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The Statesman reviews
There’s a saying in Hindi which goes: dhobi ka kutta, na ghar ka, na ghat ka. The washerman's dog doesn't know where he belongs, whether at home or at the ghats...
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Synchronized Chaos reviews
Kate Evans’ recent novel For the May Queen follows Norma Jean, a young girl from the small California town of Auburn, through her 1981 freshman year at Sacramento...
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Feminist Review reviews
Anyone who has experienced campus life, whether in 1981 or 2009, knows a student like Norma Rogers. She is that girl from freshman year. She is the girl who gets...
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BlogCritics reviews
Kate Evans' novel engrossed me with its sharp wit and humor. I couldn’t help but get involved with her characters. They are similar to the highly artistic creative...
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Publishers Weekly reviews
The Crying Tree Naseem Rakha. Broadway, $22.95 (304p) ISBN 978-0-7679-3140-3 This complex, layered story of a family's journey toward justice and forgiveness comes...
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HARDBOILED WONDERLAND reviews
"We feel we’re hanging out backstage with the bands while they compare notes on clubs, groupies and record companies. His return subjects, James Ellroy, Ken Bruen...
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Unique Logophilos website reviews
This is a story about love in its purest form ...
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Livejournal book reviews reviews
Painting from Life is a story of obsession, like it should be when you are talking of art, since only a work born from an artist who suffered to create it is...
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Recycle Suburbia
Poemeleon reviews
The bar is called Poemeleon. You can be anyone you want here, but management is trying to add some humor to the place’s ambience just now. The first poet to walk...
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Night's Kiss: Lesbian Erotica
Lisabet's Reviews reviews
Lisabet says "Night's Kiss is a rewarding read on many levels. Thrilling, thought-provoking, arousing and entertaining, Ms. Lundoff's stories exemplify the depth...
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Big City, Bad Blood
Chicago Sun-Times reviews
BIG CITY, BAD BLOOD is Sean Chercover's love letter to Chicago, and it is every bit as complex and conflicted as Ray Dudgeon, the private eye who travels its...
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The United States of Appalachia
San Antonio Express-News reviews
  When the hit TV show “Lost” ended last spring, the writers had reintroduced to the American vocabulary the pejorative use of a word that had, thankfully,...
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Months and Seasons & Other Stories
She is Too Fond of Books reviews
I connected with Christopher Meeks when he responded to a post I wrote about the difficulty my book group has had discussing short stories; he wrote an excellent...
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Hey There, Stink Bug!
Booklist reviews
"Gr. 4-6. "This is / an insect world with humans in it. / We'll seize the day, but they will win it." The insects featured in this poetry collection are fearsome,...
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Forgetting English
Reading Local Seattle reviews
The most emblematic story is the excellent tale, “The Road to Hana,” which hinges on a suggested mystery and division between Ethan and Sue, the couple in the...
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http://60goingon16.typepad.com/my_weblog/2008/10/in-extremis.html reviews
Knowing, from author friends, of the trials and tribulations of actually seeing a book through to publication, I can only applaud Libby Cone, who did this all by...
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Carta Marina: A Poem in Three Parts
Country Dog Review reviews
Through the searingly beautiful triptych of poems which make up Carta Marina, the reader follows Ann Fisher-Wirth as she plays the part of cartographer, attempting...
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Struck by Keith Pyeatt
Aaron Paul Lazar reviews
Struck received a great, comprehensive review from talented author and Midwest Book Reviewer Aaron Paul Lazar. The review isn't up the Midwest Book Review site yet...
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The Nature of Attraction
Pirene's Fountain reviews
In this narrative sequence of two lovers and their complicated and ultimately dysfunctional relationship, words turn themselves into images within the reader’s...
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Publisher’s Weekly reviews
In this smart, urbane debut, characters strive for understanding within a cacophonous modern landscape….Wyss offers nuanced takes on vastly different corners of...
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