I spent a lot of time this month participating in Nonfiction November, so I thought instead of the usual monthly wrap-up I’d post some mini-reviews instead. These three books address issues related to science, religion, and the intersection of the two. I recommend all three. … Continue Reading “November Wrap-Up and Mini-Reviews”
I absolutely loved Jenni Fagan’s first novel, The Panopticon, so I was excited to receive an advance copy of her new novel. I was a little afraid it wouldn’t meet expectations, but it did. In fact, Fagan’s second novel is very different from the… Continue Reading “The Sunlight Pilgrims by Jenni Fagan”
I had heard this wasn’t Kingsolver’s best book, and I’d tried starting it a few times and it didn’t really grab my attention. I went back to it last month and I’m so glad I did. Yes, Kingsolver can be a bit preachy on… Continue Reading “Flight Behavior by Barbara Kingsolver”
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