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Published Reviews

Dying Unfinished
KIRKUS REVIEWS reviews
KIRKUS ReviewsDecember 15, 2008 A lyrical novel that takes place over three generations and that reminds us of the arduousness, and even desolation, of love...
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"Shelf Life", Minnesota Parent (February 2009) reviews
"Somewhere in the process of advocating for his daughter’s undaunted spirit, Robert comes to believe in himself as a father. Schuyler’s Monster paints a haunting...
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Neurology Today, American Academy of Neurology reviews
"For doctors, this book reminds us that children with developmental disabilities also need to be challenged, just as neurotypical children do, so that they can...
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Family Matters, Vision Magazine reviews
Despite the fact that definitions of the “average” family proliferate, the average family in fact does not exist. If it did it would spend roughly 1,400 USD (1,040...
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The Citizen, Auburn NY reviews
4.5 out of 5 stars It is a universal truth that every parent wants his or her child to be healthy and happy; every other desire for them becomes secondary. When...
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Texas Family (June/July 2008) reviews
Follow the honest, heartfelt journey of a father who discovers his daughter has a rare neurological disorder that leaves her unable to speak. By Plano father...
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Brain, Child (Summer 2008) reviews
When the instructor of the Lamaze class that Rummel-Hudson attended with his pregnant wife said, “So the first thing the nurse will do is hand the new baby to you...
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Amazon Reviews reviews
5 out of 5 stars This memoir is really two stories braided together. First, the writing. Many blogketeers today have a disregard for proper English. I approached...
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About.com: Special Needs Children reviews
"This memoir, full of fear and rage and disappointment and acceptance and advocacy and ferocious love, offers plenty of touchstones for parents who have dealt with...
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John Scalzi's "Whatever" reviews
"Since I know the people in the book, I can’t say that I’m at all objective about it, but folks, this is a good book. Rob writes well, with humor and anger and...
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Dead On
amazon.com reviews
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful: A masterful suspense wound through time, December 5, 2007 By  Mike Reynolds (New Jersey) - See all my...
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Denver Magazine reviews
First of all, any book that opens each chapter with a cocktail recipe works for us. This is the story of a pair of married Boulder psychiatrists who decide to take...
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A Journey intto the Transcendentalists' New England
New England Watershed reviews
R. Todd Felton, an Amherst, Massachusetts, writer and prize-winning photographer, has faced a formidable challenge in A Journey into the Transcendentalists’ New...
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Joseph Bennett of Evans and the Growing of New York's Niagara Frontier
The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record reviews
The author does a skillful job of telling the story, weaving text from the journal with narrative and background information. He adds extensive historical detail...
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Joseph Bennett of Evans and the Growing of New York's Niagara Frontier
Western New York Heritage magazine reviews
Kevin Siepel set himself the difficult task of transforming the journal entries into a biography and setting that personal story, in context, within the larger...
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Dasha's Journal
Autism Rocks reviews
I read Dasha's Journal. It was very exciting. I went to my library and they did not have it. It wasn't in my whole county. So I filled out a form (I haven't yet...
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Nox Dormienda (jacket cover)
BlogCritics Magazine reviews
This mystery novel is full of well developed characters and has an intriguing plot. The setting of Roman Britain is so masterfully crafted that it is obvious the...
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What Feeds Us
Bookslut reviews
Diane Lockward plunges headfirst into her obsession with both words and food in her luscious book, What Feeds Us. The title poem begins: “I brought the things I...
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A Real Basket Case
Kirkus Reviews reviews
"Drugs and jealousy add up to a Rocky Mountain murder. Claire Hanover, a Colorado Springs empty-nester whose husband Roger's self-image is tied to climbing the...
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Liars Anonymous
Booklist reviews
STARRED REVIEW “A powerful, masterfully constructed, action-packed novel with fiercely moral underpinnings and strong protagonist, this cements Ure’s position...
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