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The Duchess and the Dragon
http://relzreviewz.blogspot.com/2008/03/duchess-and-dragon-by-jamie-carie.html reviews
Imperious and commanding Drake Weston, the Earl of Warwick, is betrayed by his father from the grave. Shattered and infuriated, Drake finds himself running from...
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The Reading Tub reviews
This is another star(fish) for Stacy Nyikos. We enjoy reading the story and learning more about marine life. She has a great talent for blending facts and a life-...
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Midwest Book Review reviews
Dizzy is an upbeat children's picturebook about Dizzy, the world's fastest dolphin, so speedy he can leap out of the water and clear a full gainer reversed with a...
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Virgins And Martyrs: An Aria Quynn Novel
Library Journal 4/1/08 reviews
By JO ANN VICARELLibrary Journal STARRED REVIEW!!Virgins and Martyrs: An Aria Quynn Novel.Author: Merkel, E.L.Five Star: Gale. Apr. 2008. c.381p. ISBN 978-1-59414-...
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THE TEACHER
New Book Reviews reviews
This is one of the best books I have read this year! Robert Banfelder is a masterful, storyteller, who has written a fantastic, and terrifying tale about evil and...
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THE TEACHER
BookWorm Publishing, LLC reviews
Ah, the master of suspense thrillers returns with a fast-paced and terrifying story that will chill you to the bone, even on the hottest day of the year....
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WAKE
Publisher's Weekly reviews
...highly satisfying first novel... ...as soon as McMann establishes Janie’s strange skill, she throws just the right teen-centric ingredients into the story to...
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Joseph Bennett of Evans and the Growing of New York's Niagara Frontier
Western New York Heritage magazine reviews
Kevin Siepel set himself the difficult task of transforming the journal entries into a biography and setting that personal story, in context, within the larger...
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Joseph Bennett of Evans and the Growing of New York's Niagara Frontier
Buffalo Artvoice reviews
What emerges through this book by Kevin H. Siepel is a fascinating and highly readable portrait of our area as harsh wilderness slashed through with mud (and later...
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Joseph Bennett of Evans and the Growing of New York's Niagara Frontier
Lockport (NY) Union-Sun & Journal reviews
I ventured into this book with some prejudice. Upon beginning to read, I suddenly found myself intrigued. I found it such easy reading and such informative...
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The Little Russian
Publisher's Weekly reviews
“…an impressive fiction debut with an epic tale of war’s transformative effects on one Russian woman and her family… Sherman succeeds with her epic, sweeping arc...
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Flavorwire reviews
From the great collagist and graphic designer Lou Beach comes a mischievous montage of a different sort: a tiny book filled with tiny stories, each having...
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USA Today reviews
He became bored with status updates on Facebook, so he started writing "little fantasy pieces to amuse myself." The result is drawing rave reviews.
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Amazon.co.uk reviews
Sometimes a book is so unusual it defies categorisation. This is such a novel. Tim Roux has merged the reality of life in parts of England, with a fantasy that...
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Authonomy reviews
This is hilarious and brilliant. I love the beginning when he is hanging out of the window, just so funny, brilliant, brilliant writing.
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Authonomy reviews
What a great beginning. No introduction, no preamble, smash, straight into poor Stevie's world. You are a great writer, extremely accomplished, sorry, I threw...
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Authonomy reviews
I am working my way through the Roux opera with pleasure. At last, someone who enjoys playing with the craft of story-telling. I really enjoy the excursions into...
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Next Stop: A Memoir of Family
San Francisco Chronicle- City Brights: SFgate.com blog reviews
While reading Next Stop, I found myself book marking pages, scribbling in the margins and making notes—one note read “Let Matthew take walks by himself, but teach...
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How to Dress for Every Occasion by The Pope
The National Post reviews
As head of the Vatican, the Pope is a busy, busy man. Many pressing issues vie for His Grace's attention, among them the manner in which his congregation pulls...
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Ace & Hoser reviews
<...> Edwin Alexander weaves all these stories together in a dramatic mystery where all is not what it seems. The sculpture is the centerpiece linking it all...
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