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Book Back Cover reviews
I frequently counsel young women to seize opportunities that don't exist. Discover paths no one can see. How exciting then to read this story of a woman who fought...
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Book cover reviews
This coming-of-age story illustrates the fundamental principles of a classic education. Lillian discovered her purpose and moved forward, with distinction, into an...
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Back Cover of Book reviews
Not only did Lillian become the first black woman to receive a Harvard MBA, but she also played an instrumental role while she was a student to help the business...
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A Double Life
Publishers Weekly reviews
“Harper’s elegant, thoughtful writing makes this a must-read for expectant parents: there is both affirmation and information, such as a scientific explanation of...
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Lit Windowpane
Savvy Verse & Wit reviews
Suzanne Frischkorn’s Lit Windowpane is a slim collection of poems, published by small press Main Street Rag, that examines what humanity has done to the...
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Library Journal reviews
Famous British rocker/blues guitarist JP Kinkaid has one of those golden life moments when young music journalist Ches Kobel introduces him to Bulldog Moody. Ches...
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Publishers Weekly reviews
This is an old-fashioned rags-to-riches story that traces Lambert's upbringing as the daughter of God-fearing Virginia subsistence farmers to becoming the first...
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China Daily reviews
Few women have had as long and uninterrupted sway over Chinese politics and society as Empress Dowager Cixi (1835-1908). Her story is more fraught and high-octane...
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Tattoo
Booklist, 5/15/11 reviews
Aug 2011. 400 p. Del Rey, paperback, $15.00. (9780345508829) In her second novel, Kasai returns to her sharply original world of human-animal somatics, mad...
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Book Chase reviews
"Love at Absolute Zero" is about a brilliant man naïve to the ways of the world. He might be an inspired scientific researcher but, when it comes to women, Gunnar...
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publishers weekly reviews
Ambitiously structuring her stylish novel as alternating narratives and interspersing these with black-and-white photos, Lane (The Secret Life of It Girls) focuses...
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San Francisco Chronicle reviews
Caroline Leavitt's "Is This Tomorrow" succeeds on many levels - most obviously, perhaps, as a mystery novel, but also as an arresting portrait of bygone ...
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STARRED REVIEW “In a change of pace from her Con. Molly Smith mysteries (Among the Departed), Delany has written a splendid Gothic thriller with a...
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Descendants
The New Yorker reviews
 Hemmings channels the voice of her befuddled middle-aged hero with virtuosity...
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Come, Thief
ORION MAGAZINE reviews
Come, Thief Poems by Jane Hirshfield reviewed by Afaa M. Weaver Alfred A. Knopf, 2011. $25, 108 pages. Review published in the November/December 2011 issue...
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The Post-War Dream [2008]
Los Angeles Times reviews
Hollis' scouring memories of war are dramatic and evocative, to be sure, but it's the little things, like Hollis' unearthing green plastic toy soldiers in his...
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Bad-Ass Faeries
Tangent Online reviews
"At The Crossroads" by Danielle Ackley-McPhail is one of the true gems in Bad-Ass Faeries. Lance is a half fae, half human motorcycle gang leader. His...
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February Flowers
The Tablet (UK) reviews
by Fan Wu
This first novel (February Flowers) commands our attention if we want to understand contemporary China...Yan is perhaps...the bipolar characteristics of...
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Wall Street Journal reviews
The DNA Dilemma Grappling With Bad News From Genetic Testing By LAURA LANDRO April 5, 2008; Page W8 Pretty Is What Changes By Jessica Queller Spiegel & Grau,...
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Sci-Fi Online reviews
...my favourite story was Or The Tiger by Geoffrey Thorne, with lots of scenes involving Torres innate distrust and dislike of the surviving Equinox crew and a new...
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