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Bookbrowse.com reviews
Rating: 5 of 5 of 5 by Julie (Peoria IL). A Quick Read, Quirky & HeartwarmingThis was a book unlike any I've ever read before. I was hooked within the first...
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Chicago Tribune reviews
With debut novels from a bumper crop of outstanding new writers last year (including Derek Nikitas, J.T. Ellison, Marc Lecard and Chicago's own Sakey and Sean...
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Crypt of the Moaning Diamond
Grasping the Wind reviews
Of all the debut Forgotten Realms authors that have come out in recent years, I think I enjoyed Rosemary’s writing the best. She reminds me a lot of Elaine...
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Macabre Ink reviews
"This is a very strong, very intense and emotionally charged collection from some of the most talented ladies of darkness working in the horror and...
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Robin: The Lovable Morgan Horse
Parent to Parent reviews
"Robin: The Lovable Morgan Horse is a great book for both girls and boys. In a nutshell, it's about a young rider who has a terrible riding accident and the...
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Shadow: The Curious Morgan Horse
Horsemen's Yankee Pedlar reviews
"Popular children's author Ellen Feld has given kids another reason to turn off the TV and pick up a book. The story of Shadow is a heart-warming tale of an...
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Shadow: The Curious Morgan Horse
Midwest Book Review reviews
Shadow: The Curious Morgan Horse is a picturebook with warm color illustrations and a fair amount of text, especially suited for young horse lovers who are almost...
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Annie: The Mysterious Morgan Horse
The Compulsive Reader reviews
"Writer Feld has crafted a magnificent tale that includes examples of truthfulness, dependability, comradeship, and human nature, in the quick paced chronicle...
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Annie: The Mysterious Morgan Horse
Armchair Reviews reviews
"This is a great story for young readers ages nine and up. Ellen Feld’s knowledge of horses–their care, breeding and showing–is very evident and lends...
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Annie: The Mysterious Morgan Horse
Horsemen's Yankee Pedlar reviews
"Ellen Feld has given kids another top-notch book in her award-winning Morgan Horse series...This book combines an exciting story with a lot of useful,...
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Library Journal reviews
Little known in the West, Mithradates has not been the subject of a full-scale biography in over 100 years, even though he remains a national hero in Armenia and...
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A Tale of Three Cities
AT HOME PLATE reviews
The 1962 season will be remembered fondly by baseball fans. Five years after leaving New York, the Dodgers and Giants hooked up for a great division race. The two...
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Eposic.org reviews
POW!erful Tales is not about the art—it's about the stories, and the stories are very good indeed. Buy it for the stories. I always wanted to be a superhero, and...
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The Possibility of Everything
Guernica Magazine reviews
Hope Edelman’s memoir, The Possibility of Everything, out this week, wooed me completely. Edelman, who wrote Motherless Daughters and Motherless Mothers, best...
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The Possibility of Everything
Oregonian Review reviews
Among children's counselors, there is a saying: As it goes for the mother, so it goes for the child. This is neither the exclusionary nor blame-based statement...
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Poemeleon reviews
Unlike my ex-girlfriends, The Gravity Soundtrack didn’t disappoint me at all. It’s an engaging, pleasurable read, from cover to cover. Keane, a graduate of...
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The Book Bag reviews
A stunningly haunting debut. Ghosts grips the reader subtly, by force of personality: the personality of the main players, and also of the place itself.
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Thoughts in Progress reviews
The beautiful scenery and flowing dialect will draw you in. The story will hold you captive as author Terry Spear takes you on a fantastic journey back in time for...
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Kirkus Review reviews
Ten-year-old Lulu and eight-year-old Merry are caught up in adult turmoil when their father murders their mother in July 1971. Over the subsequent three decades,...
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AOL's Gadling Travel reviews
Author Shelley Seale’s discovery of this human tragedy led her life in a whole new direction, and it is this that gives the book its impetus. Besides her personal...
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