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Published Reviews

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Red Room reviews
Despite the chattering masses insistence that we have left behind the shackles of monochromatic forms, most lovers of literature remain lodged within the confines...
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blog reviews
From GoodReads: Jennie’s connection with her twin brother, Toby, grew stronger after he died in 1864. Now Jennie must rely on her ability to communicate with the...
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blog reviews
From GoodReads: Jennie’s connection with her twin brother, Toby, grew stronger after he died in 1864. Now Jennie must rely on her ability to communicate with the...
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blog reviews
From GoodReads: Jennie’s connection with her twin brother, Toby, grew stronger after he died in 1864. Now Jennie must rely on her ability to communicate with the...
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Newsweek reviews
“The definitive account, however, will likely be Dave Cullen’s COLUMBINE, a nonfiction book that has the pacing of an action movie and the complexity of a...
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lookingglassreview.com reviews
Picture the Dead Adele Griffin Illustrator: Lisa Brown Fiction For ages 14 and up Sourcebooks , 2010 ISBN: 978-1402237126 Ever since the death of her parents,...
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Washington Post reviews
Though the novel explores war primarily from the journalists' viewpoint, the secondary characters are generously drawn. In Soli's hands, edgy, frightened soldiers...
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Pod-dy Mouth reviews
NOTE: This is the review that started it all. Pod-dy Mouth was a popular website at the time, reviewing books printed on demand. The reviewer was anonymous, though...
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Though the Looking Glass Children's Book Reviews reviews
This extremely powerful and sometimes disturbing book will very likely cause readers to experience a spooky shiver more than once as they read. The author...
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The Fix reviews
Jennifer Pelland’s first collection, Unwelcome Bodies, is a compendium of dark tales that are truly speculative. Each one embraces a cosmic “what if”—many of the...
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Living Shadows: Stories, New and Pre-owned by John Shirley
New York Times Review of Books reviews
LIVING SHADOWS (Prime, paper, $14.95), is subtitled “Stories: New and Preowned” because much of it has been previously published: some stories in earlier, out-of-...
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The Disorder of Longing
Library Journal reviews
An engrossing blend of female self-discovery and grand adventure that is reminiscent of both Kate Chopin's The Awakening and Avi's The True Confessions of...
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Karen J. Weyant reviews
The women found in Suzanne Frischkorn’s Girl on a Bridge, are strong, smart, sexy, and…just a little lost. This was my initial reaction when I read Frischkorn’s...
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The Wonder Bread Summer
The Believer reviews
  The book that made me happiest this month was Jessica Anya Blau's picaresque, properly funny, unpredictable, and altogether irrepressible The Wonder Bread...
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She Treads Softly reviews
Blood Drama by Christopher Meeks introduces us to Ian Nash, a grad student who has been kicked out of his PhD program. To make matters worse, while applying for...
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Kirkus Reviews reviews
From Kirkus Reviews: An endearingly eccentric family settles into the elevator and hearts of the patrons and employees at the San Francisco Hotel in this over-the-...
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Paper Tigers/Pacific Rim Voices reviews
Acclaimed architectural photographer Douglas Keister set out to document the changing landscape of Beijing through the eyes of two local girls on their way to...
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Various reviews
“This debut novel by a successful screenwriter is a fast-paced thriller that you will want to devour in one sitting. Edgy suspense mixed with a touch of the...
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Women's Review of Books reviews
"... All three of the writers treated here are women who have lived the writing life and lived it widely, with large, questioning, furious hearts. Like millions...
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