to the point. I've been suffering from depression and found the excercises have helped with my negative thinking, I feel more confident too. Definitely a ... MoreWrite your own review
I would recommend this book to someone who is interested in the work of Hispanic Americans. This book tells the stories of ten Hispanic Americans who made history. If that isn't something you are ... MoreWrite your own review
For getting a grasp of Trademark Law, definitely!
First, the practical: while this book is well put together and provides some of the substantial points you would use in drafting an objection to trademark; it is a basis for a legal draft. However, ... MoreWrite your own review
Deliverance And The Civil War
Learning about the United States and its history is a never-ending rewarding experience. In particular, the study of the many facets of the Civil War can bring insights over a lifetime to amateurs, ... MoreWrite your own review
Sailor's Psychology: A Methodology on Self-Discovery Through the Tale of a Semite in the Squall by Chester Litvin, PhD is a study in the fragmented identities of humans. Litvin uses the metaphor of ... MoreWrite your own review
Chester Litvin, PhD has woven together an Orwellian world of doctrine, dogma, and propaganda in his book, Escape from Kolyma: Aborigin is a Bear Region. Psychological warfare has run rampant in the ... MoreWrite your own review
Keeping the Lights on for Ike: Daily Life of a Utilities Engineer at Afhq in Europe During Wwii; Or, What to Say in Letters Home When You're Not Allowed to Write about the War
Keeping the Lights on for Ike
This book presents an interesting historical glimpse into World War II
Divrei Torah, Chizuk, Sipurei Tzadikim
People say there is always at least 2 "Vertlach" (pieces) speaking to their needs.
Birmingham Civil Rights In Images Of America
Birmingham, Alabama was regarded as the most segregated city in America when it became the focus of the civil rights movement in the 1960s. Author Laura Anderson on behalf of the Birmingham Civil ... MoreWrite your own review
by Sonya Jesus
Knights Who Won My Heart was a great 5 star read and book four of the Knights series.
The author of "The Odds of Gods: Why Christians Should Never Tell Lies", Rush O.C. Campbell, starts out his narrative in a no-nonsense manner that is as efficient as it is descriptive. We get to know ... MoreWrite your own review
More of a travel book than cookbook
This is one of the worst cookbooks that I have ever seen.
<Prev | Page 1 | Next>