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Walk! Mallorca
Over fifty walks throughout the island from Peguera and Calvia in the southwest to Alcudia and Pollenca in the northeast, including all the principal walking...
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29 Myths on the Swinster Pharmacy
We are very curious about the Swinster Pharmacy. We stay up late every night wondering what sort of eerie secrets it contains. Why are there three Styrofoam...
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29 Myths on the Swinster Pharmacy
We are very curious about the Swinster Pharmacy. We stay up late every night wondering what sort of eerie secrets it contains. Why are there three Styrofoam heads...
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I Draw Roses
                               I Draw Roses: a Fable. An artist sits in his London...
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Listed as one of the Best Poetry Books of 2013 by the Barnes & Noble Review, this collection of poems explores the many ways poetry and art intersect. It...
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Flyover Lives
From the New York Times bestselling author of Le Divorce, a dazzling meditation on the mysteries of the “wispy but material” family ghosts who shape us Growing up...
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I Even Funnier
In this follow up to the #1 New York Times bestseller I Funny, middle schooler Jamie Grimm has big dreams of being the best stand-up comic in the world--and he...
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Wise Young Fool
Teen rocker Ritchie Sudden is pretty sure his life has just jumped the shark. Except he hates being called a teen, his band doesn't play rock, and "jumping the...
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The Conjurer and Other Azorean Tales
Born from the fertile volcanic soil and the sea and mists surrounding the Azorean islands, the characters who inhabit these stories blend realism with magic. Like...
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The North American paperback of my novel THE SEVENTH GATE has just come out. Here's the review from Publishers Weekly:    "Zimler (The Last Kabbalist of...
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  “Every journey to enlightenment is a comedy.”    There was no plan. Just an old car, an old map, an old book, and a new life. A Transcendental...
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by Amy Tan
After her mother Suyuan’s death, thirty-six year old Jing-mei (June) Woo joins The Joy Luck Club. The club, which Suyuan founded in China during the war, consists...
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by Amy Tan
Ruth is a self-sufficient woman who makes her living as a ghostwriter for self-help books. She lives with her long-term boyfriend, Art Kamen, and acts as a step-...
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Adverbs
Can Joe help it if he falls in love with people who don’t make him happy? And what about Helena—she’s in love, but somehow this isn’t enough. Shouldn’t it be? And...
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Wolff electrified critics with his scarifying 1989 memoir, which many deemed as notable for its artful structure and finely wrought prose as for the events it...
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Coffee Will Make You Black
From newcomer Sinclair, the coming-of-age story of a black girl in 1960s Chicago. Jean “Stevie” Stevenson is a child of the working poor. Her father is a hospital...
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Desirable Daughters
Desirable Daughters, by the prolific writer Bharati Mukherjee, whose short story collection The Middleman won the 1998 National Book Critics Circle Award, is a...
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Yellow Back Radio Broke-Down
In this duo from 1974 and 1969, respectively, Reed takes on two great American genres—the private detective story and the Western. A satiric look at 1960s politics...
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The Doors
In 1967, the Doors broke through with their debut album, and one critic declared: “The Beatles and the Stones are for blowing your mind, but the Doors are for...
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Wild Dreams of a New Beginning
Wild Dreams of a New Beginning brings together two acclaimed poetry volumes by Lawrence Ferlinghetti, one of our “ageless radicals and true bards” (Booklist). Who...
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