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SONS OF STEVE GARVEY reviews
rlier this year, the Sons were sent a copy of Steven Travers' Dodgers Past & Present (MVP Books, 144 pages, $25). One in a series of similar books (along with...
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http://www.thestar.com/entertainment/books/article/668101 reviews
"[A} superb analysis of 21st century culture... [a] necessary history of the late 20th century indie nation, skinny jeans and all."
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http://www.cleveland.com/books/index.ssf/2009/06/slanted_and_enchanted_by_kaya.html reviews
“[An] absorbing nonfiction study of indie culture.... Oakes is no dry outsider. She believes in what she describes, she contributes to it and she speaks its...
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Deseret News reviews
"The Crying Tree" is hauntingly beautiful and sad as Rakha examines themes of hate, forgiveness, redemption, acceptance and love. Here, Rakha brings hard questions...
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Las Vegas Review-Journal reviews
“The Crying Tree” is a powerful novel full of moral questions as well as surprises. Like real life, there are no easy roads for these characters, but they make...
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San Francisco Chronicle reviews
Remember this name: Michelle Richmond...impressive talent and emotional range...Richmond writes with grace, calm, a refreshing sense of playfulness
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La Libre, Belgium reviews
"With sensitivity, Michelle Richmond examines the fragility of our own stories and the role of memory."
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Paisajes reviews
"Richmond masterfully conjures feelings of love and loss."
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WDR5, Germany reviews
Shines with a pleasing literary style, a quiet narrative and intense characters.
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Madame Magazine reviews
Deeply moving.
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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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RUSSIAN TEXTILES: Printed Cloth for the Bazaars of Central Asia (Book Jacket)
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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The Long River Home: A Novel by Larry Smith
Now and Then: Appalachian Review reviews
Larry Smith’s latest novel, The Long River Home, is a story that will be familiar to those who call Appalachia their home. Set in the Ohio River Valley region, the...
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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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Dragging the Lake
San Francisco Chronicle reviews
“Dragging the Lake” is Thomas’ second volume of poetry, building on the strengths of the first, “Door to Door.” The latter demonstrated his verbal and...
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The Soulstealer War
Midwest Book Review reviews
Kenneth McNary just wanted a hike on an Appalachian Trail. Nice, peaceful hike, maybe find some inspiration as he did so. "The Soulstealer War: The First Mother's...
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Omaha World Herald reviews
Jacob Flint sneaks out in the middle of the night so that on midnight of his 10th birthday, he'll be at his tree -- the tree where his pregnant mother, seeking...
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Red Is Best
Toronto Star reviews
This Canadian classic, new in board book, gets to the heart of a preschooler’s joyous self-assertion. Succinct, poetic and convincing.
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