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Harley's Ninth
Janet Zarem reviews
The one word that springs to mind when I think of Cat Bauer's books--both "Harley, Like a Person" and this sequel, "Harley's Ninth"--is "authentic." The characters...
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Harley's Ninth
KLIATT reviews
On October 9th, Harley's art exhibit goes up in a gallery in New York. It should be the most exciting time of her life, but Harley thinks she might be pregnant,...
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Harley's Ninth
The Horn Book Magazine reviews
This sequel to Harley, Like a Person (rev.5/00) follows sixteen-year-old Harley during one momentous day. Having discovered her birth father, Sean, in the first...
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Harley's Ninth
VOYA reviews
Harley Columba first appeared in Harley, Like a Person (Winslow, 2000/VOYA October 2000) where readers were introduced to her very difficult family life-her...
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INGLISTAN
The Book Review India reviews
Rabi does it all during the six months of the programme touring London and other towns of England, riding trains, hopping pubs, chatting up with his course-mates...
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Various reviews
"This is a grand story, and Mr. Hager tells it well. . . . One can easily imagine 'The Demon Under the Microscope,' like 'Microbe Hunters' before it, inspiring in...
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The Alcehmy of Air
Various reviews
"a superb narrative of these brilliant men and their scientific discovery. . . . Science writing of the first order." – Kirkus Reviews (starred) Hager's "fine book...
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The Soulstealer War
http://booksamyreads.blogspot.com/ reviews
I just finished reading W. L. Hoffman’s work The First Mother’s Fire, which is book one of what will be The Soulstealer War series. Hoffman, a law professional by...
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Simran
The Book Review India reviews
It is difficult to beleive that the author could, in the same year, churn out something so eminently readable as SIMRAN. The novel starts with a bang with the...
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The Love We All Wait For
Star Tribune, Minneapolis-St. Paul reviews
There was no Dorothy tapping her ruby-slippered feet and yearning for home at the end of this book, but when I closed it, that was the image that popped into my...
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Months and Seasons & Other Stories
The Short Review reviews
Interview with Christopher Meeks The Short Review: How long did it take you to write all the stories in your collection? Christopher Meeks: After college, I wrote...
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Months and Seasons & Other Stories
The Raabe Review reviews
In the hands of up-and-coming author Christopher Meeks, the ordinary becomes extraordinary. His short story collection, Months and Seasons, focuses on the...
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Hammers Paperback, a novel by Ron Dakron
Publishers Weekly reviews
"Dakron keeps the story moving along at a sprightly (not to say manic) clip . . . readers of his third novel (after infra and Newt) will discover a writer with a...
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Papa and Fidel
Pop Matters reviews
Papa and Fidel is an Intriguing Alternate History Complete with Booze, Rebels and Literature By David Maine 13 May 2010 History tells us that Fidel Castro and...
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You Don't Know Me: A Citizen's Guide to Republican Family Values
BlogCritics Magazine reviews
"McCormack’s book highlights the cracks in the paved chainmail, illuminating the repulsive truth of an exchange of political fluids for powerful gain with a series...
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Everlasting
OOSA Book Club reviews
EVERLASTING tells the story of the plight of these young lovers and allows readers to gaze through a window into another culture; a gang culture dominated by...
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Miami Herald reviews
When you blog about relationships for Psychology Today, you aren't surprised when people you barely know start asking for advice. The questions come even faster...
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The Darkness of Bones
Irish Times reviews
  “The Darkness of Bones recreates the details of a child sex abuse scandal [Kincora] with shivery vividness.”  
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The Guardian reviews
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Of Little Faith (Steel Cut Press cover)
ForeWord Reviews reviews
A raw yet sensitive portrayal of hypocrisy set against the backdrop of the tumultuous 1960s presents the struggles of a liberal woman in the context of her...
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