Plato’s Apology of Socrates: A New Translation, in the Style of a Cinematic Novella by Steve Kostecke

Plato’s Apology of Socrates: A New Translation, in the Style of a Cinematic Novella Steve Kostecke CreateSpace (2011) ISBN 9781456490614 Reviewed by Richard R. Blake for Reader Views (4/11)   “Plato’s Apology of Socrates: A New Translation, in the Style of Cinematic Novella” is a unique and innovative approach to introducing classic literature to a... Continue Reading →

New and Selected Poems by Cherie Burbach

New and Selected Poems Cherie Burbach Bonjour Publishing (2011) ISBN 9780983475002 Reviewed by Richard R. Blake for Reader Views (4/11)   In “New and Selected Poems” Cherie Burbach has compiled a combination of her new poems as well as the most popular selections from her earlier works - “The Difference Now,” “A New Dish,” and... Continue Reading →

Discovery in the Desert: It Will Shake the Nations (Volume 1) by Tom Thiele

Discovery in the Desert: It Will Shake the Nations (Volume 1) Tom Thiele The Jesus Solution Media (2011) ISBN 9780615425016 Reviewed by Richard R. Blake for Reader Views (4/11)   As a result of the economic crisis in the United States, NASA experienced significant budget cuts. The 2013 budget called for a significant reduction in... Continue Reading →

Destined To Live, Despite Me: Biblical Truths for Suicide Survivors by Yolanda Shanks

Destined To Live, Despite Me: Biblical Truths for Suicide Survivors Yolanda Shanks Believer’s Press Services (2010) ISBN 9780578054681 Reviewed by Richard R. Blake for Reader Views (4/11)   “Destined to Live, Despite Me: Biblical Truths for Suicide Survivors” is unique in that it is written from the perspective of a “suicide attempter.” Author Yolanda Shanks’... Continue Reading →

Blood in the Promised Land by Eliot Sefrin

Blood in the Promised Land Eliot Sefrin iUniverse (2011) ISBN 9781462026104 Reviewed by Richard R. Blake for Reader Views (4/11)   At the height of World War II another intense confrontation is spawning divisive hostilities on America’s home front. Wartime production jobs have lured thousands of poor blacks from the rural South to defense jobs... Continue Reading →

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