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Dasha's Journal
Pulse reviews
I think the concept of using a cat’s attitude to life as an analogy of the differences between ‘normal’ people and people with autism has great potential. As a...
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Tampa Tribune reviews
"In his first novel, Doug Dorst provides an excellent example of how a new group of writers with literary aspirations are adept at mixing high and low culture...
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San Francisco Chronicle reviews
"Cackling ghosts and mysteriously dead cops are not generally the stuff of literary fiction. Yet Dorst here pushes and blurs the boundaries of such formulaic...
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The Stranger reviews
When people consume fictions, they experience an urge, so strong that it feels almost reptilian in origin, to categorize the story into a genre, even something as...
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New York Times Book Review reviews
"A daring and big-hearted first novel."
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Praying at Coffee Shops
NEWPAGES.COM (Roy Wang - reviewer) reviews
One indication that a book is worth reading is the number of notes made in the margins, and I ended up with quite a few scribblings all over the clean, short poems...
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THE NEWLY DIVORCED BOOK OF PROTOCOL
Daytona Beach News-Journal reviews
"This book offers wise and witty advice to help you successfully cope with the realities of divorce and come out the other end happier than you ever thought...
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RETRO CHIC: A Guide To Fabulous Vintage and Designer Resale Shopping in North America & Online
Travel and Leisure Magazine reviews
“Pop Retro Chic (Really Great Books, $19) in your handbag the next time you go scavenging for vintage clothes.This smart guide to shops all over North America...
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RETRO CHIC: A Guide To Fabulous Vintage and Designer Resale Shopping in North America & Online
"Hits Daily Double" Online/"Weekend Popcult Top 10" reviews
“That’s what you call a really self-explanatory title. Suffice to say that this lovingly researched, intuitively organized handbook—the product of a collaboration...
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RETRO CHIC: A Guide To Fabulous Vintage and Designer Resale Shopping in North America & Online
Daily Variety reviews
“Mixing vintage with contemporary clothes is the ultimate way to make a unique style statement. But unless you know where to shop, you can spend frustrating hours...
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SEEING RED
www.bookloons.com reviews
Great pacing, plenty of red herrings and the poignant love story that developes between the leads makes SEEING RED Crandall's best work this far.
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Secrets She Left Behind
Reader to Reader reviews
Diane Chamberlain is superb at creating characters we become involved with, spinning out the story of the havoc caused by a teenager’s mistake and weaving in the...
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Armchair Interviews reviews
An award-winning author of medieval historical romantic suspense treats us to a magical romance of a werewolf and a human, and how love can conquer all. Tess...
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Horror and Fantasy Review Site reviews
While I am (admittedly) a paranormal romance buff, I also tend to prefer Vamp society to that of the Were’s. That being said, I loved this book. I will be hitting...
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http://vulpeslibris.wordpress.com reviews
"...The story is a simply told, but utterly compelling look at the Nazi occupation of the Channel Islands. Three main female characters drive the narrative....
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An Apple Pie for Dinner
Matthew Loccrichio, award-winning author of the International Cookbooks For Kids and Super Chef seri reviews
Set off with Granny Smith and discover how kindness can have the best reward of all -- a perfect apple pie shared with friends. Delicious!
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Rainbow Reviews reviews
This short story is lyrical, fluid, and quietly unsettling; the style perfectly suited to its subject ~ an artist's obsession ...
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BookPage reviews
In his follow-up to the best-selling The Last Lecture, co-written with Randy Pausch, Wall Street Journal columnist Jeffrey Zaslow explores the friendship of 11...
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BOOK SITE reviews
The images are unforgettable, and too numerous to count. Back-to-back national titles in 2003 and 2004. Back-to-back Heisman Trophy winners Matt Leinert and Reggie...
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The Calligrapher’s Daughter
BookPage reviews
“A bold, richly detailed story about the young daughter of a well-known calligrapher in turn-of-the 20th-century Korea. . . . [A] vivid, heartfelt portrait of...
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