Reviews – June 2013


Latin D’Lite

Deliciosas recetas Latinas con un Toque Saludable
Author: Ingrid Hoffmann

Este libro ilustrado y fácil de seguir ofrece un giro saludable a la cocina latina moderna, incluye más de 150 recetas latinas clásicas donde ofrece saludables sustituciones de ingredientes, consejos de cocina y comparte secretos de preparación para ahorrar tiempo e ideas de presentación.

Author: Mark Ryden

Blending themes of pop culture with techniques reminiscent of the old masters, Mark Ryden has created a singular style that blurs the traditional boundaries between high and low art. His work first garnered attention in the 1990s when he ushered in a new genre of painting, “Pop Surrealism,” dragging a host of followers in his wake. He has trumped the initial surrealist strategies by choosing subject matter loaded with cultural connotation.

Antonia Lively Breaks the Silence
Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill
Author: David Samuel Levinson

One writer’s mysterious death, another’s relentless quest for fame, and a bitter literary critic’s passion for manipulation all figure into the story of this haunting novel set in a small upstate New York college town in the 1990s.

The Three Rules
Author: Michael E. Raynor / Mumtaz Ahmed

The Three Rules is a book that provides the hard evidence useful to help leaders set their agendas and make critical decisions despite ambiguity and uncertainty. The three rules are lodestones that point the way toward the most profitable paths forward. The rules will show you not the roads less travelled, but the roads best travelled.