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Birds of Paradise Lose
Shelf Awareness reviews
The 13 stories in Andrew Lam's Birds of Paradise Lost soar like birds in mid-flight, bridging the space between the dreamscape of Vietnam and the glass...
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Depth of Deception (A Titanic Murder Mystery)
IndieReader reviews
Galant masterfully weaves together a multi-layered plot that doles out clues to keep the reader hooked and guessing. Each chapter moves from the story of one...
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The Clean Slate Accord by Sofia Diana Gabel
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Thursday, February 21, 2013   Book Review: The Clean Slate Accord (Short Story) by Sofia Diana Gabel http://teamnerdreviews.blogspot.com/2013/02/book-review...
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Old Man River
Library Journal reviews
Schneider, Paul. Old Man River: The Mississippi River in North American History. Holt. Sept. 2013. 416p. ISBN 9780805091366. $35; ebk. ISBN...
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Renegade Poetics, by Evie Shockley
KCET.org reviews
"Award-winning poet and UCLA English Professor Harryette Mullen is the subject of a compelling chapter; she also provided the inspiration for Shockley's title '...
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KRYMSIN NOCTURNES
Library Journal reviews
In a noir version of the present, a group of immortals known as Olympians engage in an ongoing struggle against a secret cabal of vampires, quasihumans whose...
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KRYMSIN NOCTURNES
Publishers Weekly reviews
Armstead (Darkness Fears) combines elements from Vampire: The Masquerade, hard-boiled detective novels, and techno-thrillers to create a fast-paced, entertaining...
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For One Who Knows How to Own Land
North Carolina Literary Review reviews
Most of the poems in For One Who Knows How to Own Land convey the pain of people learning to endure the circumstances of their life. However, the collection is a...
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Birds of Paradise Lose
Huffington Post reviews
Andrew Lam's Birds of Paradise Lost captures the universal immigrant experience -- where versions of paradise are both lost and gained -- through the...
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The End of the Point
The Boston Globe reviews
"With her fourth and most emotionally textured novel, Graver proves herself a master chronicler of the ever-spiraling human comedy. The End of the Point is a work...
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Months and Seasons & Other Stories
Raging Bibliomania reviews
"Months and Seasons," the second short story collection from Christopher Meeks, is a exceptionally entertaining and thought-provoking offering from a gifted writer...
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CHINA: Portrait of a People
San Francisco Chronicle Sunday Book Reviews reviews
"It's a remarkable book, compact yet bursting with images that display the diversity of a nation of 56 ethnic groups. And the focus is always personal..."
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Midwest Book Review: Klausner's Bookshelf reviews
This is a terrific young adult thriller that provides a fascinating look at the ancient Greek Gods (mindful of classic Star Trek's Who Mourns for Adonis?). The...
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Historical Novel Review reviews
Donna Russo Morin has written a majestic novel, breathtaking in its prose, and sweeping in its scope, about 17th century Venice at the height of its glory. What...
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The Rumpus reviews
The creation of an historical work of fiction is problematic at best; populating a balanced narrative with well-known personages requires a writer who takes...
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TIME Magazine. reviews
Kirk's research and "The G Quotient" were the subject of Time's feature story "Come Out, Move Up" by Andrea Sachs.
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Philadelphia Inquirer - Jobs by Philly.com reviews
What if my main motivation for becoming an entrepreneur is to work less and earn more? Then you may take inspiration from the success of Ernie Zelinski, who...
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Winnipeg Free Press reviews
"Lavorato balances the present, visceral moment with deep subtext, and what results is great, even beautiful writing."
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Front page of book reviews
"Soldiers are witnesses to chaos and carnage, and there is a false belief that they should recover from what they have seen and done, and have had done to them. A...
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El Paso Times reviews
"Samba Dreamers" is a dark, fantastical and, indeed, brilliant cautionary tale for those who search out paradise without first confronting -- and...
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