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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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Ivan G. Goldman talks about
"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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“Miss New India” contains the story of Anjali (Angie) Bose, who grows from sheltered nineteen-year-old in a backwater India town into a sadder but wiser young woman with growing skills and ambition....
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I learned about this book when I was browsing Barnes and Noble.com. Yes I go on the website and look for new books all the time. The premise intrigued me and it was placed on my list of books that I...
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I first came across the name Barbara Berman when I heard about the 100 POETS AGAINST THE WAR project, though I'm aware that many others are familiar with her in a variety of capacities as poet,...
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I was carried away, and haven't been so thoroughly engrossed in a novel since reading a random Dean Koontz suspense novel while spending a night in jail, but that was over ten years ago and a...
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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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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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Yup! That's what the New York Times said. In their review of "Every Bitter Thing" they called my Chief Inspector Mario Silva "irresisible".
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Brenda Scott talks about
Promise Keeper is the third installment in Mary Fremont Schoenecker’s Maine Shore Chronicles series and, like books one and two, features Tante Margaret, Chronicles’ thoroughly lovable clairvoyant....
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The story seems simple, at first--boy meets girl on subway, they fall in love and will march off into the sunset...or the crowded streets of New York. But then both the characters have lots and lots...
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The paradoxical title of Bonnie Roberts' new collection of poems, To Hide in the Light, evokes the ancient story of Eve, who only thought to hide herself once she had tasted the fruit of the tree of...
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