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While Khaled Hosseini’s runaway bestselling debut, The Kite Runner, was written from a male perspective and focused on the relationships between men, Hosseini’s second novel, A Thousand Splendid Suns...
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Jemma Chase and Detective Tucker return for another suspense-filled escapade in Perfect for Framing, the latest addition to Maggie Bishop’s acclaimed Appalachian Adventure series. With the advent of...
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Edith Bruck. Letter to my Mother I(Lettera alla Madre) Translated by Brenda Webster with Gabrielle Romani. New York: The Modern Language Association of America, 2006 Edith Bruck, well-known in...
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What I love about this book is that it is very detailed and explains the concepts in a very clear and concise way.
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Now look people, ya’ll know I’m just a country boy, ain’t been to them big colleges of ivory stairs and cut-glass marble floors, but you can bet that last dime, in your pocket, this ole boy knows how...
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... 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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Karla Brandenburg definitely kept the reader at their seat and crossing their fingers [that] Julianne and Jack end up together. She throws in some nice twists to make it the not-so-average romance...
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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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From: Yellow30 Sci-Fi, FootNotes Reviewer, 02/19/2008 Finding the last segment of the Key to the King’s Horde has become an obsession with Riyan and his friends. Traveling into forbidden lands is...
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From: Yellow30 Sci-Fi, FootNotes Reviewer, 09/16/2007 The Death Mark! Not a good tag for a thief, even one of the best. For Bartholomew Agreani it meant that the price on his head was worth more...
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Review by Donna Gillespie Here's the ultimate resource for writers who wish to seek support from a community of writers. Eileen Malone's "The Complete Guide to Writers' Groups, Conferences, and...
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“Both daunting and encouraging and well worth the considerable reading time… captures in one indexed volume many individual acts and campaigns of conscientious objection to war and of revenue refusal...
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This was a prize for my blog about Spring in my neck of the woods & as I'm a retired reviewer, I'm thrilled to add my recommendation for this scarily satisfying read. Sized to fit a coat pocket...
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Dear Sir, I am interested in Paris because it's beautiful and I have my family there. Paris is not just the city of lights, also the city of romance. It has so much to offer when it comes to hotels,...
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My librarian knows someone from the publishing company so she got us a few copies before it came out so we could review it for them. It was one of the best books I have ever read! To think that this...
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The writing drips with compassion. This book changed my life and spoiled me for every other piece of literature to come my way . . . while reading it, my heart literally stopped for beats and left me...
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Perhaps, it is because I *know* the poet, Amanda James-Dill that I loved the works in Katharsis; but then again... Perhaps it is the breathtaking imagery of something as simple as seamonkeys,that...
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This is a beautiful story which revolves around a spirited young girl on the brink of womanhood in 18th century Iran. Her father suddenly dies, and she and her mother are left at the mercy of the...
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“This is a gripping account not just of horrific betrayal but also of heroic recovery.” -–David Clohessy, Director of SNAP, named People Magazine's 25 Most Intriguing People in 2003,
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"A beautiful, haunting new Dickensian tale of growing up between two mothers and two motherlands, each making suffocating claims on a girl who I would have liked to call a friend. I'm so happy to...
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