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Manic Readers site reviews
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Bay Area Poets Seasonal Review (spring 2009 issue) reviews
WORD DANCING is a rich and opulent anthology of the poet's work. The collages are a welcome, sophisticated addition: diverse elements juxtaposed in a fresh and...
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The Independent reviews
Markson is particularly effective with children's dialogue, interruptions, humor and all. She captures Dove's defensive sarcasm, Robin's cautious sense of...
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Deadly Bones
East Hampton Star reviews
Corpses and Coq au VinBy Michael Z. Jody(03/24/2009) “Deadly Bones,” the new thriller by Boris Riskin and the second Jake Wanderman novel, is barely four pages...
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Kirkus reviews
Forman explores the many issues of premature birth without presuming to offer solutions or comfort, drawing directly from the raw outrage, torment and profound...
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Publishers Weekly reviews
Forman’s enormously affecting memoir—winner of the Bread Loaf Writer’s Conference Bakeless Prize—about the drastic disabilities of her extremely premature child...
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Mantids, a new novel by Ron Dakron
Midwest Book Review, Vol. 4, No. 2 reviews
Insects were never thought of by anyone as 'sexy'. "Mantids" takes a look into the love life of the mantis, and a certain male of the species who can't seem to get...
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Mantids, a new novel by Ron Dakron
The Fright Site reviews
[T]he book is lively and funny, with a spot-on portrayal of the Pacific Northwest punk subculture amid all the insanity--and really: perverted sex, punk rock,...
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Mantids, a new novel by Ron Dakron
www.sfsite.com reviews
The real star of the book is not the narrator but the writing. Dakron is a poet and his skill with words makes this book shine. He pulls all of your senses in...
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Reader Views reviews
Karla, Kelly, Marilyn, Jane, Jenny, Karen, Cathy, Angela, Sally, Diana, and Sheila are the girls from Ames. For many that statement might not mean anything, but...
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Men and Feminism
The Indypendent: The Newspaper of the NYC Independent Media Center reviews
Shira Tarrant, author of Men and Feminism, When Sex Became Gender and editor of the anthology Men Speak Out: Views on Gender, Sex and Power, introduced the panel...
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The Hindu reviews
FIFTEEN years after a little known paperback unexpectedly made the bestseller lists, cultural compare and contrasts still seem the in thing. The world may have...
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Kill-Grief by Caroline Rance
The Bookbag reviews
This debut novel is by a very talented author indeed. The front cover bears the legend jolts the reader into Hogarth's world with a vengeance - and this exactly...
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http://www.eroticarevealed.com/reviewer.php?id=4&first=Jean&last=Roberta&panel_id=0 reviews
Here is Marta, the vampire narrator of Remittance Girl's story, "Midnight at Sheremetyevo: "Ever since I joined the family, the annual journey to Zurich to arrange...
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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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Mozart's Blood
Amazon et al reviews
This novel is no chic-lit paranormal romance. This is serious vampire literature and one of the best I've come across in years. Marley's writing is outstanding and...
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Charlotte Observer reviews
Scott Owens' new poetry collection, "Something Knows the Moment," wastes no time submerging readers in his theme, a candid investigation, sometimes raw and...
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Forgetting English - new edition
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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