"The book’s explicitness regarding behind-closed-doors behaviors clearly marks this as a read geared most to open-minded young men. They will find a wealth of solid advice that is variously sophisticated, amusing and entertaining."
"This highly detailed, serious scientific work proffers an ambitious proposal aimed at solving the strain on the world’s resources due to rapidly increasing population... The book’s audience likely will be scientists interested in a unique solution to the world’s pressing problems."
"A skillfully written, inspiring story of spiritual growth that recalls the writings of Anne Lamott, with its openness about the raw vulnerabilities of motherhood and Elizabeth Gilbert’s Eat, Pray, Love with its honest and searing search for a higher purpose in life."
"A snapshot of the industrial challenges to the planet and proffers a business model to effect positive change toward global sustainability. The subject matter is highly relevant to concerns regarding environmental degradation, the author gives repeated weight to catch phrases rather than offering more in-depth analysis of complicated subject."
"This book is a provocative look at how religious thought is molded by cultural norms and will help many people understand the subtle and not so subtle ways Christianity is developing in the Far East."
"Sajaja taps into the latest trend for hobbyists with her winning coloring book. Her coloring book has art on only one side of the pages, which keeps the colors from bleeding through and makes them easier for framing. these are beautiful designs that seem to bloom right on the page, even without colors."
"Gabe has undertaken an arduous and grim task to convincingly show that the 9-11 attacks, the 2008 global financial crisis (GFC) and the rise of the Islamic State are all intimately linked. His writing is clear and passionate, sprinkled with an occasional clever turn of phrase, but doesn’t cite sources for his “facts” and leaves readers guessing."
"The instructional material in this book is often baffling, and a professional teacher is indeed likely to be a needed supplement. Ultimately, readers will struggle to make sense of this offering, which, while clearly well intended, falls short of its goal of being a useful tool for aspiring musicians."
"While steeped in academic-like prose, Edison also offers unscientific personal asides that are jarring. Such diversions dilute the authority of his more formal presentation and create an identity issue for the book: Is it a serious, academic work, or a personal plea?"
"This upbeat, appealingly illustrated production is an ideal book for adults and preschoolers to enjoy together at home, in preschool, playgroups or during library storytimes. With its surprise party plot element, it also makes an excellent birthday gift."
"Armel Possi does an excellent job of detailing how to start and maintain an NEMT business in his slim new volume...For anyone considering launching an NEMT business, this is a book well worth reading."
"...the Greathouses are producing a charming body of minor work in music and dance. This second collection of their work offers a good starting point for the dance beginner who wishes to take his or her skills to the next level."
“In his Preface, Albaba states that he will present “four themes—love, family, storytelling, and personal experiences.” The overarching topic in almost every poem is the author’s Islamic faith…The overall mode of this book is didactic, and the language is mostly ordinary and prose-like.
"The book is short on specific how-to instructions and long on generalities and platitudes..Readers who click with Colquitt’s chatty style will appreciate his anecdotes about changing one’s mindset to tackle more challenging classes or outside projects. however, The Scholar’s Key lacks the depth and focus it needs to be fully useful."
"A large, colorful treatise examining the concept of national development both in general terms, and in the specific situation of one African country..Composed with idealism and practicality, Visions of Ghana is a laudable effort to impact developing nations in a positive way."
"A handbook of basic Christianity, written by a retired prison chaplain, missionary, pastor, and evangelist. This book will appeal to a wide audience, including those just curious about Christianity, serious seekers of Jesus, and even current believers."
"Khan presents a plan to unleash the economic power of India in his book...this India entry offers plenty of food for thought...Those passionately interested in economic theory may find some enjoyment and intellectual stimulation in these pages."
"Jiping Liu’s book, Liquid Explosives, presents a well-sourced summary of research developments in the field...Heavily academic, this book will serve as a helpful volume for industry experts and a handy and useful primer for engineering and science professionals looking to brush up on the basics before diving further into this specialized field."
"Khan puts forth some bold and provocative, if idealistic, ideas..his creation, the Mutual Benefit Bond System. MBCS is designed to raise money for government operations, not through taxation, but by the sales of bonds. Overly optimistic, it’s a noble effort to seek economic improvement for the U.S. and the world."
"Niaz Ahmed Khan offers a plan to deliver Greece from its recent economic turmoil in his book...Khan sees a future remade for the better, and even if viewed as a strictly hypothetical exercise, How to Restore the Greek Economy presents imaginative ideas that some readers might find compelling."