Archive of: Book Reviews

Issue

Title

“Learning to Fall" by Philip Simmons June 2015

“Learning to Fall" by Philip Simmons

A book that teaches how to rescue joy from heartbreak and other lessons in life from a man diagnosed with ALS at 35.

Too Much Medicine? May 2015

Too Much Medicine?

One doctor’s prescription for today’s health care

"Love Free or Die" Romantic Stories by Granite Staters April 2015

"Love Free or Die" Romantic Stories by Granite Staters

"Love Free or Die" is the fourth book in the NH Pulp Fiction Series that was created by NH Magazine's Rick Broussard.

Faith on Trial March 2015

Faith on Trial

A late-in-life ordeal for the founder of the Christian Science Church.

"What Color is Monday?” by Carrie Cariello February 2015

"What Color is Monday?” by Carrie Cariello

A beautifully written true book about a family's experiences with Jack, a young boy with autism.

“The Education of a Yankee” by Judson Hale January 2015

“The Education of a Yankee” by Judson Hale

Judson Hale of Yankee Publishing in Dublin (our parent company) tells his story of growing up in the backwoods of Maine.

"Rocks" by Aerosmith's Joe Perry December 2014

"Rocks" by Aerosmith's Joe Perry

It's seems to be a matter of perspective regarding the Aerosmith phenomenon

"Howard Elman's Farewell" by Ernest Hebert November 2014

"Howard Elman's Farewell" by Ernest Hebert

Darby Doomsday: a tale about the "fading of something to nothing."

"New Hampshire Book of the Dead" by Roxie Zwicker October 2014

"New Hampshire Book of the Dead" by Roxie Zwicker

Find out why graveyards are much more than burial spots

"Leaving Time" The Latest Novel from Jodi Picoult September 2014

"Leaving Time" The Latest Novel from Jodi Picoult

NH author Jodi Picoult's newest novel tackles the controversies of mental illness, with the theories of elephant cognition and the powers of a psychic thrown into the mix.