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Clover Doves
Raymond Mathiesen Book Reviews reviews
Filigenzi writes well and the plot moves its readers along, never boring them or dwelling too much on any particular point. There are a number of plot twists to...
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God Particle
Amazon reviews
This was my first Toby Tate novel, and it will definitely not be my last. Wow, what a terrific, smartly written sci fi book for YA lovers.
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Shattered by the Wars
Autumn House reviews
I'm writing to let you know that your manuscript, in addition to thirteen others, has been selected as a finalist in the Autumn House Non-Fiction Contest by Mike...
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God Particle
Goodreads reviews
...the story rolls into a nonstop, time travelling adventure...Fast paced with likeable characters, I finished this story in a few hours.
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Bookworm Babblings reviews
5-Star Review War on Terror veteran, Eric Caine, is found wandering the streets of Miami with no memory of the car accident that left him there. Alone and...
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This is How You Die
The A.V. Club reviews
It’s no particular surprise that the concept would spawn a sequel anthology as well. But what is consistently surprising about This Is How You Die: Stories Of The...
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San Francisco Book Review reviews
Nocturnes in Purgatory By Joseph Armstead By Light Unseen Media, $4.99, 338 pages, Format: eBook Star Rating: 4 out of 5 Well, no doubt about it, we do live...
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Response reviews
“Shannon’s writing invites people to join her on a journey with great honesty and integrity,” says Gregory Wolfe, writer in residence at SPU and director of the...
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The Deadwood Beetle--Kindle Edition
The New York Times reviews
Mylène Dressler's second novel is permeated by guilt and memory. Tristan Martens, an aging Dutch professor of entomology at a New York university, is wandering...
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Birds of Paradise Lose
Diacrictics reviews
Some of you might be familiar with Andrew Lam’s previous work “Perfume Dreams: Reflections of the Vietnamese Diaspora” and “East Eats West: Writing...
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Utamaro Revealed
Amazon.com reviews
This is an invaluable guide for anyone with a real interest in Japanese prints. Although the author says her aim was to put together a reference book for readers...
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The Fix reviews
Jennifer Pelland’s first collection, Unwelcome Bodies, is a compendium of dark tales that are truly speculative. Each one embraces a cosmic “what if”—many of the...
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San Francisco Chronicle reviews
Pinning down the subculture known as "alternative," "underground" or "do-it-yourself" is a tricky thing: By any of these names, it's something that resists simple...
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The Disorder of Longing
Library Journal reviews
An engrossing blend of female self-discovery and grand adventure that is reminiscent of both Kate Chopin's The Awakening and Avi's The True Confessions of...
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Forgetting English
John Keeble, author of Nocturnal America reviews
“Midge Raymond’s exquisitely written stories turn on relationships, and not just of one kind — between lovers, yes, but also within families, between sisters,...
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The Evolution of Shadows
Bookforum.com reviews
Jason Quinn Malott's debut, The Evolution of Shadows, is a devastating, often dizzying novel of returns and turnarounds. [...] a meditation on both the horrors of...
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San Francisco Chronicle reviews
"Cool Jew" provides directions for making a shofar, the ram's horn trumpet used in synagogue. These begin with boiling the horn in water and baking soda for a...
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American Countercultures
Against the Grain reviews
American Countercultures: An Encyclopedia of Nonconformists, Alternative Lifestyles, and Radical Ideas in U.S. History is another title that should have broad...
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Addiction: What's Really Going On?
Chicago Sun-Times reviews
In "Addiction: What's Really Going On? substance abuse counselor Deborah mcCloskey takes us inside a southern California treatment program for heroin addicts. We...
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School Library Journal: A Fuse #8 Production reviews
Now I don't tend to report on YA unless a publisher is small. And really, until now Sourcebooks didn't have much of a YA imprint to talk of. Now they've created...
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