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Published Reviews

Annie: The Mysterious Morgan Horse
Armchair Reviews reviews
"This is a great story for young readers ages nine and up. Ellen Feld’s knowledge of horses–their care, breeding and showing–is very evident and lends...
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Annie: The Mysterious Morgan Horse
Horsemen's Yankee Pedlar reviews
"Ellen Feld has given kids another top-notch book in her award-winning Morgan Horse series...This book combines an exciting story with a lot of useful,...
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The New York Times reviews
"Anyone who has ever been exasperated by an out-of-towner who lacked the chops for New York life will empathize with Anastasia Ashman's story about a sofa-...
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Journal of Middle East Womens' Studies reviews
"A supremely feminine book. It can be dipped into at any point, but there is a rhythm and progression to the presentation of these episodes, so that reading...
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Perceptive Travel Online Magazine reviews
Tales from the Expat Harem is a lovingly produced book that probably gives a more rounded, fully fleshed-out view of Turkey than any book has managed before. It...
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Globe and Mail, Canada reviews
In this collection of essays, 29 foreign women share their tales of conflict and discovery in Turkey. Spanning four decades and most of the country's regions,...
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Daily Telegraph, UK reviews
'Tales from the Expat Harem: Foreign Women in Modern Turkey' Ed. Anastasia M Ashman and Jennifer Eaton GökmenSeal Women's Travel293 pages, paperback, £8.99 This is...
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The Ancient Rain
Kirkus Reviews reviews
*"This brilliantly imagined version of real events packs an emotional wallop genre fiction rarely delivers."   Kirkus Reviews *Starred Review*
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National Geographic Traveler Online reviews
Tales from the Expat Harem, edited by Anastasia Ashman and Jennifer Eaton Gokmen (Seal Press, 2006)Follow the journeys of 29 women as they discover Turkey and its...
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International Herald Tribune reviews
"Tales from the Expat Harem: Foreign Women in Modern Turkey" This compilation of real-life stories, edited by Istanbul residents Anastasia Ashman and...
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Deathryde
The Washington Times reviews
If you have a taste for slambang satire that plays games with the names of dead celebrities from James Dean to Barbara Stanwyck and a hearse driver with the...
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Fierce
Grande Prairie Ink! reviews
"The stories in “Fierce” contain beautiful writing, offbeat characters, and strange scenarios. Yet there is humanity and honesty in this collection that really...
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Mantids, a new novel by Ron Dakron
The Fright Site reviews
[T]he book is lively and funny, with a spot-on portrayal of the Pacific Northwest punk subculture amid all the insanity--and really: perverted sex, punk rock,...
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Mantids, a new novel by Ron Dakron
Midwest Book Review, Vol. 4, No. 2 reviews
Insects were never thought of by anyone as 'sexy'. "Mantids" takes a look into the love life of the mantis, and a certain male of the species who can't seem to get...
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Oxygen
People Magazine reviews
"A startling plot twist, combined with Cassella’s first-hand understanding of our ailing healthcare system, makes this involving debut just what the doctor ordered...
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Heart of the Wolf
Publishers Weekly reviews
A werewolf woman defies the alpha male of her pack in this supernatural romance, with chemistry that crackles off the page and a richly depicted pack dynamic.
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The Vampire...In My Dreams
Huntress Reviews reviews
Ironically, it is when Marissa is hunting vampires that she meets her soul mate, who happens to be almost a vampire. Dominic has one shot at escaping a dark...
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McSweeney's reviews
A dark and deeply involving novel with a haunting moment on just about every page. Suspenseful, gritty, great.
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So Many Precious Books, So Little Time reviews
In this bright and intelligent book, we follow Edward Meopian from the age of 14 to 45 years old (1968-1999). His mother died when he was young and his father does...
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Style Weekly reviews
Kohler's story couldn't be timelier for the young men and women navigating the war zones of today.
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