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Published Reviews

Courting Injustice
The Hindustan Times reviews
'There were two reasons why after four years study and seven years of practice I gave up the law. One was that I would not make a living out of it; the second, I...
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Simran
The Pioneer reviews
It’s a common name in many Sikh families. Simran Kaur. Simran means, to remember. This book remembers her; idealistic, tempestuous, scholarly Simran hiding the...
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The Goddess
Goddess Alive! reviews
This is really a most extraordinary book. Rajesh Talwar, a lawyer who works for the United Nations, was on a visit to the holy shrine of the Mother Goddess Vaishno...
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Susan Whelan, http://www.Suite101.com reviews
With male characters central to the action of the novel, the significant female characters add depth and complexity to this story of family loyalty and...
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http://www.Suite101.com reviews
Set in the final years of Imperial China, Chiew-Siah Tei explores the lives of two brothers as they carry their family legacy into a new era in Chinese history.
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TimeOut Hong Kong reviews
Chiew-Siah Tei is a master storyteller, and a rare talent. The Malaysian writer has that magical ability of being able to weave a spell over her readers, with...
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Image (C) Wizards of the Coast, Inc.
theplasticgear.com reviews
I just finished reading Blackstaff of the Forgotten Realms The Wizards series by Steven Schend and enjoyed it very much.
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Image (C) Wizards of the Coast, Inc.
http://www.stupidranger.com reviews
Overall, I thoroughly enjoyed this book and will definitely read it again. I highly recommend this to anyone who enjoys stories of the Realms.
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Caribousmom reviews
Christopher Meeks’ first collection of short stories is chock full of humanity. The stories are quirky, accessible and insightful and tackle a variety of themes....
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Beer, Blood & Cornmeal
wwespain.blogspot.com reviews
Un libro muy interesante a pesar de no haber tenido contacto alguno con la compañía antes... Calhoun, o Dante, nos cuenta las historias de luchadores tan extreños...
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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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RETRO CHIC: A Guide To Fabulous Vintage and Designer Resale Shopping in North America & Online
Daily Variety reviews
“Mixing vintage with contemporary clothes is the ultimate way to make a unique style statement. But unless you know where to shop, you can spend frustrating hours...
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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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Kirkus Reviews reviews
A deft and poignant exploration of reproductive choices. In spite of informative sex-education classes at her private school in New Jersey, 16-year-old Sydney...
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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 Empowered Patient: Hundreds of life-saving facts, action steps and strategies you need to know
About.com patient empowerment column and forum reviews
Guide Rating - ***** The bureaucracy of American healthcare has gotten so far out of hand that patients are being injured or made sicker. In order to make it...
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Rebel: The Life and Times of John Singleton Mosby
The Knoxville News-Sentinel reviews
The story of John Singleton Mosby as told by Kevin H. Siepel should be read by anyone interested in the Civil War. For the serious student of the conflict, however...
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