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Reece Manley talks about
You are now reading a book review. In your mind you likely hear a voice "reading out loud" these words to yourself. Questions: Who is reading out loud? Who is the voice reading to? Dr. Reece W....
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Leah Bennett - In Tonya Scott Wyandon's daring debut novel, "Breaking Into Soul," the social mores of a small Southern town and the deep-rooted families that give it life are the backdrop for an...
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Susan Wiggs talks about
As she's both thrilled and terrified to be leading the annual town Christmas pageant, the last thing proper, by-the-book librarian Maureen Davenport needs is former child star/recovering alcoholic...
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jitu rajgor talks about
Very interesting book.I read this book last week. Hosseini's writing is lucid and clear to the topic. Great work.
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chander murugesan talks about
I am a Madarasi. The title of the book attracted me first when I found this book in Landmark.But after started reading the book I could not keep it down. The debut novel of Salima Ali is so good in...
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Precious Williams talks about
"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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Aju Mukhopadhyay talks about
It is natural for a Jewish to love Jewish faces and why not? They have a prominent place on earth. Live long the Jews in harmony with other peoples of the world. Aju Mukhopadhyay
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steven nedelton talks about
CROSSROADS REVIEWS (Crossroads at http://www.SNEDELTON.com) MIDWEST BOOK REVIEW 5.0 out of 5 stars for Crossroads spy thriller A fascinating and entertaining story of cold war espionage, highly...
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Jonathan Winters talks about
M. B. Rees' third of the Omar Yussef Mysteries, The Samaritan's Secret, is more polished in the mystery aspect of the story than A Grave In Gaza, the previous book in the series - exactly what I was...
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Mark Glamack talks about
Littluns and the Book of Darkness Mark Glamack, Author Mark Glamack, Illustrator EZ Gift Shopping PO Box 285, West Bloomfield, NY 14585 9780615169972 $29.95 www.littluns.net Adventure, courage, and...
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Frank Sanello talks about
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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Bonnie G Roberts talks about
Akhter Ahsen, Ph.D., author of Manhunt in the Desert, and publisher, Brandon House Publishing, New York, New York, writes to Roberts about her poetry: "Modern soul is alien to poetry, and furrows...
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Aberjhani talks about
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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Nicola Chambers talks about
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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Jonathan Winters talks about
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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Susan Brown talks about
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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Leighton D Gage talks about
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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Jana McBurney-Lin talks about
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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