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Into Thick Air
New York Times Sunday Book Review reviews
INTO THICK AIR: Biking to the Bellybutton of Six Continents (Sierra Club, paper, $16.95) starts with a novel conceit: Jim Malusa, a Tucson-based writer and...
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A Journey into Michelangelo's Rome
Wandalust.com reviews
A Journey into Michelangelo's Rome works well on many different levels. For me it was an introduction to the life and works of Michelangelo as I don't know much...
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Bookfoolery.blogspot.com reviews
Thumbs up - Mrs. Lieutenant is an emotionally engaging book that gives readers a view into the other side of military life -- the wife's viewpoint. I particularly...
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Matters of Faith
Publishers Weekly reviews
In this tense, well-paced novel about belief, Kiernan explores what happens when faith and love test the limits of family fealty. In southwest Florida, college...
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People Magazine reviews
Three and a half (out of four) stars: Don't let the obscure title (it's from a Shel Silverstein poem, but who'll get that?) or the prep school heroine's name (...
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barnesandnoble.com reviews
If cold-calling is the part of your job that you put off 'til last (even though you know that cold-calling is what gets the whole process rolling), then reading...
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Amazon.com reviews
With useful advice for more than just salespeople, January 6, 2003 By Midwest Book Review (Oregon, WI USA) - See all my reviews Conquering Cold-Calling Fear:...
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Into Thick Air
Booklist Reviews reviews
Malusa took six bicycle trips in the late 1990s and early 2000s whose destinations were the lowest points on every continent. His aim was to experience the...
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Retirement Planning: How to Retire Happy, Wild, and Free
Dallas Morning News reviews
While all that retirement money may go to worthy causes – such as making their Mercedes payments, providing their children with beautiful teeth that glow in the...
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A Journey intto the Transcendentalists' New England
American Transcendentalism Web reviews
If you are a fan of any of the Transcendentalists, or even interested in the making of American thought and literature, then this is your book. Chances are that...
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SPLASH!
School Library Journal reviews
VAN LIESHOUT, Maria. Splash!: A Little Book About Bouncing Back. illus. by author. unpaged. Feiwel & Friends. 2008. Tr $12.95. ISBN 978-0-312-36914-9. LC...
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The Anniston Star reviews
"Certainly one of the deep pleasures avid readers can experience is discovering a writer who has always seemed to have been a part of their lives. There's a kind...
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BookPage reviews
"In her striking debut novel, Stephanie Doyon, who has ghostwritten several novels for young adults, creates characters so rich that readers will automatically (...
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Winning the Highlander's Heart
Coffee Time Romance reviews
This novel was stunning in its suspenseful complexity and a brilliant romance was crafted by a deft imagination. Treachery stalks them at every turn as jealous...
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Deidre's Secret
WDRF reviews
Title: Deidre's Secret Author: Terry Lee Wilde Publisher: The Wild Rose Press YA Climbing Rosebud Rating: Sweet ISBN: 1-60154-414-6 I enjoyed the book very much...
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Everlasting
RAWSISTAZ Reviewers reviews
EVERLASTING is a stressful novel of terror, fear and street life that keeps the pages turning. Stacy-Deanne's characters are well developed and it is easy to see...
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Melody
UrbanhottnessBooks/Urbanfirebooks reviews
This is the first novel that I had read from this stupendous author; it took me awhile to actually pick up this novel, and I wish it didn’t take so long. If I...
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Bonnie and Clyde: The Lives Behind the Legend
The Buffalo News reviews
“Bonnie and Clyde: The Lives Behind the Legend” by Paul Schneider is the best thing I’ve read this year — it puts truer faces on the duo than Warren Beatty and...
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Publishers Weekly reviews
"Shame, spurned love and seething desire run through the sometimes-connected stories in Otis's adroit debut collection."
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Salvation
January Magazine reviews
"This is 21st century fiction, perfectly rendered. Sometimes, it's so beautiful, it breaks your heart."
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