September, 2017 Book Reviews

Not many books, but lots of conversations

Devil’s Bargain  by Joshua Green
Genre: Political
Reviewed by Cheryl: A
Dark Money  by Jane Mayer
Genre: Political
Reviewed by Cheryl: In Progress
America’s First Daughter  by Stephanie Dray
Genre: Historical Fiction
Reviewed by Cheryl: C
Alaska  by James Michener
Genre: History
Reviewed by Claudia: In Progress
Deviate  by Beau Lotto
Genre: Science
Reviewed by Elaine: A
“The Science of Seeing Differently”
The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo  by Steig Larsson
Genre: Mystery
Reviewed by Joe C: A
Mad City  by Michael Arntfield
Genre: Non-Fiction
Reviewed by Joe C: C
The Right Attitude to Rain  by Alexander McCall Smith
Genre: Fiction
Reviewed by John N: A+
The Bad Ass Librarians of Timbuktu  by Joshua Hammer
Genre: History
Reviewed by John N: B+
My Several Worlds  by Pearl S. Buck
Genre: Autobiographical
Reviewed by Judy: A
Water for Elephants  by Sara Gruen
Genre: Fiction
Reviewed by Judy: B
Three Parts Dead  by Max Gladstone
Genre: Sci-Fi
Reviewed by Kris: A
A Whole New Life  by Reynolds Price
Genre: Biography
Reviewed by Kris: B
Shirley Jackson: A Rather Haunted Life  by Ruth Franklin
Genre: Biography
Reviewed by Mary: A-
Let the People In – Ann Richards  by Jan Reid
Genre: Biography
Reviewed by Mary: B+
Eleanor and Hick  by Susan Quinn
Genre: Biography
Reviewed by Mary: B+
Humanity In God  by Elisabeth Moltmann-Wendel
Genre: Philosophical
Reviewed by Sophia: A
Brides in the Desert  by Saskia Murk-Jansen
Genre: Biography
Reviewed by Sophia: Loved It!