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"Michael Anthony's candid narrative of his service in Iraq is far removed from the glamorized picture of military life that has become a staple of our mass media....
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"A moving account of a young soldier's story. This deeply personal memoir gives voice to the countless soldiers we have yet to hear from and never will." —Yvonne...
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"Anthony doesn’t pull any punches. A gritty story about saving lives and medical soldiers’ battle to save their sanity after they’re done saving lives." —Vivian...
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"An unsettling, hyper-subjective account of a young Army medic discovering himself, his values, and what it means to be a self-directed, conscious man in the world...
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"SPC Anthony's authentic journal opens our eyes to the corrosive effect of the military mindset on human sensibilities. This is the unadulterated grit of history,...
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"Mass Casualties is a terrific story of war, emergency medicine, and the men and women who suffer to treat wounded soldiers and civilians. On top of this, he tells...
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"Mass Casualties is a raw and humorous account of Army medics dodging harm from mortars and the military bureaucracy. Michael Anthony gives us a gripping memoir of...
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"Glossy recruitment brochures tell one story. This book tells another. Beyond the slick fantasies promoted by the Pentagon and the euphemisms reported by the news...
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"Mass Casualties by Michael Anthony is a true to life exposé of the absurdity of the war in Iraq. Anthony lays bare the hyper-reality of American knowinglessness...
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"The full story of the Iraq War remains to be written, but the firsthand accounts of young people who were there can help us begin to try and make sense of what is...
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Depth of Deception (A Titanic Murder Mystery)
A Book Lover's Library reviews
       "This is one of the books you have to read for 2012. I more than enjoyed it. I  couldn’t stop reading it and completed it in one...
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Finn: A Novel
Washington Post Book World reviews
Clinch reimagines Finn in a strikingly original way, replacing Huck's voice with his own magisterial vision -- one that's nothing short of revelatory.
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The Bostons
New York Times Book Review reviews
THERE is a certain kind of story writer who delights in seeing the world at an angle, keeping the reader off balance with narrative feints and unsettling -- often...
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The Perils of Pleasure
Library Journal reviews
"A fiction fan doesn’t love all fiction, and an avid romance reader doesn’t love all romances. But Julie Anne Long is one author to recommend to anyone who...
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Criminal History reviews
The plot has enough twists and turns to satisfy the most demanding mystery reader ... The writing is crisp and clean with little padding and minutiae which might...
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www. readysteadybook.com reviews
"The French master, Francis Ponge -- difficult to translate, as I know well -- speaks his things and their words in a collection of impressive versions by Beverley...
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Author of "Extraordinary Life and Times of Dan Rather" reviews
From Alan Weisman author of Extraordinary Life and Times of Dan Rather "It is the obligation of the thoughtful journalist to tell us something meaningful that we...
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The Beautiful Being
Romace Reviews Today reviews
THE BEAUTIFUL BEING - Jessica Inclán The Cygirians, Book 3 Zebra Trade Paperback ISBN-10: 1-4201-0116-1 ISBN-13: 978-1-4201-0116-4 October 2009 Paranormal Romance...
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Conquering Venus
Goodreads reviews
"It's a compelling read, with prose that adheres to what I consider the highest standard: it flows without drawing undue attention to itself. It's a page-turner...
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Kirkus Reviews reviews
Patton debuts with a peachy-keen summer read about a Southern woman’s misadventures as a Vermont innkeeper. Leelee Satterfield is a bona fide Memphis gal of the...
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