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pop dose reviews
When is a cup of coffee more than just a cheap, quick pick-me-up? Pretty much always, if you’re the type of person who pays attention to where his food comes from...
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The Daily Genoshan reviews
Shifting deftly between locations as disparate as suburban Minnesota, the hills of Los Angeles, and a trailer park in Alabama, "The Brightest Moon of the Century"...
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www.dignityrocks.com reviews
Dignity is often defined as the quality of being worthy of esteem or respect. Self-esteem, self-regard and self-respect are all values that every child and adult...
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A GOOD MAN
Various newspapers and emags reviews
The reviews for Larry Baker’s A Good Man are starting to come in and they are good, from Iowa to Florida people are impressed: “Baker is a smart writer. That’s...
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Kirkus Reviews reviews
A deft and poignant exploration of reproductive choices. In spite of informative sex-education classes at her private school in New Jersey, 16-year-old Sydney...
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Publisher's Weekly reviews
Sixteen-year-old Sydney has just learned that a casual fling has left her pregnant (“I hadn't felt like I knew him well enough to remind him about the condom issue...
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Booklist reviews
Every Little Thing in the World. de Gramont, Nina (Author) Mar 2010. 288 p. Atheneum, hardcover, $16.99. (9781416980131). Critically acclaimed adult author de...
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Breaking Out of Bedlam
Publishers Weekly reviews
“Delightful…Plenty of heart and humor.”
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San Francisco Chronicle reviews
“Larson masterfully interweaves themes with the story: of water and weightlessness; of stability and rocks; of addiction, love and lying; and of waking up to new...
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AARP Magazine reviews
“Tough-edged Cora Sledge, 82, is a reluctant resident of The Palisades nursing home—a prison [where] your only crime is you lived too long.” Her tell-all journal,...
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Alternative-Read reviews
[Magdalena Ball's] mind is a fountain of original ideas, expressed in conventional poetic format...That can only happen after years of struggle and hard work, when...
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Half Changed World.com reviews
In spite of that long list of issues, the voices were different enough that the book never felt like a litany of complaints. Anna Quindlen's piece on being...
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Months and Seasons & Other Stories
Adventures in Reading reviews
Meeks's talent at exploring the power dynamics within relationships, almost exclusively between men and women, is fascinating. Of these eleven stories, all of them...
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Red Room reviews
The true challenge of Shiva’s Arms is to recognize that it is a very ambitious—indeed, innovative piece of writing. It is an experiment in what I would call a...
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Conquering Venus
The Next Best Book Blog reviews
Collin Kelley tackles heavy topics - what it is like to deal with the pressures and perceptions of being a gay man in today society, how we as humans deal with...
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Veracity
Amazon reviews
"Mark Lavorato's Veracity is a provocative first novel that succeeds in creating a realistic future-world that is rife with darkness, excitement, thought, and...
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Book Browse reviews
While characterization is a commanding aspect of Morris's book the author is equally adept at grounding the story with a powerful sense of place and time. He...
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Gifts From The Child Within, 2nd Ed.
Reader Views reviews
“Gifts from the Child Within” is a recovery workbook written for both survivors of childhood abuse and the counselors that work with them. It helps readers...
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A Gathering of Doorways
The Worlds of Paul Jessup reviews
[New Urban Fantasy horror novel Gathering of Doorways] Is really, really awesome. And scary as all hell. The land of the undercity is described in painstakingly...
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Facebook reviews
While offline for several weeks, I did quite a bit of reading. I thoroughly enjoyed this book. Here's some of my impressions: “Bad Blood” is delightful. An...
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