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A true story about a boxer's love for a son born with Down syndrome. Don't look for a boxing book filled with blood and guts. Sure "Down But Never Out" has its share of fisticuffs and ring mayhem....
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Amazing Legendary Personalities left to review a lot, Actually they are beyond indivudual a combination of a million. Great really great,
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American book review by Patty Inglish May 2010 Hatred is the Key - American/English Holocaust August 2, 1812 Hatred is the Key by author Graham Sclater Tabitha Books ISBN 978-0956397713 Published in...
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American book review by Patty Inglish May 2010 Hatred is the Key - American/English Holocaust August 2, 1812 Hatred is the Key by author Graham Sclater Tabitha Books ISBN 978-0956397713 Published in...
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"Some books are different - stand out in the crowd. Exit Blue is one of them. . . . a political satire full of imaginative scenarios and including a rich set of characters that will amuse you." --...
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Tales from Gundarland is an action packed, comical roller coaster. This wonderfully developed land with its inhabitants is a refreshing get away from the world we live in. All of the multiple...
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I love this book because it's both accessible and fun . . . I gravitate toward those that you can peruse and both pick and choose what you want to dive into. This book is empowering for women because...
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QUILL AND INK REVIEW: LETTERS WITH TALONED CLAWS BY EILEEN MALONE The poems in “Letters with Taloned Claws” do not fit into the usual cast of a poetry chapbook – on one hand, it is a collection of...
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Short review: The funniest thing I've read since Bill Bryson or Terry Pratchett (and better than both of those because of the pictures), and the best history book since "1066 and All That." I made...
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This brief book (two essays) is something I would recommend to any reader who wishes to understand issues of racism in today's world. One need only look at the badly spelled signs at "Tea Party"...
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This was such a treat! I bought the audio version because I was traveling and I always need an audio book in the car along with a paperback in my bag (and the requisite hardcover at home). I wasn't...
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I hesitated before buying a video of the movie version of Beezus and Ramona, having read mixed reviews. My mother, though, who gets a video of almost every new movie (we find it hard to make it to...
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from HubPagesA Brilliant New Look at the Private Life and Perversions of Adolf Hitlerby Christopher Antony Meade United Kingdom Hub AuthorFinally a great novel of the twenty first century and about...
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from HubPagesA Brilliant New Look at the Private Life and Perversions of Adolf Hitlerby Christopher Antony Meade United Kingdom Hub AuthorFinally a great novel of the twenty first century and about...
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by Amy Tan
(This isn't so much a review as a compliment) When I was a little younger, I read the book Sagwa. My sister and I would always pretend we were little cats, and make up new adventures. I always ended...
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It's been months (a long time for me) since I found a book that grabbed me, one that I looked forward to reading for more than sedative purposes. Pictures of You kept me up half the night...
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I am a great admirer of Maud Carol Markson's fiction, and this is the novel I fell in love with first. The voice is so subtle and deft, and the story moving and insightful about the difficulties and...
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“A scathing, satirical and often shocking trip through “the other war” in Iraq—the war within the U.S. Army, and within a soldier’s soul. Michael Anthony’s memoir is the perfect antidote for anyone...
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Leadership is a gift, and those who possess it are both admirable and praiseworthy. Great leaders encourage and protect. They help their cause thrive and take chances that some people would never...
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Cheryl L Snell talks about
I just had the pleasure of reading fellow RR member Marilyn Kallet's fine book, Circe, After Hours. With this book, we find ourselves in the presence of a modern day Circe, a many- faceted, deeply...
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