Search Results: "Harry W. Miller"


BOOK REVIEW

NON-FICTION
Released: Feb. 6, 1936

"A biased study of the complicated intersection between faith and reason."
A conservative Christian attempts to put to rest the conflict between religion and science by providing an argument based on Jesus' teachings. Read full book review >

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NON-FICTION
Released: June 1, 1997

"Emerging from this work is a creature less to be reviled than to be admired, demonstrating extraordinary evolutionary adaptability, fabulous variety, and spectacular coloration."
A comprehensive and deeply satisfying exploration of that much-maligned creature, the snake, from herpetologist Greene (Univ. of Calif., Berkeley). Read full book review >

BOOK REVIEW

NON-FICTION
Released: Feb. 1, 1998

"A fascinating work, well told, and a moving celebration of masterworks by North America's early indigenous artists. (71 color, 11 b&w photos; 108 color drawings) (Book-of-the-Month Club/History Book Club selection)"
A lively archaeological detective story and a thorough survey of some of the most stunning and little-known artwork of America's prehistoric inhabitants. Read full book review >

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MIRABELLE THE SHAPESHIFTER AND BATTLE EARTH by Max W. Miller
FICTION & LITERATURE

"An inventive and often inspired start to a new fantasy series."
A YA fantasy mystery featuring angelic beings forced to face the beautiful and horrible extremes of human existence.Read full book review >

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"A fun, inventive superhero tale with a brave teenage girl at its heart."
This second book in the teen paranormal Legacy of Sadie Mae Stevens series introduces a new and dangerous foe for the crimson-tressed title character. Read full book review >

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The Thirteenth Step: Zombie Recovery by Michele W. Miller
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Nov. 8, 2013

"A well-written, thoughtful treatment not just of a popular literary trope but of a nagging social issue."
A humorous and surprising satire of both the zombie apocalypse and the culture of addiction. Read full book review >

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SOOTHING by W. Hans Miller
Released: Feb. 6, 2017

"A fine, engrossing portrait of mental illness and healing."
A psychologist looks back on his struggles to quiet the seething minds of his patients—and his own—in this debut memoir. Read full book review >

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MARY MILLER
by Stephanie Buschardt

Despite its title, there’s not a lot of happiness going around in Mary Miller’s new collection, Always Happy Hour. “There is nothing more disgusting, really, than people enjoying themselves so thoroughly when you’re miserable,” writes Miller in the book’s opening story, a rather grim yet appropriate introduction to the morbid hilarity that’s to come in the following pages. More ...


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LOVING LOCKS WITH SHAREE MILLER
by Julie Danielson

In a recent opinion piece at Blavity, [currently inaccessible online],  guest author and children’s book reviewer “kirkwood1692” weighs in on what she describes as a surge (for various reasons she notes in her piece) in the scholarly interest of the representation of black girls in children’s literature. Of course, the author writes, “just because a book has a ...


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MICHAEL TWITTY
by Gregory McNamee

Recipes, like people, have DNA. It may take some ferreting out, some hard kitchen testing, some documentary research, and some more tasting and adjusting, but eventually that yellowed slip of paper tucked into grandmom’s copy of Joy of Cooking will yield its ancestry, reveal its origins through the patina of the past, and show how tastes and ingredients have changed ...


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BAD RELIGION
by Mandy Wan

 

BOOK REPORT for The Violet Hour (The Violet Hour Book 1) by Whitney A. Miller

Cover Story: Smoke Gets In Your Big Face
BFF Charm: Caution
Swoonworthy Scale:
 1
Talky Talk: Figuratively Speaking
Bonus Factor:
 Cult
Relationship Status: Memorable Fling That Wants to Come Back for More

 

Cover Story: Smoke Gets In Your Big Face

A vaguely ...


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