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Kirkus Indie Books of the Month - May 2015

  • FICTION

    Off the Reservation

    NOV. 21, 2014

FICTION

Off the Reservation

by Glen Merzer

A witty, winking political novel sure to satisfy liberals in an age of extreme partisanship. Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
  • CHILDREN'S

    A Wolf at the Gate

    MARCH 28, 2015

CHILDREN'S

A Wolf at the Gate

by Mark Van Steenwyk illustrated by Joel Hedstrom

A visually stunning work addressing themes of peace, generosity, and forgiveness. Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
  • NONFICTION

    Making A Living, Making A Life

    OCT. 18, 2014

NONFICTION

Making A Living, Making A Life

by Daniel Rose

A wise, well-honed collection of speeches that address vital issues with fresh, penetrating insight. Full review >

FULL REVIEW >
  • NONFICTION

    How to Be a Superhero

    JUNE 1, 2015

NONFICTION

How to Be a Superhero

by Mark Edlitz

All-out victory for fans, though even pop-culture newbs will enjoy the ride. Full review >

FULL REVIEW >

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