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We, Monsters
decomP magazine reviews
"...ultimately, this is not a book about either murder or analysis, not about the rote realities of dominatrix work, but about what Freud offers in the manner of...
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Nightstand Book Review reviews
Top Seattle attorney, David Sloane, may be at home in the courtroom and able to outsmart his opponents, but he is out of his element when dealing with his...
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http://www.amazon.ca/product-reviews/B00GXTP19W/ reviews
The year is 2072 AD and teen Hiroshi Jefferson’s world has descended into the abyss of dystopian depravity. The former United States of America has fractured into...
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Foolish Hearts: Gay Romance
Indie Reviews reviews
Prepare for plenty of smiles and laughter while reading the stories devoted to young love, beginning with ‘Nathane Burgoine’s heart-warming and funny “Struck,”...
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The Library of Pacific Tranquility reviews
Serafim and Claire by Mark Lavorato is a book about passion and drives. It explores that element of the human condition in a well written fashion. No doubt...
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Newstalk 1010, in-depth radio reviews
When it comes to the locale – who wouldn’t love reading about Montreal in the 1920s? Lavorato touches on the political history of the city, as well as Quebec as a...
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The Coast reviews
Lavorato works hard at not letting the book get sucked into the realm of gaudy and sentimental historical fiction...This is not a breezy story. There is poverty,...
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Mary's Cup of Tea reviews
I loved this book! It is such a work in progress, like most people are. Ian starts out being a guy who scares easily, gets excited easily and really has no sense...
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Last Train to Paris
The New York Times Sunday Book Section reviews
  YOU MUST REMEMBER THIS  Last Train to Paris by Michele Zackheim Michele Zackheim’s books, like treasure hunts, send their narrators scuttling after...
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Vic's Media Room reviews
Christopher Meeks in his new book, Blood Drama, published by White Whisker Books brings us into the life of Ian Nash. Innocent routine activities.  ...
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Jesus Freaks
San Francisco Chronicle reviews
Jesus Freaks is an impressive feat of investigative history, bringing to light the warped worldview and abusive sexual and disciplinary practices of a deluded...
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The News, Pakistan reviews
Being a Muslim in India is a tough job. Threatened and terrorised by a growing number of Hindu militant extremists, and constantly looked at with suspicion and...
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Buddha Baby
South China Morning Post reviews
FOR YEARS KIM Wong Keltner cruised bookshops, looking for contemporary fiction featuring heroines with whose experiences she could identify. She saw countless...
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The Enoch Factor: The Sacred Art of Knowing God
Highland Church, Louisville, KY reviews
McSwain’s anchor to a big and beautiful God gives him courage to explore the depth and breadth of religious topics that few dare to broach. More than a collection...
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Pares Cum Paribus, No. 4, 1997 reviews
UNIVERSIDAD DE CHILE FACULTAD DE CIENCIAS SOCIALES PARES CUM PARIBUS No. 4 OTOÑO 1997 Lawrence Lieberman Robert Sward: Una mística de los objetos Para revelar el...
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mySanAntionio.com reviews
As in her previous three novels, Brenda Webster brings to the fore the complicated and compelling entanglements of the study of Freudian psychology in "Vienna...
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Grammar Snobs Are Great Big Meanies: A Guide to Language for Fun and Spite
Adventures In Reading reviews
While reading 'Grammar Snobs,' I kept wondering if it was healthy to be laughing so much at a book on grammar. I read the book in one sitting (excluding a short...
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Newsarama.com reviews
This issue is a very dense and intense retelling of Helena Bertinelli’s early childhood and it does not waste any time getting into the thick of things. Her family...
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Publishers Weekly reviews
Jones’s excellent new historical (after the prequel, White Heart) reimagines the world of 13th-century Europe and the dramatic true story of four sisters who...
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T. Jefferson Parker and Clive Cussler reviews
“Alexander’s novel is everything you’d expect in a sequel to Time After Time. The sweep of history through time travel is dazzling, the characters are...
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