Category Archives for Book Reviews

Review: Are Men Necessary? By Maureen Dowd

Ok, so sorry this is a little delayed, guys, but I’ve been on the job hunt all week, so I’m just now getting around to reviewing a book. This week I chose “Are Men Necessary” by Maureen Dowd. At first … Continue reading

22. October 2011 by KNedvidek
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Review: The Lolita Effect by M. Gigi Durham

So, I randomly came across this book at the library the other day and the cover alone made me grab it instantly. According to urbandictionary The Lolita Effect is the sexualization of young girls and projecting girls as sex objects … Continue reading

11. October 2011 by KNedvidek
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Review: The 19th Wife by David Ebershoff

The name Brigham Young no doubt sounds familiar to many people, the university, the Church- but where did he come from? What’s his deal? In David Ebershoff’s “The 19th Wife” the life of Brighman Young is explained amplified to the … Continue reading

29. September 2011 by KNedvidek
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