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IndieReader reviews
In addition to a compelling protagonist, the intriguing, well-developed plot filled with international politics, conspiracy theories and modern science, together...
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BOYS OF SUMMER, Edited by Steve Berman
Out in Print Queer Book Reviews reviews
My introduction to gay YA fiction was Steve Berman’s masterful novel Vintage, a deft combination of love story and ghost story. So I had high expectations of The...
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BOYS OF SUMMER, Edited by Steve Berman
Impressions of a Reader reviews
Last year I read and loved Steve Berman's young adult anthology Speaking Out: LGBTQ Youth Stand Up. This year I knew that as soon as the Boys...
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THE TOUCH OF THE SEA
Impressions of a Reader reviews
There's loving of one sort or another in all the stories, but some are about that second chance at love or lost love. 'Nathan Burgoine's Time and Tide mixes up old...
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THE TOUCH OF THE SEA
Out in Print Queer Book Reviews reviews
The eleven stories that comprise The Touch of the Sea take full advantage of not only locations but the ocean’s mysterious elements as well. Sea creatures abound,...
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Out in Print reviews
"Whether you read for high concept or sheer entertainment, Silver Moon will not disappoint. Here's hoping the women of Silver Moon will return."
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Psychotherapy: Lives Intersecting by Louis Breger
Psychology Today reviews
You can’t really know what it is like to be in psychoanalysis--unless you actually are in psychoanalysis—until now. Through his fascinating new book,...
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Psychotherapy: Lives Intersecting by Louis Breger
Original review reviews
"Psychotherapy Lives Intersecting" by Louis Breger is a thoughtful, well- documented, readable and informative book. The Author's informal jargon-free style and...
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Psychotherapy: Lives Intersecting by Louis Breger
Contemporary Psychoanalysis reviews
Lou’s book – most of his patients addressed him as Lou – is uniquely filled with his patients’ reactions to their treatment. A distinguished psychoanalyst, he aims...
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BOOKLIST ONLINE reviews
The title of this collection hints at its contents—delectable stories with touches of the surreal as well as many plot twists and surprises. From short-short story...
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Funny in Farsi: A Memoir of Growing Up Iranian in America
LA Weekly reviews
“…Funny in Farsi, is an enjoyably and believably simplistic reminder of how good — despite bigger and wealthier men’s attempts to muck it up — we have it here….”
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BookTrib reviews
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Lost Kingdom, forthcoming from Atlantic Monthly Press in January, 2012
Sunday New York Times Book Review reviews
"...a solidly researched account of an important chapter in our national history, one that most Americans don’t know but should. It will probably provoke...
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Irish American News reviews
Review   “The Great Famine was one of the most important events in Irish history.              ...
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Guardian UK reviews
The timing of the award is almost as striking as the writing which it honours. A former American machine gunner's memoir of a year's tour of duty in Iraq based on...
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Palm Beach Post reviews
Mrs. Ziegfeld (McFarland) is Grant Hayter-Menzies’ biography of one of the most distinctive actresses of her — or any — generation.... Hayter-Menzies’ book is...
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New York Times reviews
In her book, ''The First Fossil Hunters: Paleontology in Greek and Roman Times,'' published in May by Princeton University Press, Adrienne Mayor draws on a close...
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Santa Cruz Weekly reviews
Outsider Dog  Robert Sward throws his voice, and fetches it By Stephen Kessler   When Robert Sward arrived in Santa Cruz in 1985, he instantly became the...
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Pretty Scary.com reviews
Sometimes erotica can miss out on one of the most important parts of what is sexy: desire. These stories are not about cold or nameless desire, poetry, or making...
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BookTrib Review Crew reviews
Five Stars! Three cheers for Christopher Meeks and his wildly entertaining picaresque novel about the gentle, bumbling hero physicist Gunnar Gunderson’s quest for...
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