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The Accidental Senator
Amazon.com reviews
I guess I qualify as an "accidental reader". My wife bought this book and I took it with me on a recent trip: it was the best thing I did. What a masterfully...
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The Accidental Senator
Amazon.com reviews
The characters are interesting and the sentences flow smoothly, but what I found myself staying up late into the night to read more of were the details. Details...
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Che Guevara's Marijuana & Baseball Savings & Loan
The Internet Review of Books reviews
Let's call it CGMBSL to save time and energy, but what really should be said first is, If CGMBSL ain't a roman a clef, it ought to be. The author is a native...
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Talking Heads Fear of Music (33 1/3)
The Guardian reviews
"At the peak, in 1980 or 1981, my identification was so complete that I might have wished to wear the album Fear of Music in place of my head so as to be more...
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Dissident Gardens
Publishers Weekly reviews
While collective memory might offer some hazy grasp of McCarthyism and the Hollywood blacklists, all but forgotten is the real American Communist Party and its...
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Old Man River
Booklist reviews
"Nonfiction lovers with eclectic tastes and readers bored by a single-discipline approach will love Schneider’s multiple-angle portrait of the Mississippi...
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Clover Doves
Amazon.com reviews
If you like romance and the paranormal, you can't go wrong with Clover Doves, a brilliant debut novel that has forever changed my concept of "forever" and "...
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Clover Doves
Amazon.com reviews
As I read the first part of Clover Doves, I knew I was reading a very well written story which, I believed, was directed toward the young adult population. Whether...
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Amazon.com reviews
If you want an easy read, an intriguing read, an emotional and move at a great pace read you have found it. Mike Tabor does a great job with character...
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Amazon.com reviews
Only few short days and I am already done! Usually, it takes me a couple years to finish a book because I am constantly busy, but not this book. This book had me...
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Wayworn Wooden Floors
The Montreal Review of Books reviews
  Mark Lavorato is a seasoned traveller, and his first poetry collection, Wayworn Wooden Floors, feels a bit like a suitcase stuffed with souvenirs...
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Bookin' With Sunny reviews
  Ever wish you could be a part of a world-famous rock band and perform at venues in cities like Paris, New York, Berlin, London? Well, okay, but without the...
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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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CineWeekly reviews
I should start off by noting that I'm not a huge fan of memoirs, biographies, etc. especially if they're not by Teddy Roosevelt, Andy Griffith, or some other...
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Classic First Edition of I Made My Boy Out of Poetry featuring art by Gustave Blache III.
Goodreads reviews
This little volume, Aberjhani's first, is brash, bold and daring. The structure is, for me, unusual as it offers a mixture of genres. There are several clusters of...
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Batman on Film reviews
Look, I’m not going to BS y’all at all and try to come off super humble and all that, OK? Running BOF the last 13+ years has allowed me to do some pretty cool...
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Women Writers: A Zine reviews
To travel is always an education, sometimes a luxury, often a necessity. It can be a blessing to spend time just under the skin of another’s geography. To read a...
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Book Cover reviews
The Road to Someplace Better is a well-told story of an African-American woman's personal and professional struggle to achieve goals in life that at the time...
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A Book and a Dish reviews
Be the Star You Are! For Teens – Review by Martha A. Cheves, Author of Stir, Laugh, Repeat ‘The three tools for being a star and living your dream: 1. Smile – When...
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24/7
bookreview.com reviews
"This novel is sizzling hot. This is no light romance; it is a gritty, exciting work of fiction. It is near perfection with its no holds barred sex scenes,...
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