Books reviewed by Rory L. Aronsky at BookBrowse.

Rory L. Aronsky
BookBrowse Reviewer

Rory L. Aronsky, co-author of BearManor Media’s What If They Lived?, with Phil Hall, used to want to be a full-time film critic while writing well over 10 years of movie and DVD reviews, but eventually grew tired of the hamster-wheel feeling of it, realizing once and for all that his true love has always been books. He constantly haunts the websites and Facebook pages of Stacey Ballis, Sarah Pekkanen, and Barbara O’Neal, impatiently waiting for their newest novels, and is hugely interested in presidential history. When he’s not reading, he works as a library aide at a Henderson elementary school in the Clark County School District of Southern Nevada, and he’s at work on his next nonfiction book, his first novel, and a possible play.

Books reviewed by Rory L. Aronsky

Be Frank With Me (04/06/16)
Youngblood (02/03/16)
Find Me Unafraid (11/18/15)
The Incarnations (09/02/15)
Aquarium (04/01/15)
The Marauders (03/04/15)
Spare Parts (02/04/15)
Empire of Sin (11/19/14)
Out of the Woods (01/22/14)

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