Category Archive: Reviews

Endangered by Jean Love Cush Book Review

In the debut novel Endangered by Jean Love Cush, the focus is on race and social class in America. Malik is arrested and charged with the murder of his friend Troy. The arresting officer was blatantly abusive to Malik and his only reasoning for the arrest was that Malik fit the profile—a black male, in his teens, …

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The Infinity Program by Richard H. Hardy Book Review

The Infinity Program is about two men, Harry and Jon, who both work at HTPS Industries.  Jon is one of those people who pretty much anyone likes, very easy-going and friendly. Harry has a reputation for being something of an oddball—extremely intelligent and very eccentric.  Despite their differences Harry and Jon become friends. There is a love interest …

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Conquering Shame and Codependency by Darlene Lancer Book Review

I’m in the habit of reviewing the psychology related books that come my way. I’ve spent years studying psychology academically and still enjoy learning new things. So, I’d picked this book from the list a while ago with no idea what I would be getting into. My brief time as a substance abuse counselor was …

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