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Storming the Heavens: the Soviet League of the Militant Godless, by Daniel Peris

Storming the Heavens: the Soviet League of the Militant Godless, by Daniel Peris

This book is a detailed examination of the Bolshevik “League of the Militant Godless,” or Союз Войнствующих Безбожников, launched in 1925 during the New Economic Policy (NEP), the atheistic Bolsheviks’ retreat from the War Communism of the Civi... Read On

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Holy Orders, by Carolyn Thorman

Holy Orders, by Carolyn Thorman

A phenomenally good novel. Vida Zedonis, repository of family religious tradition, joins the Sisters of Siluva, a Catholic Order transplanted from Lithuania to West Virginia. Years later, having served a stint in the Order in Lithuania and supervisin... Read On

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Covering Islam, by Edward W. Said

Covering Islam, by Edward W. Said

Covering Islam could be called Orientalism, Part II. In Covering Islam, Edward Said continues his thesis that Western “Orientalists”, in the service of Western spy agencies and imperial governments—especially in the U.S.—distort and discr... Read On

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Islamic Human Rights and International Law

Islamic Human Rights and International Law

A timely and disturbing work by an attorney and Arabic translator who researched the spread of fundamentalist Islam in Central Asia. Tracing the importance of custom in Islamic law, which he asserts has incorporated many ancient tribal and traditiona... Read On

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In God’s Name: An Investigation into the Murder of Pope John Paul I

In God’s Name: An Investigation into the Murder of Pope John Paul I

A detailed and massively documented expose on the probable assassination of Pope John Paul I on September 28, 1978, after 33 days of rule. The author points to many coincidences and discrepancies that collectively lend themselves to the conclusion th... Read On

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The Selk King, by Glenn Lazar Roberts

The Selk King, by Glenn Lazar Roberts

A unique and visionary epic in beautiful nets of language with sustained flights of fancy. Flores of the Turlicum pursues Amina to the Island of the Dead, recruiting a ship and a crew to rescue her. A new roster of misanthropes appear: Fish, slave of... Read On

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Maalstrom, by Glenn Lazar Roberts

Maalstrom, by Glenn Lazar Roberts

Heroic fantasy in the tradition of Robert E. Howard’s Conan and Edgar Rice Burrough’s Martian tales, in an original style reflecting H.P Lovecraft and the great Mervyn Peake of the Gormenghast novels. The location is the alien planet Maalstrom, colon... Read On

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While Europe Slept: How Radical Islam is Destroying the West From Within

While Europe Slept: How Radical Islam is Destroying the West From Within

This is a clarion call from an American writer alarmed at the growing presence of Islam and Muslims in post-9/11 Europe. The title says it all:  liberal immigration and welfare policies of modern Europe, both EU and non-EU states, have caused their e... Read On

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A Prince of Our Disorder: the Life of T.E. Lawrence

A Prince of Our Disorder: the Life of T.E. Lawrence

A dense work presenting virtually everything known or knowable about the life of Colonel T. E. Lawrence, the British agent and social misfit who attempted to lead the Bedouin of Arabia out of the deserts and into the modern world. Most interesting is... Read On

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Grendel, by John Gardner, reviewed by C.J. Burch

Grendel, by John Gardner, reviewed by C.J. Burch

Ookay, just for all of you who are so far removed from College English Lit Class that you can’t remember what the hell it was you were supposed to have learned, much less the important stuff like the cleavage on the babe three rows over who wore thos... Read On

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