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Hedy's Folly
The New York Times reviews
On a sweltering Paris evening in June 1926, a 25-year-old pianist and composer from Trenton stepped out onto the stage of the Théâtre des Champs-Élysées, which...
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The New York Times reviews
  Short stories are mightily resilient little creatures — like those bacteria they keep discovering in the hearts of volcanoes or at the bottoms of oceans....
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Washington Post reviews
Populating this absorbing novel is a vivid cast of characters, each with his own story. Raleigh, the bigamist’s best friend and a substitute father to the girls,...
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http://www.hawaiibookblog.com/articles/keiki-book-review-on-vacation-with-tutu/ reviews
On Vacation with Tūtū (Mutual Publishing, 2011) by Lynne Wikoff is a new keiki book about a bunch of energetic children who think that vacation with Tūtū will be...
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Cookie's Book Club reviews
I’m always on the prowl for well-written short stories. In 2011, I stumbled upon a volume that became my favorite find of the entire year. No, make that my...
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Amazon.com reviews
Amazon Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Time Will Tell (Paperback) I could not read Yemi's story all at once It took time. I had to put the...
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Authonomy reviews
I am working my way through the Roux opera with pleasure. At last, someone who enjoys playing with the craft of story-telling. I really enjoy the excursions into...
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Authonomy reviews
What a great beginning. No introduction, no preamble, smash, straight into poor Stevie's world. You are a great writer, extremely accomplished, sorry, I threw...
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Authonomy reviews
Got up very early this morning and read 'Missio' straight on through. I absolutely could not stop! It is brilliant and grand--I can't think of a better word than...
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Authonomy reviews
This reads so factually at times that it sounds true-life, which really is what drew me in. I thoroughly enjoyed the tone behind your MC's voice, he is a wee bit...
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Publishers Weekly reviews
“Richmond’s writing is perceptive and heartfelt, her subjects at once edgy and familiar. This is a winning debut.” Publishers Weekly
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New York Times Review of Books reviews
Russell Rowland is at his best when writing about what people talk about when they talk about nothing - as well as what they don’t talk about when they talk about...
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Mike Snider’s Formal Blog at the Sonnetarium reviews
"Antonyms" is the most technically interesting of the death/breath poems. It's built like Herbert's "Easter Wings," starting with a pair of...
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Superpowers That Be reviews
"I picked it up and by the end of page 5, I was heartbroken... The comedy is enjoyable, the emotions evoked are surprisingly poignant, and the art, while rather...
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The Suffocating Sea
Kirkus Reviews reviews
A nicely complex plot... Murder and arson strike too close to home for a detective investigating someone else’s case.DI Andy Horton is still smarting from the...
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Juggler in the Wind
http://biblioreads.blogspot.com/2011/02/juggler-in-wind-young-adult.html reviews
WOW. I intended to read the first chapter before bed and then a little each day over the weekend, but twelve chapters later I had to tear myself away so I could...
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Hard Listening: The Greatest Rock Band Ever (of Authors) Tells All
The New York Times Book Review reviews
In 1992, a group of authors formed a rock band and made a not-so-glorious noise at a book convention in California. The Rock Bottom Remainders included Dave Barry...
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Disguised as Poetry
Grantmakers in the Arts Reader:Ideas and Information on Arts and Culture reviews
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Praise from a Future Generation
Publishers Weekly reviews
For more than 40 years, a small band of self-anointed investigators have made a cottage industry out of critiquing the Warren Commission Report on the...
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Into Thick Air
Kirkus Reviews reviews
Kirkus Reviews Delightful debut travelogue by botanist Malusa, who cycled to the lowest point on each of six continents. This peculiar quest sent him along routes...
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