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Cartwheels in a Sari
Booklist Reivew reviews
In this frank, clear-eyed memoir, Tamm recounts her youth as the chosen disciple of Sri Chinmoy, the wildly charismatic leader of a New York–based spiritual sect...
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Musings of a Bookish Kitty reviews
Christopher Meeks is well on his way to becoming one of my favorite authors. In this particular novel, the reader is introduced to Edward Meopian. The story spans...
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The Peep Diaries: How We're Learning to Love Watching Ourselves and Our Neighbors
Publisher's Weekly reviews
The Peep Diaries: How We’re Learning to Love Watching Ourselves and Our Neighbors Hal Niedzviecki. City Lights $17.95 paper (252p) ISBN 978-0-87286-499-3...
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Book Club Classics reviews
Last year I read and reviewed a short story collection by Meeks which I enjoyed but was left wanting more. I loved his character development and was disappointed...
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New Orleans Times-Picayune reviews
Kilpatrick gradually moves from listener to accordion player to performer. Finding her singing voice, she finds her writing one as well. "Accordion Dreams" is for...
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New Pages.com reviews
Brenda Webster's new novel, Vienna Triangle, employs the historical context of the early psychoanalysis movement to create a mystery that explores the dark side of...
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HEROES ARISE by Laurel Anne Hill
Lady Ozma's Blog reviews
Futuristic Romance - Heroes Arise: OK, this one I had to read. This was a gift from an author for interviewing her. My last year was so nightmarish that we don't...
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McGowan's Retreat
http://www.redroom.com/blog/nancybrady/book-review-mcgowans-retreat reviews
It is a satisfying ride of a novel reminding me, at times, of David Baldacci. Like a roller coaster ride, I want to read it again to catch all the nuances I may...
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Nigella.com reviews
It's a brave woman who, in these dietarily correct times, not only writes a book called Fat (subtitle: An appreciation of a misunderstood ingredient, with recipes...
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Lansing State Journal reviews
“Freezing Point” by former Detroit native Karen Dionne, (Jove, $7.99) is a contemporary eco-thriller that’s set mostly in the Antarctic. It uses a futuristic...
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American Book Review reviews
Van Clief-Stefanon orchestrates each poem as if it were one movement of a jazz suite.
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BookFinds.com reviews
What is often talked about in fiction writing is that every novel has pieces of the author's life hidden in the details. In Rita Schiano's emotionally riveting...
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Guitarist magazine (UK) reviews
“There’s much here for aficionados to dissect. Especially interesting is the focus on how Hendrix absorbed the stylistic tricks of the R&B circuit he sought to...
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San Francisco Book Review reviews
Darkness ... takes the reader into hidden places that exist just tissue paper thinness away from the world as we know it. Darkness and horror abound in the story...
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Cartwheels in a Sari
New York Times Book Review reviews
"... in Tamm’s memoir, the guru himself appears narcissistic to a degree befitting a man who proclaimed himself an avatar of God....He comes off as a spiritual...
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AP via the Huffington Post reviews
he distills the vast trove of material on SNCC and the movement with a sure, skillful hand . . . . His portrait of Bob Moses, the philosopher-activist in a white...
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Sacramento Book Review reviews
In this rather touching sojourn into the realm of motherly love, Johnny Tan, a Malaysian-born writer, adopted at birth, brings the warmth of love into print....
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The Jamais Vu Papers 2010
Publishers Weekly reviews
In this fresh, experimental novel, a psychotherapist, Hector Glasco, attempts to cure Hilary, a jaded movie queen, of her "perpetual sense of déja vu." … Cleverly...
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Wayworn Wooden Floors
Salty Ink reviews
Wayworn Wooden Floors showcases what Mark Lavorato’s writing style, which is simple and down to earth; he is telling stories but not fluffing them up beyond...
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To Serve a King
Medieval Bookworm reviews
“…Not only delivered that wonderful atmosphere, but an engaging story with a few twists, lively and sparkling characters, and very solid writing. ..highly...
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