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NUMENON A Tale of Mysticism & Money
Gerald DiPego, screenwriter–Phenomenon reviews
"The collision of commerce and spirit, the world's richest man and an ancient Native American shaman, a global corporation larger than any other and the quiet...
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NUMENON A Tale of Mysticism & Money
Ilene L. Dillon, M.S.W. Host of Full Power Living (www.worldtalkradio.com ) Co-author of Happiness reviews
"Adults, rejoice! We no longer have to read the kid's copy of Harry Potter, because we have Sandy Nathan and Numenon! Numenon has all the compelling adventure,...
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NUMENON A Tale of Mysticism & Money
Midwest Book Review reviews
When you have it all, what's there to worry about? "Numenon: A Tale of Mysticism & Money" is the first book of the Bloodsong series. Will Duane was set for...
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Megan Waitkoff (MTWA judge) reviews
This book stands out for me as much for what it is as what it is not. First, what it is: an engaging, exciting collection of off-the-beaten-path restaurants, each...
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Online review site reviews
Claire never felt as if she fit in with the world around her, and lately those feeling are much more overwhelming than normal. Her loneliness was bordering on...
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http://eguiders.com/video/guy-kawasaki-the-art-of-the-start-tiecon-2006 reviews
“I THINK OF ANTARCTICA every day,” writes Leslie Carol Roberts. Anyone who has been to this fantastic, far-off continent knows exactly what she means—Antarctica is...
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idirect.com/Revue Books reviews
Forbidden Love & A Message Of Hope! The world could always use more messengers of hope -Philip Hyams is one such messenger. In his new novel CANNAN BARRED...
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Cartwheels in a Sari
People Magazine reviews
The story of Tamm’s birth—that she pressed her hands together in prayer at barely an hour old—was as festooned with mythology as the spiritual leader Sri Chinmoy,...
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Booklist reviews
How to Buy a Love of Reading. Gibson, Tanya Egan (Author) May 2009. 352 p. Dutton, hardcover, $25.95. (9780525951148). Carley Wells is a high-school junior at a...
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Towers of Gold: How One Jewish Immigrant Named Isaias Hellman Created California
J magazine reviews
Isaias Hellman might not have the Jewish name recognition of a Levi Strauss or an Adolph Sutro in California history, but he almost single-handedly launched the...
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Flap copy reviews
“A man accused by the Inquisition holds up engagement with the world as the antidote to a religion of death. Apply these lessons where and when you will; they’re...
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The Times Literary Supplement reviews
An important and engrossing book, which reveals as much about the appetites and formulas of emerging mass culture as it does about tribal cultures in nineteenth-...
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Library Journal reviews
“…Mifflin engagingly describes Oatman’s ordeal and theorizes about its impact on Oatman herself as well as on popular imagination… her book adds nuance to Oatman’s...
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"Beautiful Soon Enough"
The Rumpus: Books: http://therumpus.net/2010/01/stirring-coffee-with-a-feather/ reviews
"Margo Berdeshevsky’s work straddles the line between fiction and poetry. Her characters grieve, dream, punish themselves, and try to find harmony between who they...
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WomenWriters.net reviews
... the collection serves well as encouragement and inspiration for any poet who reads it. 
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No Cry For Help
http://www.milorambles.com/2010/11/15/no-cry-for-help-by-grant-mckenzie-book-review/ reviews
"One of the most frenetic, atmospheric and imaginative books I’ve read this year. “No Cry For Help” by Grant McKenzie is one of the quickest page turners I have...
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Boiling Point
Publishers Weekly reviews
Fans of the late Michael Crichton will enjoy Dionne's exciting second ecothriller (after Freezing Point). Philippe Dumas, a Nobel Prize–winning French scientist...
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Greasewood Creek
Contrary Magazine reviews
In her debut novel, Greasewood Creek, Pamela Steele draws heavily from the elements of poetry even as she weaves an emotionally complex story. The short...
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