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The Book Lady's Blog reviews
Having read and loved Christopher Meeks’s short stories, I had high hopes for this debut novel, and let me tell you, it did not disappoint. Presented as a...
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Fierce
The Edmonton Journal reviews
"...as strong a first collection as we have any right to hope (for)"
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Publishers Weekly reviews
Dirt: The Quirks, Habits, and Passions of Keeping House Edited by Mindy Lewis. Seal, $15.95 paper (280p) ISBN 9781580052610 Inspired in part by “the prime cleaner...
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Darque Reviews reviews
Destiny of the Wolf follows Lelandi’s search for answers in the death of her sister Larissa. With a heavy dose of suspense, Ms. Spear weaves a romantic paranormal...
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Pop Culture Junkie reviews
The Brightest Moon of the Century is one of my favorite kinds of stories. It explores a large portion of one person's life. You get to see how a person grows and...
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The Historical Novels Review reviews
In January 2006 Alix is tracked down by her birth son, Michael. He asks the question she has long dreaded: ‘who is my father?’ The answer is simple and yet so...
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The Historical Novels Review reviews
In January 2006 Alix is tracked down by her birth son, Michael. He asks the question she has long dreaded: ‘who is my father?’ The answer is simple and yet so...
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I Wish That I Were Langston Hughes
Alabama Writers' Forum reviews
In his new collection of poetry I Wish That I Were Langston Hughes, Robert Gray, over the course of thirty-two poems, attempts to do what so many of us cannot: pay...
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Caribousmom reviews
Christopher Meeks has transitioned from short stories to his first novel -- and the result is a book which draws the reader in with humor, empathy, and a gentle...
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School Library Journal reviews
This memoir is a classic coming-of-age story in which the author casts himself as an antihero in the tradition of Holden Caulfield. Schrand's stories of life at...
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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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Booklist reviews
From Booklist in the Feb 15 issue College professor Tom Nelson has it bad in the wake of a devastating tragedy: the death of his son at thehands of his own wife,...
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The Empowered Patient: Hundreds of life-saving facts, action steps and strategies you need to know
Health Beat by Maggie Mahar reviews
Julia Hallisy Recently sent me her book, The Empowered Patient. It is at once one of the most pragmatic and one of the most moving healthcare books that I have...
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What Feeds Us
Rattle reviews
In this, her second collection of poems, Lockward considers the things that feed her in both the physical and metaphoric sense. Readers will find a sensuous feast...
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RETRO CHIC: A Guide To Fabulous Vintage and Designer Resale Shopping in North America & Online
"Hits Daily Double" Online/"Weekend Popcult Top 10" reviews
“That’s what you call a really self-explanatory title. Suffice to say that this lovingly researched, intuitively organized handbook—the product of a collaboration...
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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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Night's Kiss: Lesbian Erotica
Rainbow Reviews reviews
"Night's Kiss" gets 4.5 stars and reviewer Frost's Fancy says "Accomplished author and editor Catherine Lundoff delivers sixteen stories of lesbian erotic...
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