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SFRevu.com reviews
Mariotte has created an entertaining, fast-paced tale of supernatural danger that takes as many twists and turns as a river ride... and, like most great rides, it...
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ForeWord Magazine reviews
Coming to Rest by: Kathryn Stripling Byer Issue Month: May/June 2006 Category: Poetry Publisher: Louisiana State University 72 pages, Softcover $16.95 ISBN:...
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Appalachian Heritage reviews
Review of Catching Light By Ron Houchin Byer, Kathryn Stripling. Catching Light. Louisiana State University Press, 2002. Kathryn Stripling Byer's new collection of...
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Ready Reader Reviews reviews
I loved Kiki Howell's sexy, erotic version of Beauty and the Beast, The Witch's Beast. Ms. Howell hooked me right away with the witch, Seraphina, flying into a...
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Book Wenches reviews
This twisted turn on the classic story of Beauty and the Beast finds the tale from the witch’s point of view. The Witch, Saraphina, has been angered by Prince Amir...
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Inman News reviews
With the housing market still in tatters but showing some signs of life and the commercial markets starting their own freefall, many investors continue to consider...
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What Feeds Us
Women Writers reviews
The reader realises soon that not for nothing do fat yellow and black bees crawl over the fruit on the cover of Lockward’s book. In a poem entitled, “Invective...
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Pearl Jacket and Other Stories: Flash Fiction from Contemporary China
The Globe Corner Bookstore reviews
"The Pearl Jacket and Other Stories is full of short-shorts with this biting irony or crisp, cruel social criticism. However, it also shares with the readers...
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Pearl Jacket and Other Stories: Flash Fiction from Contemporary China
Asian Review of Books reviews
Ever since the rise of the Internet and the fall of the attention span the genre of flash fiction has boomed in China. Known in Chinese as "Minute Story", "Pocket-...
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My Life Map
Unintentially Brilliant reviews
When I was in high school, we had a project where we had to make a timeline of our life. Birth to death, and everything in between. I got married, had two children...
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Hammers Paperback, a novel by Ron Dakron
Kirkus Reviews reviews
Ne plus ultra bizarre, man! With cartilaginous prose, soft as fishbone, sense-bending and scattershot as a Robin Williams shtick where lost meanings blast by,...
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Race for a New Game Machine
BusinessWeek.com reviews
The Good: The inside story of how the chip for Sony's Playstation3 video game system got created. The Bad: To advance the narrative, the authors must traverse some...
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BOXCAR Poetry Review reviews
With studied equanimity, with swan-like grace, she simultaneously foregrounds and deconstructs gender and race
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Kirkus Reviews reviews
Please Ignore Vera Dietz has been chosen as a Best Contemporary Novel for Teens by Kirkus Reviews.
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Boston Area Small Press and Poetry Scene blog reviews
"Ms. Fleegal has takes on people and life that one does not always see...For those who enjoy poetry with wry humor, different takes and serious thoughts, this is a...
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2012 and the Cabala
Amazon reviews
How does the legend of 2012 mix with the book of Jewish mysticism? "2012 and the Cabala" offers a Jewish spiritual take on 2012 and the end of days, looking at the...
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Dark Knowledge
Bitten by Books reviews
It is always a treat to discover a book that is so well written, original and captivating that you are haunted by the characters days, even weeks, after finishing...
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Live to Read Blog reviews
This story has many twists and surprises; the reader will not be bored. The plot is interesting enough and the events are fairly fast-paced; this book will not...
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Daughters of the Revolution
San Francisco Chronicle reviews
The first thing I must say - forgive me, I can't help myself - is that "Daughters of the Revolution" is so good you have to read it. The paragraphs below will...
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