Five Hundred Poor is the type of book we need more of. Full of unflinchingly honest stories that are, at times, shocking brutal and surprisingly tender, this is a living, breathing portrait of the world we live in. No gimmicks. No grandstanding. Just an honest glimpse at how the other half lives and how the other half dies that should inspire us to try harder.Jared Yates Sexton, Author of The People Are Going To Rise Like The Waters Upon Your Shore: A Story of American Rage
The reviews for one of our spring titles, IN THE SHADOW OF 10,000 HILLS by Jennifer Haupt are starting to roll in. Below is a wonderful review of the book, and pretty much sums up how I felt about it personally.
On this day when many are thankful, I’d like to express my gratitude to Bookish Lara who wrote this awesome review of one of our spring titles, Honeybee by Trista Mateer.