Book Reviews

The Internet Writing Journal, October 2000

*Click on the book's title below to read to the review.

Children's Books

The Five Fingered Family by Shakta Kaur Khalsa, Illustrated by Siri-Kartar K. Khalsa (The Brookfield Reader)
Touch and Feel Halloween (Dorling Kindersley)
Whoo's There? by Charles Reasoner (Price Stern Sloan)

Computer Books

How the MAC Works by John Rizzo and K. Daniel Clark (Que)
SAMS Teach Yourself Allaire ColdFusion by Charles Mohnike (Sams)
Special Edition Using XML by Lee Anne Phillips (Que)


Star Trek: Aliens and Artifacts by Michael Westmore, Alan Sims, Bradley M. Look and William J. Birnes (Pocket Books)
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Companion by Terry J. Erdmann with Paula M. Block (Pocket Books)
Shrine of Light by Sarah Isidore (Eos)
Shrine of Stars: The Third Book of Confluence by Paul J. McCauley (Eos)


Excavation by James Rollins (HarperCollins)
"G" is for Grafton by Natalie Hevener Kaufman and Carol McGinnis Kay (Owl Books)
Judgment in Death by J. D. Robb (Berkley)
Murder Follows Money by Lora Roberts (Fawcett)
Sea Change by James Powlik (Dell)


All You Need to Know About the Music Business by Donald S. Passman (Simon & Schuster)
The Art of Spelling: The Madness and the Method by Marilyn Vos Savant (W.W. Norton)
Healthy Jewish Cooking by Steven Raichlen (Viking)


Glass Houses by Stella Cameron (Kensington)
Where Dreams Begin by Lisa Kleypas (Avon)


On Writing by Stephen King (Scribner)