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Janet G. Riehl talks about
I think "Hungry" is amazing. I see it as a parable that both adults and children will enjoy and learn from in varying levels. There are so many cross-over elements in "Hungry." I think about "Lord of...
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Jeff Richardson talks about
This translation was nearly 10 years in the works and eagerly anticipated by the historical fencing community. John Michael Greer's understanding of the time period, historical philosophy and...
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Bess McBride talks about
"This is such a heart warming book! It tells a story of a woman who gets another shot in love and romance. The story catches my interest from the start and keeps me going till the end. It's just hard...
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Trina Robbins talks about
Once upon a time, when the world was young, I taught a workshop in writing comics. Let me tell you about one that really has stayed with me. I’ve been writing graphic novels, comics and books for...
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FOLA mordecai talks about
i hope huntress year two will come quickly,so as not to keep us in suspension for long. why did you want to kill USA Nobel laureate,please tell me .
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jitu rajgor talks about
I find excerpt of this book interesting. I would like to read it in large, if it is available here in 'crossword' store.Heather's writing sounds like Indian spiritual guru or a Budhhist monk.One...
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Paul Blakey talks about
The Occult Atlantis is a curious work. Is it indeed a legominism? To quote from the book itself: “The term ... legominism means a structure of ideas by which ancient wisdom is passed on in a form...
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Donna Ash talks about
This was a really good read…once I picked up the book, I couldn’t put it down. At first it seemed like I was reading a note left behind from a very sad little boy, but I soon realized it was going...
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FOLA mordecai talks about
racial discrimination start from the time when the prince and princess are called the blue blooded,and the rest red blooded,something very worthless,it boiled down ethnicity which was invariably part...
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Luqman Qadi talks about
Amazing brilliance this write is, that is accompanied with warmth that inspires the soul of the conscious. Desire revealed in its beauty, yearning for another chance to experience innocence. Love in...
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Mary Akers talks about
http://katdenza.blogspot.com/2009/05/read-this-women-up-on-blocks-by-mar... What better way to kick off Dan Wickett's designated short story month then a riveting, unique collection of stories by my...
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Marie Davis talks about
Hey Diddle Diddle -- that certainly seems like a familiar nursery ryme, one whose derivations are lost to antiquity -- although some sources claim it's tied to an Elizabethain scandal, or Richar III'...
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Brian S. Pratt talks about
From: Yellow30 Sci-Fi, FootNotes Reviewer, 08/29/2007 Riyan Borenson of the small village of Quillim is a shepherd boy. His best friend is Chadric Kelon, son of the village miller. Together they...
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Cheryl Malandrinos talks about
"Saffron Dreams" by Shaila Abdullah is an eloquently written and moving story of a Muslim woman living in America, whose world is turned upside down on September 11th. Arissa Illahi is a Muslim...
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Karla Brandenburg talks about
... At a time when computers and the Internet shorten actual distances even as they increase figurative ones, Karla Brandenburg's "An Intimate Distance" perfectly describes the effects of the...
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Samantha Hall talks about
By far the most unputdownable book I have read in a long time. I have passed it onto two friends who were not grateful at all - apparently no housework got done or children feed etc. LOL The...
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"Reading the book now and it is indeed the book generations of serious writers pursuing either a literary career or an academic literary life will need to read to evolve the form and its delivery,...
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former member talks about
Without reading the book and let me emphasize again, “Without Reading the Book!” Noting only the excerpt from the book, posted here at the Red Room. The mathematical mystery has me curious I must...
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Erik Vatne talks about
It seems that there are two types of poetry written these days: the over-taught confessional poetry that demands one's inner experiences be laid bare or the dense experimental poetry ensconced within...
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Judith Octavo talks about
I already thought of Chelsea as one of the funniest comediennes of late before I read this book. I was reading the lines from the book as if it's her self-deprecating manner of speaking that's...
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