Best Reviewed Books of July

A DUDE’S GUIDE TO SURVIVING HIS WEDDING by Tyler Cameron

Genre: How To

IR Verdict: A DUDE’S GUIDE TO SURVIVING HIS WEDDING is a funny, fast, and informative read that will make engaged bros everywhere rejoice.

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TWO MOUNTAINS: KILIMANJARO TO QUADRIPLEGIC AND BACK by S. Michael Scadron

Genre: Memoir

IR Verdict: Readers will be moved by the author’s incredible personal triumph, and the hope that serves as the heart of this autobiographical story.

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PRACTICE THE JEALOUS ARTS by Delia C. Pitts

Genre: Mystery/Thriller

IR Verdict: Mystery novelist Delia C. Pitts is masterful at building character, setting, tension, and plot twists and PRACTICE THE JEALOUS ARTS is a masterful sequel to the first book in her Ross Agency Series.

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THE GOD PRESUMPTION by Caroline S. Fairless

Genre: Environment

IR Verdict: In THE GOD PRESUMPTION, author Caroline S. Fairless delivers a well-argued premise that is both timely and profound.

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GAME THEORY by William Lange

Genre: Mystery/Thriller

IR Verdict: GAME THEORY is both a thoroughly enjoyable mystery and a thought-provoking look at what our world might look like in fifty – or maybe twenty – years.

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SHACKLED: A Journey from Political Imprisonment to Freedom by Adam Siddiq

Genre: Biography

IR Verdict: SHACKLED inspires and reminds the world that even in darkness there is light to be found.

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AGENTS OF CHANGE by Jack McDaniel

Genre: Science Fiction

IR Verdict: At times eloquent, at time pulsating with action, AGENTS OF CHANGE is a thought-provoking contemplation on America’s ultimate dystopia and perhaps worst fear–a reckless state largely unhinged from science and rational thought.  

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SECRETS AND SHADOWS by Roberta Silman

Genre: Historical + Women’s Fiction

IR Verdict: Haunting and poignant, SECRETS AND SHADOWS is a beautifully written historical novel.

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MIDSUMMER’S BOTTOM by Darren Dash

Genre: Humor

IR Verdict: MIDSUMMER’S BOTTOM is a thoroughly Puckish take on the original play, reflecting and refracting its mischief through modern lenses – a delight for the devotee of Shakespearean comedy.

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BREAKING VASES: Shattering Limitations & Daring to Thrive by Dima Ghawi

Genre: Memoir

IR Verdict: Author Dima Ghawi writes clearly and sparely about her life, keeping the pages effortlessly turning, but she also has an eye for details that makes the story come alive.

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  1. avatar
    Darren Dash says:

    Surprised and delighted that Midsummer’s Bottom was chosen to feature on this list. Many thanks! I’ll be sharing it with all my followers over the coming days.

    Reply

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