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Night Chant by Andrew Demcak
Big 23 Blog reviews
An awesome review of NIGHT CHANT from Jonathan Tracy -"Andrew Demcak of California, could be referred to as an Oaklandian Borges of Poetry (as he is also...
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School Library Journal reviews
Gr 9 Up–When her mother chooses her boyfriend over her own daughter, Elle, 16, is moved into an apartment across Manhattan. She develops a friendship with Frank,...
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Look Down, This Is Where It Must Have Happened
TheRumpus.net reviews
...we get a sense of life’s mystery lurking just beyond our vision. Look Down, This is Where it Must Have Happened reveals the super powers of story telling for...
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NEW YORK POST BLOG reviews
A New York Post sportswriter once referred to Tom Seaver as “the last of the non-adulterous ballplayers.” A fascinating new book, “The Last Icon: Tom Seaver and...
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Kindle and Nook available now; print available September 17
Amazon reviews
FIVE STARS  After enjoying Christopher Meeks' cleverly self-deprecating short story collection The Middle-Aged Man and the Sea, I decided to pick up his...
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The New York Times reviews
Poignant but not treacly, “Crouching Tiger” deals with an immigrant child’s conflicting emotions toward a grandparent from the old country. Vinson — Ming Da to...
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The Free Farm
Sandusky Register: FunCoast reviews
Huron author Larry Smith recently returned with his fifth novel “The Free Farm,” which is a sequel to “The Long River Home.” While he’s published plenty of work...
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The Free Farm
Sandusky Register: FunCoast reviews
Huron author Larry Smith recently returned with his fifth novel “The Free Farm,” which is a sequel to “The Long River Home.” While he’s published plenty of work...
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Come, Thief
Women's Voices for Change reviews
Poetry Sunday: Come, Thief Is Yet Another Triumph for Jane Hirshfield October 30, 2011 by Laura Baudo Sillerman Leave a comment Print Email ShareThisShareThis The...
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goodreads.com reviews
Finished this book and was really moved by the story of Yemi. It was hard to put down the book once started. The story is about a boy and his strength that made...
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The Caribbean Writer reviews
Writer’s Tongue Opal Palmer Adisa, I Name Me Name. Leeds, England: Peepal Tree Press. 2008. p.b. 222 pages. £9.99. Opal Palmer Adisa, the author of 11 books, adds...
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THE SEVENTH GATE, by Richard Zimler
Mysterious Bookshop website reviews
Zimler, Richard, The Seventh Gate. Zimler's latest is set in Germany in the 1930s when Hitler is coming to power. Sophie, a teen living in Berlin, is drawn to...
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School Library Journal reviews
★ "King’s thoughtful, sad, funny, and frank book will appeal to ... anyone who wants to define herself on her own terms." --School Library Journal (starred)
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The Drunken Boat reviews
With an emphasis on form (drama, epic, and lyric), Finch is able to cut across time as she addresses the cycle of birth and death, the journey in search of...
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Waiting for Daisy
Washington Post reviews
"She treats her efforts to become a mother with intelligent skepticism and a brazen sense of humor... One of the best things about this book is that when she...
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CurledUp.Com reviews
Despite the already huge canon of Holocaust literature, Elizabeth Rosner's Blue Nude manages to find a unique angle through which to explore the emotional...
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Midwest Book Review reviews
Review of The Business of Show Business, a comprehensive career guide for actors and models By Cynthia Brian ISBN 0-9721140-0-9 304 pages $19.95 E-Book Available...
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Beer, Blood & Cornmeal
wwespain.blogspot.com reviews
Un libro muy interesante a pesar de no haber tenido contacto alguno con la compañía antes... Calhoun, o Dante, nos cuenta las historias de luchadores tan extreños...
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On sale July 17!
Publishers Weekly reviews
This charming first novel maps the landscape and lives of a small town where ghosts and the living are sometimes indistinguishable from one another. That's what...
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Ellen Umansky, Forward reviews
Would All This Sex Stop Portnoy From Complaining? ‘The Oy of Sex’ Investigates the Odd Bedfellows of Pornography and Jewish Culture By ELLEN UMANSKY Many a...
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