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Publishers Weekly reviews
"The right wing is eroding women's reproductive rights, and America's pro-choice majority must sound the battle cry, writes Feldt, president of Planned Parenthood...
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Amazon.com reviews
Women's reproductive rights are under the greatest threat we've faced in the past thirty years," writes Gloria Feldt, president of Planned Parenthood Federation of...
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Book Reviews reviews
In her thought-provoking book, The War on Choice, Gloria Feldt raises an alarm. Her intention is not to present a nuanced discussion regarding the abortion debate...
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Tourist Development Council's mothly newsletter reviews
KEY WEST BY THE BOOK By Carol Shaughnessy Florida Keys News Bureau From a literary standpoint, Key West is best known as the one-time home of Tennessee Williams...
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Los Angeles Times reviews
“In every chapter, [Huber] weaves stories of her activist life with richly imagined scenes of her grandfather, reconstructing his life from anecdotes and...
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The Marin Independant Journal reviews
When Max Sindell was a kid, adults inundated him with books about how to cope with divorce. He remembers one: "The Dinosaurs Divorce," about Mommy and Daddy...
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The Book Connection reviews
THE RIVER, BY MOONLIGHT is a powerful, gripping story. Exquisitely written, filled with diverse, well developed characters, and brimming with rich descriptions,...
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nycBigCityLit_Reviews reviews
Margo Berdeshevsky achieves an unusual trinity in her first book of poems, But a Passage in Wilderness. The collection is wonderfully experimental, exceptionally...
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Dirty Words: A Literary Encyclopedia of Sex
Penthouse reviews
Ellen Sussman has compiled the outrageous book we all wish we could've snuck into our school bookbags. — Penthouse
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Dirty Words: A Literary Encyclopedia of Sex
Elle Magazine reviews
School's out, but you can still expand your mind and possibly your repertoire by picking up Ellen Sussman's DIRTY WORDS: A Literary Encyclopedia of Sex (Bloomsbury...
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Being Alison reviews
Right from the start of the book you will be on the edge of your seat. It’s filled with surprises, energy and great dynamic. Henry describes location and fight...
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The Spring Mount 6 Pack reviews
It is one of the first times that I got so emerged in the story that I found myself looking over my shoulder, as if I was actually involved in the story.
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Libarything reviews
its 3 short stories. the first one Is a mayor of shores wants to stop these builders from ruining his town. He okay with him wanting to build roads and casino but...
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Gertrude's Broken Wand (Marmalade Book 1)
Facebook reviews
Gertrude's Broken Wand is a wonderful book! Kids and adult's alike will enjoy the adventures of twin siblings Rebecca and Dillon. The parallel world of "Here" is...
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Songs for the New Depression
Frontiers Magazine/Los Angeles reviews
A wonderful writer by the name of Kergan Edwards-Stout has delivered a simply stunning work of fiction, Songs for the New Depression... This tale of love and life...
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Journal of Southeast Asian American Education & Advancement reviews
Journal of Southeast Asian American Education & Advancement - review of Birds of Paradise LostAugust 24, 2013 at 1:06pm PublicFriendsFriends except...
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Halfway to the Stars
Amazon.com reviews
the title of Daniel Curzon's new book might lead one to think it would be an innocuous collection of heartwarming tales that a tourist might choose for a vacation...
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Kirkus Reviews reviews
The haunting tale of one exceptionally disturbed family unfolds in this gripping page-turner. Locked away from the world behind heavy drapes in a house with no...
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Syndicated review reviews
Since way last summer, you’ve been planning your dream vacation. It was always going to be a road trip, somewhat reminiscent of the ones your parents took you on...
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Into Thick Air
Inside/Outside Magazine reviews
The wind was at my back as I breezed through Into Thick Air, Jim Malusa's funny and endearing bicycle travelogue, even as the writer himself was slogging through...
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