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The Review Broads reviews
Poetic and lyrical, the novel aspires to create an impressive array of metaphor, mysticism, and reality within the juxtaposition of 8 protagonists, each depicting...
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My reading room reviews
An amazing book. It took me to a different culture (it takes place in Venezuela) and through a wonderful cast of characters that will stick with me. I finished...
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Northern Mama reviews
This novel is beautifully written, the imagery bring the exotic Venezuela to life for those who have not experienced it! Mascarenhas' use of Spanish phrases adds...
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Amazon.com reviews
In the past few years, the need and application of using a product such as VMWare has increased exponentially. Current hardware technology (such as processor speed...
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TaoSecurity reviews
"Steven S. Warren's VMware Workstation 5 Handbook (VW5H) is a great book for beginning and intermediate VMware Workstation (WS) users. It is well-written, thorough...
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Donne Tempo reviews
In this novel the stories that make up the eight primary books of the novel are as independent as short stories. The connections between the characters weave the...
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The Front Table reviews
Within these pages is an artfully constructed novel written by a classic storyteller, Margaret Mascarenhas. The story, reminiscent of a modernized selection from...
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Out -numbered 3 to 1 reviews
Irene dos Santos disappeared at age 15. Believed to have drowned while on holiday with her best friend, Lily Martinez, her body was never found. Now, years later,...
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Mainstream Fiction reviews
In Venezuela, fifteen year old Irene Dos Santos is on vacation with her best friend Lily Martinez when she vanishes. Everyone assumes she probably drowned though...
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Jessewave Book Reviews reviews
To be honest I'm a little nervous as to whether what I'm going to write now will actually do this book justice. It was that good. So good, in fact, that I may run...
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Write Meg reviews
“Midge Raymond’s Forgetting English offers readers vignettes with a common theme: every story involves a stranger in a strange land...Regardless of where they...
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ForeWord Reviews reviews
Mosquera pulls readers in with intoxicating descriptions of his country, capturing Venezuela’s allure even as he portrays its violence and poverty. He also...
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KIDSVILLE Parentown Bookshelf reviews
Every day is someones birthday, which Januarys Child celebrates with creative attributes for each month of the year. More positive than the traditional Monday's...
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BC Magazine reviews
"Seabird, the debut novel by Sherry Thompson, is reminiscent of Lewis's classic series in terms of the rich fantasy world the author has crafted . . . . . . "The...
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AMERICAN CRAFT Magazine (Oct/Nov 2008) reviews
The intriguing title, with its mingling of the commonplace and the exotic, neatly sums up the collecting field that fascinates Meller and sets her apart from the...
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Andrew Crofts' Blog reviews
Well-known author and Ghostwriter, Andrew Crofts, comes across The Ghosts of Eden and describes it as a 'masterpiece'.
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Dark Knowledge
BookWenches reviews
Keith Pyeatt’s novel Dark Knowledge is the story about a good versus evil struggle, difficult choices, and sacrifice, as a man finds that some gifts come with...
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Pixie Chronicle reviews
The twists kept me entertained (and made me lost some nights of sleep). But it’s worth it
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Amazon.com reviews
I had the rare good fortune to have a job that allowed me to get to know the terrritory of American Samoa, the only flag-flying part of the United States south...
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Booklist reviews
Sakey, who built a following by putting average people in grave danger from remorseless killers (The Two Deaths of Daniel Hayes, 2011), veers in a new direction:...
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